Yue Xing Jin Jiang International Hotel Kashi, Kashgar, Xinjiang Province, China to open in March

Jin Jiang International Hotels has announced the scheduled opening of Yue Xing Jin Jiang International Hotel Kashi this March. The hotel is situated in Kashgar, Xinjiang province, China's westernmost city bordering five countries - Afghanistan, India, Pakistan, Kyrgyzstan and Tajikistan.

Kashgar's Old City is one of the most well preserved traditional Islamic city's in Central Asia and offers many attractions from the largest mosque in China, the Id Kah Mosque, to an 59-foot-high statue of Chairman Mao and one of the biggest markets in Central Asia, the Kashgar Grand Bizarre, with over 2,000 years of history.

This hotel will have 323 guestrooms and suites, equipped with high-end amenities. The hotel will also have a range of multi-functional rooms to host conferences, meetings, special events and high-end banquets.

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Similarly, there will be several dining options, including a Teppanyaki restaurant and a restaurant serving a combination of gourmet Chinese cuisines including traditional Xinjiang dishes. The Chinese restaurant will have 15 private dining rooms with a capacity to accommodate up to 110 people.

Additional facilities are to include a business center, a fitness center, heated indoor swimming pool, spa, beauty salon and games room.

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