Liangdu Jin Jiang Hotspring International Hotel to open in China in 2014

Jin Jiang International Hotel Management Company secured the management contract of Liangdu Jin Jiang Hotspring International Hotel with Liangdu Hotel Management. The hotel is scheduled to open at the end of May 2014.

Liangdu Jin Jiang Hotspring International Hotel is located in the prefecture level municipality, Liupanshui City in Western Guizhou Province, Southwest China. It is connected to the West with Yunnan Province and to the East with Anshun City. Also known as “Cool City,” Liupanshui is an industrial city and one of the most important resource development zones in China, particularly with its underground coal resources. Much of Liupanshui's tourism is focused towards its historic minority folk culture and karst landforms. The city offers such scenic and tourist attractions as the underground lake in Qilin Cave Park, Danxia Mountain, Yushue National Park, various canyons and the Shuicheng Francois' Leaf Monkey Nature Reserve.

This luxury five star hotel, standing at 24 stories, will have 301 guestrooms and suites equipped with modern amenities. The hotel will have a range of meeting and conference rooms, a multi-functional hall with a floor space of 5,489 square feet and a Chinese and Western restaurant offering gourmet food with 24 private dining rooms. Additional facilities include a fitness center, swimming pool and a spa all located in a spacious, adjoining podium building. The spa will offer various treatments and will serve as a relaxation zone for guests.

Jin Jiang International Hotel Management Company, the largest star rated hotel management company in China, has a portfolio of over 116 hotels with a room inventory of over 37, 000 hotel rooms spread across 75 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.

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