DoubleTree by Hilton enters Heyuan, China

Hilton Worldwide and DoubleTree by Hilton opened the DoubleTree by Hilton Heyuan in the Guangdong province. The hotel is operated by Hilton Worldwide and owned by Heyuan Huijing Real Estate Company.

Located in the new Central Business District of the city of Heyuan, the 427-room hotel is situated 2.7 miles from Heyuan Railway Station and close to transportation facilities offering transfer to Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport 126 miles away. It is also close to nearby attractions such as Wanlv Lake Reservoir and Sujiawei Hakka Village Tourism Zone.

For dining, DoubleTree by Hilton Heyuan has Yue, offering local Cantonese and Hakka cuisines; OPEN Restaurant, with interactive chef stations; NODU, which recreates street food commonly found across China; and T-Lounge, offering tea and light snacks.

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Offering more than 43,594 square feet of meeting and event space, DoubleTree by Hilton Heyuan can accommodate up to 3,100 guests. The venue has the largest grand ballroom in Heyuan and 18 meeting rooms.

Each guestroom has a range of modern furnishings and amenities, including the Sweet Dreams by DoubleTree sleep experience, 42-inch LCD televisions with satellite channels and bathrooms with exclusive bath amenities.

There is also an indoor swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness center. A complimentary 24-hour business center is also available.

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