Steigenberger Hotel Group to open Taizhou property

The Steigenberger Hotel Group is extending its portfolio in China as part of its ongoing drive for international growth. An agreement was signed for a fifth hotel in the country to be located in Taizhou. The Steigenberger hotel in Taizhou will be housed in the top twelve stories of the City Towers, which will then become the city's tallest structure. 

More than 200 rooms and suites will be available to guests, whilst an events center extending over an area of 2,460 square feet will offer several conference, seminar and meeting rooms.  

The whole of the 61st floor will be given over to a health and beauty spa facility which will be over 3,280 square feet in size have its own gym and treatment areas.  

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Culinary facilities in the form of several international restaurants will be installed on the 6,561-square-foot top floor. There are also plans for a Lobby Bar and German Café Lounge.  

The hotel is scheduled to open in the fourth quarter of 2017. 

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