Jiaxing Yongxin Development Co. opens DoubleTree by Hilton Jiaxing in China

Hilton Worldwide opened the DoubleTree by Hilton Jiaxing, the brand's 16th property in China and the first internationally-branded full service hotel in Jiaxing. The upscale six-story, 274-room hotel has three restaurants, a grand ballroom and nine multi-functional meeting rooms. The hotel is owned by the Jiaxing Yongxin Development.

Located in the city center, close to key business and shopping areas, DoubleTree by Hilton Jiaxing is situated 4.6 miles from Jiaxing Railway Station and 4.9 miles from China's five-star tourist attraction, South Lake. The hotel is 10.8 miles from Jiaxing High-Speed Railway Station, and convenient to Hongqiao (Shanghai), Pudong (Shanghai) and Hangzhou international airports.

This year marks Hilton Worldwide's 25th anniversary in China.

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For dining, DoubleTree by Hilton Jiaxing has three themed restaurants serving both Chinese and international fare, while the lounge bar offers a relaxed atmosphere with a view. YUXI offers elegant dining experience with Cantonese and Zhejiang cuisine; Open offers the “Wake-up DoubleTree Breakfast” and also serves regional Asian cuisine, Western grilled specialties and seafood; Nodu Bar offers noodles and dumplings; and beverages are available at Jin Lounge.

DoubleTree by Hilton Jiaxing offers flexible meeting and event space, including a 5.5-foot high pillar-less ballroom, as well as nine multi-function conference halls to accommodate various event types. A 24-hour business center is also available. DoubleTree by Hilton Jiaxing also offers an indoor swimming pool, spa room, 24-hour fitness center, and beauty center with hair treatment services.

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