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Howard Johnson signs Management Contract for Two New Hotels in China

Travel News Asia Wednesday, 25 April 2007

Howard Johnson International (China) has signed two management contracts for Howard Johnson Plaza Yixing and Howard Johnson Kaina Hotel Changzhou developed by Yixing Garden Hotel Co. Ltd and Changzhou RPD Property Development Co. Ltd respectively.

Howard Johnson Plaza Yixing will be one of the first international hotels located in the industrial park of the "Pottery Capital" city Yixing. The five-star business hotel will have 210 spacious rooms and suites, with 900 square meters pillar-less ballroom and 6 function rooms. Other facilities include 3 different styled Chinese and Western restaurants and fully equipped Fitness Centre with an indoor swimming pool, sauna and spa. The hotel is targeted to open early 2008.

Howard Johnson Kaina Hotel Changzhou is centrally located in the city of Changzhou, along the lower Yangtze River in southeastern China's Jiangsu province. 15 minutes to Changzhou Railway Station, 10 minutes to the Shanghai Nanjing Freeway. The 50-storey skyscraper hotel and serviced apartments overlook the whole city with a stunning view. The 250-room hotel will have extensive facilities for accommodations, dining, meeting and conference and recreations. The hotel is scheduled to open in 2009.

Howard Johnson International (China) has achieved unprecedented growth and expansion with 13 hotels in operation and 28 hotels to be open by 2007 and 50 hotels open by 2008 and 100 hotels in China in Howard Johnsons portfolio by 2010.

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