Hilton Shenzhen Futian opens in Shenzhen, Southern China

Hilton Worldwide and Hilton Hotels & Resorts opened Hilton Shenzhen Futian. This hotel marks the second Hilton Hotels & Resorts property and the third Hilton Worldwide hotel in Shenzhen.

Located in Shenzhen, the 23-story hotel has 320 guestrooms and suites, and is operated by Hilton Worldwide and owned by Great China International Group. To date, Hilton Worldwide has over 60 operating hotels in Greater China.

For dining, the property has Mis.U, an all-day dining venue, and Lan Ting Chinese restaurant. Also available are the Lobby Lounge and Mr. Wong bar that provides city views.

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Hilton Shenzhen Futian has a range of amenities, including a 24-hour fitness center and a 25-meter heated outdoor swimming pool. Spanning 400 square meters (4,306 square feet) on the 20th and 21st floors is the Executive Lounge.

Hilton Shenzhen Futian has 17 function spaces comprising 2,400 square meters (25,833 square feet), including a 600 square meter (6,458-square-foot) pillar-free Grand Ballroom that can be configured according to needs.

Located in Shenzhen's Central Business District, Hilton Shenzhen Futian is within walking distance of the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Centre and City Hall. The hotel is just 35.9 kilometers away from Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport, and also enjoys access to Hong Kong's border and the Huanggang or Futian Ports.

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