Shangri-La prepares to open second location in Suzhou, China

The Shangri-La Hotel, Suzhou Yuanqu has 303 guestrooms and suites and 16 serviced apartments. Photo credit: Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts

The Shangri-La Hotel, Suzhou Yuanqu is set to open on June 1 as the luxury Asian hospitality group Shangri-La Hotels & Resorts' second hotel in Suzhou, China. 

Located in the new central business district of the Suzhou Industrial Park, the new hotel is part of GCL Plaza, an integrated commercial complex with an international office tower, residences and a four-story retail space. The hotel is within walking distance of the Jinji Lake scenic area, Suzhou International Expo Centre, Suzhou Culture and Arts Centre as well as the city subway station.

The company's first Suzhou hotel, the Shangri-La Hotel, Suzhou, opened in 2007 and also is located in the city’s core business district. 

Shangri-La Hotel, Suzhou Yuanqu has 303 guestrooms and suites and 16 serviced apartments. The property has two restaurants and a lounge as well as two pillarless ballrooms (1,000 and 384 square meters, respectively), seven multifunction spaces and a boardroom. The Health Club and Spa includes a 24-hour gym, a 25-meter indoor temperature-controlled swimming pool, a Jacuzzi, a sauna, a steam bath and a spa.

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