DoubleTree by Hilton expands its presence in China with opening in downtown Shanghai
Hilton announced today the opening of Double Tree by Hilton Shanghai Jing’an, a 28-storey, 307-room hotel that provides modern accommodations and state-of-the-art event spaces. Because the second DoubleTree by Hilton property in Shanghai, the hotel represents a strategic addition to Hilton’s hotel brand and portfolio presence in the industry and financial centre of China.
Owned by Mingqiang Investment Group and managed by Hilton, Double Tree by Hilton Shanghai Jing’an is situated in the vibrant and trendy Jing&rsquo conveniently;an District, near Shanghai’s People’s Square. With quick access to the city’s commercial, retail and entertainment districts via the nearby Metro Lines 3, 4, and 8, the hotel may be the ideal destination for both continuing business travelers and leisure guests.
“We have been delighted to expand our presence in Shanghai with the opening of our new DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Jing’an in this key central business and commercial district of downtown Shanghai,” said Qian Jin, area president, Greater China & Mongolia, Hilton. “Perfect for leisure or business, the hotel represents an integral addition to your diverse portfolio of hotel offerings in the town by meeting the differentiated accommodation needs and travel demands of both domestic and international people to Shanghai.”
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“This season once we celebrate the 50th anniversary of DoubleTree by Hilton, we welcome the exponential growth of the DoubleTree brand in China with two openings within the next 90 days,” said Shawn McAteer, senior vice president and global head, DoubleTree by Hilton. “We have been wanting to continue delivering the brand’s award-winning hospitality and warm welcome as of this comfortable and modern hotel – a premiere destination with exquisite dining, upscale event facilities and well-appointed rooms.”
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