Jin Jiang International Hotels opens Yangzhou Yangpeng Jin Jiang Hotel in Yangzhou, China

Jin Jiang International Hotels opened its newest property, Yangzhou Yangpeng Jin Jiang Hotel, in Yangzhou, in central Jiangsu province, eastern China . This is, however, only the soft opening of the property, which is scheduled to officially open during the end of the third quarter of 2014.

Yangzhou is a prefecture-level city which lies on a plain north of the Yangzte River. The hotel is located near the Slender West Lake, is near the city center and is within access to the main transportation links such as Yanzhou Taizhou Airport, Nanjing Lukou International airport and the Nanjing-Qidong rail line, which links the city to a number of major cities such as Xi'an, Wuhan and Guangzhou.

This four star luxury business hotel stands at nine stories. Situated from the 5th to 9th floors of the building will be 155 guestrooms and suites. The hotel has a 24-hour business center with wireless Internet, laptop and mobile phone rental, copying, faxing and printing facilities. There are also secretarial services which include English and Chinese typing.


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The hotel has a 4,306-square-foot banquet hall and three conference rooms which can each hold up to 60 people. All rooms are equipped with audio visual systems and are each designed to cater to a variety of events from conferences, business meetings to formal banquets.

For dining, the property has Lake Café, and the lounge located in the lobby. Additional recreational facilities include a 24-hour fitness center.

Jin Jiang International Hotel Management Company (Jin Jiang International Hotels) has a portfolio of over 124 hotels, with a room inventory of over 36,000 hotel rooms spread across 76 cities in China.