The IntercityHotel Yangzhou Slender West Lake is located in the East of China in Jiangsu Province. It features 103 rooms, a restaurant serving both German and Chinese specialities, a lobby bar and a rooftop terrace as well as a gym.
Deutsche Hospitality is continuing its expansion into China. Together with its shareholder Huazhu, the group has launched a further hotel in the country in the form of the IntercityHotel Yangzhou Slender West Lake. The opening of this new IntercityHotel also marks a further step within the company’s international growth strategy. Plans are already in place to operate more hotels under the IntercityHotel brand in Asia.
“IntercityHotel is a brand which offers considerable potential for successful growth in China,” stated Christian Kaschner, Senior Vice President IntercityHotel. “It combines comfort and mobility with design and also provides an impressive mix of quality and diversity. This means that the new hotel will fulfil the requirements of the Chinese market. It will provide a perfect accommodation option to business and leisure travellers alike. We are delighted about this opening, which will also allow us to extend the presence of IntercityHotel in Asia in conjunction with our shareholder Huazhu.”
The IntercityHotel Yangzhou Slender West Lake is located in the East of China in Jiangsu Province. It features 103 rooms, a restaurant serving both German and Chinese specialities, a lobby bar and a rooftop terrace as well as a gym. The hotel, which forms part of the Upper Midscale Segment, also occupies a good central position. A number of railway stations, the region’s international airport, business centres and well-known sights are all easily and rapidly accessible. One of the nearby attractions is the Slender West Lake National Park, to which the new IntercityHotel owes its name. The park extends over an area of 2.5 square kilometres and enjoys a highly impressive setting in the historic old quarter of Yangzhou.
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