Wanda Hotels and Resorts opens Wanda Vista Kunming in Yunnan Province, China

Wanda Hotels and Resorts opened its 65th five star hotel, the Wanda Vista Kunming. This is the first Wanda Hotel in Yunnan province, the 28th hotel managed by Wanda Hotels and Resorts in China and the 8th Wanda Vista Hotel. 

Wanda Vista Kunming is located in the heart of Kunming's Xishan District, near the landmark of Kunming city's "Twin Towers by Wanda". Wanda Vista Kunming offers access to the city's shopping and entertainment venues, and Kunming's tourist attractions. The hotel is a 15 minutes' drive from the Kunming railway station and 35 minutes from the Kunming Changshui International Airport.

This is the first Wanda Hotel in Yunnan province, the 28th hotel managed by Wanda Hotels and Resorts in China and the 8th Wanda Vista Hotel. The hotel has 297 rooms and suites, from a 506-square-foot deluxe room to a 4,413-square-foot president suite, all offering views over the city. Every room has a "Bed of Vista" and "Dream Catcher". Butler service is also available on the Executive Floor.

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For dining, the property has Chili & Pepper, Café Vista and ZHEN Chinese Restaurant.

The hotel also has 23,681 square feet of conference space, including a Grand Ballroom and 10 meeting venues, all equipped with audio-visual and multimedia facilities. The hotel's Grand Ballroom has 13,993 square feet of pillar-free space with a 969-square-foot LED screen.

Mark van Leeuwen is the GM of Wanda Vista Kunming.

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