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Swiss-Belhotel International to open 4-star hotel in Wuxi, China

Swiss-Belhotel International has announced the upcoming opening of Swiss-Belhotel Liyuan Wuxi in Wuxi, China. Opening its doors to guests for the first time in March, this 4-star international business hotel will provide comfortable and convenient accommodation.

Swiss-Belhotel Liyuan Wuxi is a 4-star international hotel situated within the Wuxi Liyuan Economic Development Zone in Jiangsu, China. Swiss-Belhotel Liyuan Wuxi is close to Lake Taihu, the third largest freshwater lake in China, and just 6 km from Wuxi city centre. Aimed at serving business travellers, this modern hotel will provide a broad array of facilities for guests to enjoy a comfortable, convenient and memorable stay. Wuxi railway station is 7 km from the hotel and Wuxi Shuofang International Airport is 21 km.

Swiss-Belhotel Liyuan Wuxi aims to be the hotel of choice for business visitors to the Wuxi Liyuan Economic Development Zone, one of China's leading centres for industrial design and development, Information Technology, electronics and precision machinery manufacturing. From the hotel, guests will easily be able to visit all the many attractions that the historic and enchanting city of Wuxi and the surrounding countryside has to offer.

Swiss-Belhotel Liyuan Wuxi will feature 202 well-appointed rooms and suites, most with balcony. Guests will be able to choose from 85 Classic Rooms, 46 Fashion Rooms, 31 Studio Rooms, 17 Suites, 6 Grand Suites and 17 rooms on the ladies-only Rose Floor. Each guestroom will have air conditioning, 39"-42" LED TV, mini-bar, personal safety deposit box, broadband Internet access, electronic key lock, hair dryer, shower, bathtub in suites, and iron and ironing board in suites and guestrooms on the Rose Floor. A room for the handicapped will also be available.

The hotel will have two restaurants - Xiang Chinese Restaurant and Swiss-Café. For intimate dining there will also be nine private dining rooms of various sizes and able to accommodate from 4 to 20 persons. To meet friends and business colleagues or to simply relax and enjoy your favourite drinks, the hotel's comfortable lounge and bar will be the perfect spot. Two fully equipped meeting rooms with state-of-the-art facilities will be available to support guests' business activities in Wuxi.

“This is an ideal time to be present in Wuxi, one of China's leading centres for research and development, and we welcome Swiss-Belhotel Liyuan Wuxi to our worldwide portfolio. We are proud to have been appointed to manage this impressive property, which will open next month, and look forward to being a part of the hotel's promising future. The passion and professionalism of our management team and staff will ensure that Swiss-Belhotel Liyuan Wuxi is a credit to both its owners and to Swiss-Belhotel International,” commented Swiss-Belhotel International Chairman and President Mr. Faull.

Swiss-Belhotel International currently manages a portfolio of more than 110 hotels, resorts and projects located in China, Vietnam, Philippines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Australia, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Iraq, Oman, Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates. Awarded Indonesia's Leading Global Hotel Chain for three consecutive years and Most Favourite 4-Star Hotel, Swiss-Belhotel International is one of the world’s fastest-growing international hotel and hospitality management groups. The Group provides comprehensive and highly professional development and management services in all aspects of hotel, resort and serviced residences. Offices in Hong Kong, Dubai – United Arab Emirates, Shanghai - China, Sydney – Australia, Hanoi - Vietnam, Jakarta - Indonesia, Bali - Indonesia, Bangkok - Thailand and Auckland - New Zealand.

For further information, please contact:
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Tel: (62 21) 560 6040, 566 9710, Fax: (62 21) 568 1548, 566 0139
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Swiss-Belhotel International Group Sales and Marketing Office
7th Floor, Suite 701, Hotel Ciputra Jakarta, Jl. Letnan Jenderal S. Parman, Jakarta 11470, Indonesia

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