Fri, 8 January 2016

First Wyndham Garden Hotel in China Opens in Suzhou

Wyndham Hotel Group has expanded its footprint of more than 1,000 hotels in China thanks to the opening of the countryís first Wyndham Garden hotel in Suzhou.

Located in the heart of Suzhou, known for its scenic canals and bridges, the 289-room Wyndham Garden Suzhou is adjacent to Guanqian Street and four garden areas popular with tourists. It is just 30 minutes from Shanghai by high-speed rail and a short drive from a number of cultural heritage sites including Tiger Hill, The Humble Administratorís Garden, Lion Grove and Hanshan Temple.

The hotelís services and amenities include Chinese-and Western-style restaurants and bars, multi-function halls, conference rooms and extensive leisure facilities such as an outdoor swimming pool, a gym, a snooker area, four chess rooms, and a library.

ďThe number of visitors and tourism revenues in Suzhou are steadily climbing year over year, creating a ripe market for hotel development in one of Chinaís major economic centers,Ē said Leo Liu, Wyndham Hotel Groupís president and managing director for Greater China. ďWith the launch of Wyndham Garden, weíre able to address the needs of visitors looking for upscale accommodations, whether traveling for business or pleasure. Wyndham Hotel Groupís greatest strength lies in the variety of brands we can offer travelers around the world, and weíll continue to focus on expanding in high-demand destinations throughout China.Ē

The introduction of Wyndham Garden to the country comes on the heels of the brandís expansion elsewhere in the Asia Pacific region, having opened its first hotel in Guam in December.

Check rates and availability at Wyndham Garden Suzhou.

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