Jin Jiang International opens Yulin Petroleum Hotel in China

Jin Jiang International prepared the soft opening of the Yulin Petroleum Hotel, owned by Shaanxi Yanchang Petroleum Group. The hotel is located in the city of Yulin, north of Shaanxi province in Northwest China.

This five-star hotel is located within access to Yulin city's airport, railway station and city center, and to many cultural and historical landmarks and sites such as the Great Wall, the Yellow River, the Zhen Bei Tai watchtower and the Red Stone Gorge. The hotel stands at 25 stories, with two underground floors, in addition to an annex building standing at six stories. The hotel has 395 guestrooms and suites, all equipped with modern amenities, including digital TV and broadband Internet.

The hotel has 26 meeting and conference rooms and a multi-functional room which can hold up to 900 people, all equipped with advanced audio visual systems. There are a host of restaurants ranging from Western, Cantonese, Sichuan and Muslim cuisines. Additional facilities include an indoor swimming pool, fitness center, spa, sauna/ massage, snooker room, table tennis room, badminton court, beauty salon and KTV rooms.

Jin Jiang International Hotel Management Company has a portfolio of over 111 star rated hotels with a room inventory of over 34, 000 hotel rooms spread across 73 cities in China. Under the Jin Jiang branding concept, the company has a new premium "J" hotel brand, five star properties which include the heritage collection, their four star Jin Jiang properties and the Marvel Hotels, which are geared more towards business travelers. The company is part of Jin Jiang Hotels Group, the largest hotel management group in China, and together with their sister company Jin Jiang Inn and Interstate Hotels and Resorts, overall, the group privately owns and operates a collection of over 900 hotels and inns in more than 200 cities across China with a room inventory of over 190, 000 and is ranked as the ninth largest hotel company globally.

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