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Langham Signs Eaton Hotel in Shenzhen

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 20 July 2011

Langham Hospitality Group has signed its fifth Eaton property thanks to a management deal with Shenzhen Warmsun Real Estate Development.

The 220-room Eaton Luxe, Shajing, Shenzhen, China in the Warmsun•International Complex is scheduled to open late 2013.

Located in the Warmsun•International Complex in Shajing, this upscale luxury property will include three contemporary dining facilities, a 1,000 square metre Ballroom as well as a host of meeting facilities to cater some of the city's special events.

Brett Butcher, Chief Executive Officer of Langham Hospitality Group said: "We're delighted to be part of Shenzhen's important urban renewal projects and look forward to great success with our forward-looking partners, Shenzhen Warmsun Real Estate Development."

The property forms part of a mixed used development that is part of an urban renewal project. It will include residential, commercial and retail elements in the heart of the Shenzhen's industrial zone. The Fortune 500 retail giant WalMart has also confirmed it will become an anchor tenant.

The hotel is located just 8km from the Fuyong Ferry Terminal; 10km from Baoan International Airport, and close to the Guangzhou-Shenzhen Superhighway. The complex is also a short drive from 2 major industrial areas – the Jinggang Industrial Town and Shapo Wai Industrial Zone.

The Warmsun•International Complex has been designated as one of Shenzhen's 10 major Urban Renewal projects aimed to spur economic growth and attract local and foreign investors.

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