Fri, 5 February 2016

Accor Opens 508-Room Grand Mercure Qingdao Nanshan Resort

AccorHotels has expanded its portfolio of Grand Mercure hotels in China with the opening of the 508-room Grand Mercure Qingdao Nanshan Resort.

The Grand Mercure Qingdao Nanshan Resort is located adjacent to Qingdao International Exhibition Centre, the largest exhibition and convention venue in Shandong province. The central business district and Qingdao Liuting International Airport are just a short drive away.

The hotel features two restaurants and a bar, eight function rooms, two board rooms and two pillar-less Grand Ballrooms that can cater up to 1,000 guests.

Gym enthusiasts can enjoy a work out at the resorts fully-equipped gym studio or take a dip at the pool and sauna.

The resorts private beach is located within walking distance, where guests can enjoy relaxing walks and breathtaking scenery.

Grand Mercure Qingdao Nanshan Resort is an excellent addition to the Grand Mercure network in the beautiful coastal and largest city of Shandong province, said Michel Molliet, Chief Operating Officer, AccorHotels Greater China. Grand Mercure is an upscale network of hotels and apartments enriched with local traditions and renowned French touches. The brand is the cultural touchstones that reflect a unique heritage charm.

The Grand Mercure Qingdao Nanshan Resort is the second property under the Grand Mercure brand to debut in Qingdao following the opening of Grand Mercure Qingdao Airport, and the fourteenth hotel to join the brands network in Greater China.

Check special rates and availability at Grand Mercure Qingdao Nanshan Resort.

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