Starwood's Element brand comes to Suzhou, China

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide debuted its eco-conscious Element brand in the Asia Pacific with the opening of the Element Suzhou Science and Technology Town in Suzhou, China. The hotel is owned by Suzhou Science and Technology Town Kexin Cultural Tourism Development.

“As Starwood’s eco-innovation lab, the Element brand has redefined the category with its light-filled atmosphere, eco-minded design and commitment to innovation." said Brian McGuinness, SVP of specialty select brands for Starwood. “On track to triple its global portfolio by the end of 2017, Element is experiencing tremendous growth momentum and the brand’s debut in Asia Pacific is set to pave the way for more growth opportunities in the region.”

Element Suzhou Science and Technology Town has 188 rooms and suites. Guests can work, play, or relax in the spacious, smart and modern guestrooms, all of which offer oversized windows for natural light. Each room comes with an energy-efficient kitchen; the signature Heavenly Beds, spa-inspired baths and separate rain showers and all natural bath amenities.

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