Marriott Hotels opens Shunde Marriott Hotel in southern China

Marriott International opened its first hotel under its Marriott Hotels brand in Shunde, a district of Foshan in Guangdong Province, with the 258-room Shunde Marriott Hotel. Under a management agreement with the owner Shunde Midea Group, the property joins the portfolio of 19 hotels in Greater China under the Marriott Hotels’ brand.

Located in the Midea Plaza, the property is the tallest international five-star hotel in Shunde. Shunde Marriott Hotel is situated in the eastern Daling district, and is near the Shunde Station of Guangzhou Railway, Shunde Port, Guangzhou South Railway Station and Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. Shunde is a district of Foshan located in the center of the Pearl River Delta.

The Shunde Marriott Hotel has 258 guestrooms with either the view of Shunfeng Mountain Park or the city skyline. The executive rooms and suites are located on the 28th floor, together with the Executive Lounge.

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For events, Shunde Marriott Hotel offers a pillar-less grand ballroom equipped with the largest LED display panel in town, as well as a foyer complementing floor-to-ceiling windows. There are also five meeting rooms.  Similarly available is a glass wedding pavilion, an option for outdoor banquet.

For dining, available are Goji Kitchen & Bar, Man Ho Chinese restaurant and the Lounge.

The Shunde Marriott Hotel’s other amenities include: a range of wellness options, such as an indoor swimming pool, a 24-hour health center and a spa center with six treatment rooms. 

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