Shangri-La announces third hotel in Shandong, China

Shangri-La has announced that it will open a Shangri-La hotel in Jinan, capital of Shandong Province in eastern China in 2015.

The 400-room Shangri-La Hotel, Jinan will complement the company’s existing properties in the province, Shangri-La Hotel, Qingdao and Shangri-La Hotel, Qufu, scheduled to open at end of 2012.

Shangri-La has named Hong Kong-based Wong Tung International Limited as architect and Hirsch Bedner Associates will undertake the interior design including all public areas. The hotel’s 400 guestrooms will range in size from 45 square meters for a standard room to 225 square meters for a suite.

Horizon Club, Shangri-La’s exclusive retreat, will offer a host of special amenities and privileges, including a 360-square-meter lounge for daily breakfast and cocktails, meeting rooms, and express check-in and check-out services.

The hotel will have an all-day restaurant, Chinese restaurant, lobby lounge, bar and wine retail shop. Meeting and banqueting facilities will include a 1,900-square-meter Grand Ballroom, several function rooms, a Government VIP Room and a Bridal Room. Additional facilities will include an extensive health club, spa, indoor swimming pool, beauty salon and business center.

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