Carlson Rezidor signs the Radisson Blu Resort Chongqing BeiBei

Carlson Rezidor Hotel Group and CUTC Chongqing Easpring Hot Spring Development signed the Radisson Blu Resort Chongqing BeiBei in Chongqing, China, which is Carlson Rezidor's fourth hotel in the Southwestern metropolis of Chongqing.

Radisson Blu Resort Chongqing BeiBei is a 280-room new build hotel, located close to the Cai Industrial Zone for high-tech industries, Shuitu High Tech Zone for pharmaceutical firms, Yuelai International Convention Center and Liangjiang New District, China’s third National New District. 

The hotel is accessible via several major highways and is also within reach of the city center, the train station, and Chongqing Jiangbei International Airport, one of the largest airports in Southeast China, with a capacity that is expected to hit 45 million a year following an expansion project that is scheduled for completion in 2015.

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The hotel will be part of a 728,000-square-foot mixed development called Yishang Mountain Hot Spring Town, which includes, a hot spring and spa, residences, commercial space and leisure facilities. Radisson Blu Resort Chongqing BeiBei will have three restaurants, a lobby lounge and bar, a fitness center, spa, an indoor swimming pool and a variety of meeting spaces.

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