Marco Polo Opens Hotel in Changzhou, China

Travel News Asia Videos Podcasts Latest Travel News Asia Thursday, 28 August 2014

Marco Polo today opened a hotel in Changzhou, China.

Set amidst 19 acres of lush gardens, Marco Polo Changzhou is located in the Xinbei District just one hour from Shanghai by high-speed train and directly adjacent to China Dinosaur Land and Dino-Valley Hot Spring.

This stylish development scheduled to open in phases will feature 271 rooms and suites in the main hotel and another 31 rooms and suites in The Mansion.

In phase one of the opening, the Garden Caf will deliver all-day dining dishes and buffets. The culinary journey will continue in the next phase with Jiulong Ya Yuan Chinese Restaurant serving Cantonese and Huaiyang cuisines, while the Lobby Lounge and Spanish-themed Tapas Y Vino will ideal venues to unwind and enjoy a drink with friends and business associates.

The hotel has nearly 2,000 square metres of indoor meeting facilities, including the pillarless Marco Polo Ballroom and 17 multi-function rooms, all of which feature natural sunlight.

Marco Polo Changzhou features a variety of outdoor venues for weddings, riverside cocktails and garden barbecues which are supported by a dedicated events team.

Other facilities include an indoor swimming pool, fitness centre, SPA, outdoor tennis court and chess room.

The opening of Marco Polo Changzhou defines a new luxury experience with its unique facilities in our urban oasis, said Mr. Michael Gnaegi, General Manager. This property represents the latest and best in town and we are convinced that Marco Polo Changzhou will become a new destination to stay, meet, celebrate and entertain in this vibrant city.

Marco Polo, China, Changzhou

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