Hilton Foshan opens in China

Hilton Hotels & Resorts opened the Hilton Foshan in China's southern province of Guangdong. Situated in Chancheng District of Foshan, the 27-story hotel has 600 guestrooms and suites. Hilton Foshan is operated by Hilton Worldwide and owned by Country Garden Real Estate Development.

Foshan is the third-largest city in Guangdong and an important manufacturing hub in South China. Located next to the Foshan's Central Business District, Hilton Foshan is only 1.5 miles from Guangfo metro station, providing access to Guangzhou city. The hotel is 37 miles from Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport shuttle bus station, 24 miles from Shunde Pier which has regular ferry boats to Hong Kong, and 74 miles from Shenzhen.

Hilton Foshan has five food and beverage outlets. Cantonese cuisine is offered at Yuxi Restaurant; while a variety of Japanese cuisines, and other local and international food and beverages are available at OPEN Foshan. Also available are Lu Bar and the Lobby Lounge.

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Hilton Foshan has a range of modern amenities, including work surfaces, Hilton Serenity Beds(TM) and Wi-Fi access. A 24-hour fitness center offers the latest generation of cardiovascular and strength training equipment. In addition, Hilton Foshan offers a heated indoor and two outdoor swimming pools and a spa center to accommodate single or double treatment and foot massage rooms.

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