DoubleTree Resort Xishuangbanna opens in Yunnan Province, China

Hilton Worldwide and DoubleTree Resort by Hilton opened DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Xishuangbanna in Yunnan province. The hotel opens as DoubleTree by Hilton's 23rd hotel in China, and adds to Hilton Worldwide's portfolio of 61 hotels operating in the Greater China and Mongolia region. Located in Wanda Xishuangbanna International Resort in Jinghong, the 412-room DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Xishuangbanna is owned by Wanda Hotels & Resorts.

DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Xishuangbanna has a tropical resort setting that blends contemporary architecture with traditional Dai style. Some of the guestrooms have private terraces with views of the nearby park. Every room has a desk, an LCD TV, complimentary Internet access and a separate bath and rain shower. 

The property has three food and beverage outlets: TAILWIND Chinese Restaurant, JOY all-day dining restaurant and the Lobby Lounge.

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For events, DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Xishuangbanna has meeting rooms that can be partitioned, a 660 square meter (7,104-square-foot) pillar-less Grand Ballroom and a private outdoor area adjacent to the ballroom. There is also a lawn in the hotel's back garden, which provides a venue for weddings and parties.

Recreational facilities at the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Xishuangbanna include a gym, sauna, steam room, beauty salon, heated indoor and outdoor swimming pools and a splash pool for children.

DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Xishuangbanna is located seven kilometers from Xishuangbanna International Airport and adjacent to Wanda Plaza, Dai Cultural Theater, Bar Street and Style Street.

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