Hyatt Regency Opens in Jinan

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The Hyatt Regency Jinan, in the capital city of Shandong province, has opened.

Hyatt Regency Jinan occupies a landmark 28-storey tower adjacent to the Wanda Plaza retail hub, Wanda Office Tower and Luxury Residences in the center of the city. The hotel is in close proximity to train stations and the airport, as well as some of Jinans most well-known tourist attractions, including Baotu Spring, Daming Lake and Thousand Buddha Mountain.

The Hyatt Regency Jinan offers 343 guestrooms, including 38 suites. Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, with views over Daming Lake, the surrounding mountains or downtown Jinan.

The hotel offers guests four dining venues: Lobby Bar, a lobby lounge; Market Caf, an all-day dining buffet restaurant with show kitchens; Su Yuan, an American-style coffee shop; and Jinan Palace, the hotels signature Chinese restaurant serving Shandongnese and Cantonese cuisines.

The hotel offers two dedicated floors of meeting and event venues, including a more than 13,000 sq ft (1,300 sqm) pillar-less ballroom that can accommodate 1,200 people for receptions and nine additional venues accommodating 15 to 130 people.

Leisure facilities include a fitness center, a luxury day spa by Hyatt, and a 32-meter indoor swimming pool.

Known as the City of Springs because of the natural artesian springs dotted across the landscape, Jinan is Shandongs provincial capital and a thriving commercial hub at the intersection of cross-China transport and trading routes.

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