Regal Kangbo Hotel & Residence to open in Dezhou of Shandong Province, China

Regal Hotels signed a new project, Regal Kangbo Hotel & Residence, in Dezhou of Shandong Province, China.

Opening within the second quarter of 2015, Regal Kangbo Hotel & Residence will be situated in Dezhou Economic Development Zone and connected by public transportation network. It will be located just a few minutes’ walk from the Regal Kangbo Hotel, and 10-minute drive from Dezhou Express Station.

The property will have 270 guestrooms, offering contemporary design and furnishings. Each room will be equipped with a pantry and electric appliances.

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The hotel and residence will offer free Wi-Fi connectivity, a restaurant for breakfast and a self-service laundry. Guests can also enjoy the conference facilities, gym, swimming pool and the range of restaurants in the nearby Regal Kangbo Hotel.

Currently, Regal Hotels manages eight hotels in Hong Kong and six hotels in Mainland China. Together with the hotels under development in Hong Kong and cities of China, including Anyang, Chengdu, Foshan, Kunshan, Weinan, Yantai, Zhengzhou and this new hotel and residence in Dezhou, Regal Hotels now has 9,200 rooms and around 96 restaurants and bars under its portfolio.

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