Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley launched in Hubei Province, China

Hilton Hotels & Resorts and Hilton Worldwide opened the Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley. The opening marks the first Hilton Hotels & Resorts property in Hubei Province. The six-story hotel has 520 guestrooms and suites with views from private balconies, five restaurants and bars and over 53,820 square feet of meeting space. The Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley is operated by Hilton Worldwide and owned by Wuhan Eco City Biguiyuan Investment Co.

Located in Wuhan East Lake High Tech Development Zone, Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley is 6 miles from the Wuhan Railway Station and 31 miles from Wuhan Tianhe International Airport. The hotel is located near to the commercial and recreational districts in the Optics Valley and the city's most popular destinations and attractions, including the nearby East Lake and Happy Valley Amusement Park.

Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley's amenities include work surfaces, Hilton Serenity Beds, Peter Thomas Roth bathroom amenities and Wi-Fi access, as well as Yanxi Lake views through floor-to-ceiling windows. Guests who stay in one of the hotel's suites or executive rooms can access the third floor Executive Lounge.

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Hilton Wuhan Optics Valley has five food and beverage outlets, including: YUXI Restaurant, CUCINA, CHINACHOPS restaurant, and the Lobby Lounge.

For events, the property has the 19,569-square-foot pillar-free Grand Ballroom that has a high ceiling and can accommodate up to 1,600 people; and a business center.

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