Hilton Qingdao Golden Beach opens in Shandong Province, China

Hilton Hotels & Resorts opened the Hilton Qingdao Golden Beach as the first Hilton Hotels & Resorts property in Shandong Province, China. The resort is home to 431 rooms, including 29 suites ranging from 452 square feet to 1,615 square feet, all with private balconies. Guestrooms have walk-in showers, bath tubs, walk-in wardrobes, private toilets, garden or ocean views and private balconies.

The hotel's design concept blends Qingdao's history with European architecture, complemented by traditional garden views.

Five food and beverage outlets consist of Western, Asian and Chinese cuisines. These include: the Strand All Day Dining restaurant, offering views of the ocean and gardens; and Jiao Ao Restaurant, which has 20 private rooms; and Pure Restaurant, which has an open kitchen.

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The hotel has 23 function spaces, including a 22,604-square-foot pillar-less Grand Ballroom with an 8,611-square-foot pre-function area. All rooms and public areas throughout the hotel have complimentary Wi-Fi Internet access.

Other recreational facilities include indoor and outdoor pools, a fitness center, spa, tennis courts and an 18-hole golf course nearby.

Hilton Qingdao Golden Beach is located on the Jianlingjiang road of Qingdao City. 

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