DoubleTree by Hilton Guangzhou - Science City opens in China

Hilton Worldwide opened the DoubleTree by Hilton Guangzhou - Science City in Guangdong province, China. The 314-room property adds to the brand's 20 DoubleTree by Hilton hotels in China.

The hotel is located in Guangzhou High Tech Development District – the Science City, adjacent to the new Huangpu District Government Administration Office (formerly Luo Gang District). It is located near Guangzhou International Sports Arena, Canton Fair Pazhou Complex and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.

Each guestroom in the property has new furnishings and amenities, including the “Sweet Dreams by DoubleTree Sleep Experience,” 42-inch LCD televisions offering satellite channels, and bathrooms with the Aroma Actives skin and body care line.


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There is also an outdoor swimming pool and a 24-hour fitness center with Precor-branded equipment. A complimentary 24-hour connectivity zone is also available, and complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel's public areas.

For dining, the property has four restaurants and bars, including the lobby bar Lin Lounge; Elements, the hotel's all day dining restaurant; and China House, which has seven private dining rooms.

For events, DoubleTree by Hilton Guangzhou – Science City has over 2,000 square meters (21,528 square feet) of meeting space, including a Grand Ballroom and six function rooms. There is a 1,000 square-meter (10,763-square-foot) Grand Ballroom, as well as a 2,500 square-meter (26,910-square-foot) rooftop garden with views of the central garden.

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