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Shangri-La Hotel, Baotou launches Special Opening Rate

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Thursday, 15 November 2007

Shangri-La Hotel, Baotou, the first international luxury hotel in Baotou, the biggest city in Inner Mongolia, is offering a special introductory rate to celebrate opening its doors on 1 November 2007. Until 1 April, 2008, guests can enjoy a deluxe room for RMB698 (US$93) per night, plus 15% service charge, single or double occupancy, subject to availability.

The Shangri-La Hotel, Baotou is located in the city centre, overlooking the 100,000-square-metre Yinhe Square, with the commercial district and government offices close by. It is a 30-minute drive from the airport and within 15 minutes drive of the railway station.

The hotel features 360 guestrooms as well as 11 spacious serviced apartments. In addition to a host of signature Shangri-La amenities, each guestroom offers views of either the city skyline, the botanical garden or the Daqing mountain.

The hotel's Xin Caf, open all day, is an open kitchen concept offering both local and international delicacies. The lobby lounge serves freshly brewed coffee in the morning and drinks and savouries by night.

Corporate and social events are accommodated in a 1,736-square-metre pillarless grand ballroom, a 468-square-metre junior ballroom, or a choice of 11 function rooms of varying size.

Early 2008, 70 Horizon Club rooms and the Horizon Club lounge will provide enhanced services and exclusive amenities and privileges. A menu of Chinese regional specialties and authentic Mongolian flavours awaits diners at Shang Palace restaurant. Also opening will be a fully equipped health club, which includes a gym and heated swimming pool.

Baotou, or Deer City, is surrounded by the rolling grasslands of Inner Mongolia dotted with flocks of grazing sheep under clear blue skies. Baotou began as a little frontier town for the distribution of fur and leather, but today is the largest industrial city in the region, known for its iron and steel industries. The legacy and influence of the surrounding landscape remains; the city has about 35% green coverage was named Green Garden City by the state. The United Nations UNHABITAT organization has recognized the city for its outstanding urban environment.

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