Accor has opened the first Pullman hotel in
North China’s Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.
The Pullman Baotou is situated within a mixed-use
complex that includes a shopping mall and commercial tower in the
city’s new central business district.
It is adjacent to Baotou
Municipal Government, International Convention and Exhibition
Center, and Olympic Sports Centre Stadium.
The hotel’s location offers a bird’s eye view of Saihantala
Ecological Park, Asia’s largest urban wetland grassland.
The hotel is also a
20-minute drive to the airport and the city’s train station, as
well as Baotou’s historic downtown.
Gary Rosen, Chairman and Chief Operating
Officer, Accor Greater China, said, “We are delighted to open our
35th Pullman property. Pullman Baotou is the latest in the fast
growing brand’s network within Greater China, and weaves the
brand’s strengths with the historic city’s characteristics.
Pullman hotels are inspiring – they are places where business
meets pleasure – and augment how Baotou is developing today. The
introduction of Pullman to Baotou, as the city’s latest
international branded hotel to launch in Baotou in more than a
decade, sets a new benchmark for premium hotel experiences in the
city and further enhances the development of Baotou’s new CBD.”
Pullman Baotou features interior design by HBA.
Each of its 263 guestrooms and suites enjoy either grassland or garden
views. A neutral background is accented by
unexpected color pops of chartreuse and cabernet in textiles.
Inner Mongolian pottery is reiterated through bedside sconces,
while traditional patterns form the inspiration for bathroom wall
tiles and guestroom carpets.
The hotel also features a variety of F&B
options, over 2,000 sqm of function space, a gym, indoor swimming
pool and spa.
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