Renaissance Suzhou Wujiang opens in Shengze, China

Marriott International opened the Renaissance Suzhou Wujiang Hotel in Shengze, China. The new hotel is the first international hospitality brand in the area, and the 19th Renaissance branded property to open in China.

The Renaissance Suzhou Wujiang Hotel has 296 guestrooms, including 15 suites that have their own kitchenettes with refrigerators. Most of the rooms have lake views. All guestrooms have new bedding, wireless Internet connectivity, LED TV and a work area.

Guests staying on one of the hotel's four Club Floors have access to the Club Lounge and exclusive services.

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For dining, Renaissance Suzhou Wujiang has the Wan Li Chinese Restaurant that has 11 private dining rooms, Food Studio that has an open kitchen and Smokimoto Korean Restaurant.

Renaissance Suzhou Wujiang Hotel also has a 24-hour fitness center, as well as an indoor heated swimming pool with lake views.

For events, the property has 3,800 square meters (40,903 square feet) of space. The Grand Ballroom has 1,600 square meters (17,222 square feet) of pillar-less space that can be partitioned into three smaller rooms, and is equipped with 140 square meter (1,507 square foot) LCD screen and new audiovisual system. The Junior Ballroom measures 400 square meters (4,306 square feet) and can also be partitioned into three sections. There are also six multipurpose rooms for small groups and meetings.

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