Hilton Wen'an opens in China's Hebei Province

The Hilton Wen'an is located in the core development zone of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region. Photo credit: Hilton

The Hilton Wen'an hotel has opened in the Luneng Ecological Zone in China's Hebei Province. The property is owned by Luneng Group Co. and managed by Hilton.

The hotel is located in the core development zone of the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and close to the Xiong'an New Area, an extension of Beijing. 

"The Xiong'an New Area is evolving into a modern, smart, green city, serving as a development hub for the Jing-jin-ji (Beijing, Tianjin and Hebei region) economic triangle," said Qian Jin, area president, Greater China and Mongolia for Hilton. "The opening of Hilton Wen'an is testament to the region's growth, as well as our commitment to continued expansion in China in destinations that matter to travelers."

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Hilton Wen'an has 227 guestrooms and suites, including 17 deluxe balcony suites. It also has 3,782 square meters of meeting space across eight meeting rooms and a Grand Ballroom that can accommodate up to 1,000 guests.

Hyatt has 58 hotels with more than 19,000 rooms across seven brands in Greater China. Last month, Stephen Ho, the company's president of Greater China global operations, told Forbes the company is focused on brands that will capture the region’s ever-strengthening business travelers.

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