IHG reveals the locations of its first two Hualuxe hotels in China

InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) revealed the locations of its first two Hualuxe Hotels and Resorts properties in Greater China. 

The Hualuxe Nanchang High Tech Zone is located in Nanchang, the capital of the Jiangxi Province. The hotel is situated in one of the city’s tallest buildings with a sky lobby overlooking the city. Operating on the 39th to 56th floor, the hotel has 281 guestrooms with 21 club rooms and deluxe suites, three restaurants and banquet facilities, including an 2,600-square-foot pillar-less ballroom. Owned by Shanghai-based Greenland Group, Hualuxe Nanchang High Tech Zone will open as a new landmark for Nanchang.

Hualuxe Yangjiang City Centre is located in Yangjiang in China’s Guangdong Province. With views of Yuanyang Lake, the hotel has 282 deluxe rooms, including 76 club and deluxe suites, the largest pillar-less ballroom in the city and a range of restaurants offering local and international cuisine. The property will also be the coastal city’s first hotel to be operated as part of an international brand family.

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“This is a very important milestone for IHG as we announce the locations of the first two Hualuxe Hotels and Resorts properties in China," said Richard Solomons, CEO of IHG. "The brand was built on over three decades of market insight, experience and leadership in China and epitomises the finest elements of China’s world-renowned hospitality. The brand has been well-received in the market since its launch in 2012 and we are on track with our vision of taking it to 100 cities in Greater China over the next 15 to 20 years. The first two hotels, in Nanchang and Yangjiang, are located in China’s heartland and working with our trusted owners, we are confident they will be welcomed by both Chinese and international consumers.” 

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