Hilton Changzhou opens in China

Hilton Worldwide opened Hilton Changzhou. The opening marks Hilton Worldwide’s 50th property opening in Greater China. Hilton Changzhou is operated by Hilton Worldwide and owned by Jiangsu Future Land Real Estate. This is the first Hilton Hotels & Resorts property in Changzhou.

Situated at the heart of the Wujin District, Hilton Changzhou is within walking distance from shopping malls and entertainment venues. Located 7 miles from the city center and Changzhou Railway Station, Hilton Changzhou is also near attractions such as China Dinosaur Park, Yancheng Safari Park and the Mystical Yancheng Chun Qiu Dream Show.

Hilton Changzhou has 299 guestrooms and suites, offering panoramic views of the entire city from its floor-to-ceiling windows.

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Hilton Changzhou offers five food and beverage venues, including the all-day restaurant OPEN, which has live cooking stations; YUXI, which has 12 Chinese-style dining rooms accommodating up to 190 guests; and RED, which offers guests choice to dine at the table or at the bar.

For events, Hilton Changzhou has two pillar-free grand ballrooms, measuring 16,146 square feet and 8,611 square feet. It also has a business center providing full corporate facilities and 24-hour services, including computers, copy machines, printers, printing services, telephones and postal services.

Hilton Changzhou also has a range of modern amenities, including a heated 82-foot indoor pool, a fitness center with an aerobic room and a golf simulator.

Hilton Changzhou is located at No. 68 Hongbei Road, Wujin District, Changzhou, China.

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