Shangri-La Hotel, Changzhou launched in China

Shangri-La International Hotel Management Ltd. and Qiaoyu Group, Changzhou announced the debut of the Shangri-La Hotel in Changzhou. This is the second collaboration between the companies following the opening of Traders Fudu Hotel, Changzhou in 2005.

Located within Wujin Hi-tech Industrial Park and adjacent to the newly built Xihu International Community, the hotel is set to cater to business executives and corporate meetings. The hotel is located a 30-minute drive from Changzhou International Airport and in close proximity to the Changzhou Railway Station. Shangri-La Hotel, Changzhou is also near the historic "Ruins of Yancheng," the remains of a walled city that was founded over 3,000 years ago at the beginning of the Western Zhou dynasty.

Shangri-La Hotel, Changzhou has 350 guestrooms and suites ranging from over 484 square feet to over 2,241 square feet. All rooms offer floor-to-ceiling windows with views of Lake Xihu or the city. Guests on the Horizon Club floors receive personalized benefits and services, including privileged access to the Horizon Club Lounge.

Said to set a new benchmark for social and business events in the city, Shangri-La Hotel, Changzhou is the largest event venue in the city, with over 26,910 square feet of flexible space accommodating up to 1,500 guests.

The hotel's 4,921‑square‑foot pillar-free Grand Ballroom offers a 29-foot ceiling, intelligent lighting, the biggest LED screen in Changzhou and a platform for car access for automotive exhibitions. In addition, there are seven function rooms, a dedicated VIP room, the 2,691-square-foot Chairman's Room and two pre-dining rooms that overlook the lake.

The hotel's 43,056-square-foot health club and spa is the largest in Changzhou, encompassing a fully equipped fitness center, an indoor swimming pool and a spa.

The hotel houses three restaurants and two lounges. The signature restaurant, Shang Palace, introduces Huaiyang cuisine alongside Cantonese dishes, crafted by chef Jim Zhang. Nishimura Japanese Restaurant offers dishes with ingredients imported from the Tsukiji Seafood Market in Tokyo. The all-day dining restaurant, Café Long, serves international buffet.

Arcing around the lake, the Lobby Lounge is also a venue for gatherings. The hotel's Bar WJ offers a Latin‑inspired setting, complete with a professional live trio band and a selection of Cuban cigars, tapas and wines.

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