Wed, 11 May 2016

Lanson Place Opens Parkside Serviced Suites in Shanghai, China

Lanson Place has opened the Parkside Serviced Suites in Shanghai.

The Parkside Serviced Suites by Lanson Place is the group's fourth property in Shanghai, and tenth overall.

Tucked discreetly in one of the most charming former French Concession neighborhoods, Parkside Serviced Suites is located near the Madang Road metro station giving easy access to the city's renowned dining and entertainment hub Xintiandi as well as key financial district Lujiazui.

The Parkside Serviced Suites by Lanson Place offers a mix of one and two-bedroom suites ranging from 73 to 148 sqm.

All 182 suites are well-equipped with a full kitchen, LED television, home theatre system, satellite and cable TV and wireless broadband internet connection. Other facilities include a 24-hour gymnasium, residents lounge and underground car park.

Mr. Marc Hediger, Chief Executive Officer of Lanson Place, said , "We are delighted to announce this new project as the tenth property in our collection. It marks a significant milestone for the group as we are expanding at a good pace both in Shanghai and elsewhere in China . It proves that our new business model has successfully captured the Millennial travelers and expatriates, especially when our next property, One Sunland Serviced Suites Managed by Lanson Place in Pudong is due to open this summer in Shanghai. With these two new additions, our presence in Shanghai will be well represented with five properties in both Pudong and Puxi, alongside Lanson Place Jinlin Tiandi, Lanson Place Jin Qiao and Aroma Garden Serviced Suites by Lanson Place."

The General Manger of Parkside Serviced Suites by Lanson Place is Ms. Elsie Leung.

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