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Hilton to manage New Hotel in Hefei, China

Travel News Asia Monday, 8 May 2006

Hilton Hotels Corporation and Anhui Yuanyi Hotel Company have signed an agreement for Hilton to manage Hilton Hefei in the capital of Anhui Province in China.

Artists impression of the Lobby at the new Hilton Hefei in China

Scheduled to open in late 2006, Hilton Hefei will be located along the bustling Fengyang Road, near the Hefei New Railway Station and Luogang Airport. Hilton Hefei is ideally situated in the commercial centre of the city, in close proximity to government buildings, offices and educational institutions as well as upmarket shopping malls, prominent cultural monuments, museums, temples and scenic parks.

The 26-storey Hilton Hefei, designed by world-renowned Palmer & Turner Architects and Dallas-based interior architectural design firm Wilson & Associates, will provide 566 guestrooms, 8 contemporary food and beverage outlets, and recreational amenities such as a swimming pool, health club and spa. Conference and Banqueting facilities will include a 1,700 square metre ballroom, 6 meeting rooms and 3 function rooms.

Commenting on the significance of the partnership, Koos Klein, President for Middle East & Asia Pacific for Hilton Hotels Corporation said, The partnership with Anhui Yuanyi Hotel Company Limited will re-define the standard for luxury hotels in Hefei, and marks another milestone for Hiltons development strategy in China. We believe that this hotel represents a unique opportunity to create memorable hospitality experiences for travellers to the city.

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