Radisson debuts in dynamic Hangzhou, China

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Radisson Hotel Group continues to bring its world-renowned standards of hospitality to China’s key cities, with the launch of the first Radisson hotel in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province.
Radisson Hotel Group continues to bring its world-renowned standards of hospitality to China’s key cities, with the launch of the first Radisson hotel in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province.

Radisson Hotel Group continues to bring its world-renowned standards of hospitality to China’s key cities, with the launch of the first Radisson hotel in Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province.

The Group announced the opening of Radisson Hangzhou Qianjiang, strategically located in the new city centre of Qianjiang Century City.

The hotel is a 20 minutes’ drive away to Hangzhou’s Xiaoshan International Airport, a transportation hub that is now served by almost 50 airlines and offers direct connections to cities including Amsterdam, Bangkok, Doha, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Tokyo.

Overlooking the Qiantang River, just three minutes’ walk from Yinfeng Road station on the Hangzhou Metro and surrounded by world-class shopping centre and corporate offices, the stylish upscale hotel puts the entire city within easy reach.

The 186 guest rooms and suites range from spacious 34 square metres Superior Rooms to the expansive 106 square metres Executive Suite.

Radisson allows guests to feel completely at ease with soothing spaces, intuitive amenities and the brand’s unique “Yes I Can!” service philosophy helping to elevate every stay.

Days start right at the Shang Café, Radisson Hangzhou Qianjiang’s all-day restaurant, which serves a balanced buffet breakfast packed with Chinese, pan-Asian and Western favourites.

The lively dining destination also offers delectable dishes throughout the day and evening, with an interactive show kitchen.

The hotel also features Sky Pavilion, a specialty Chinese restaurant with private dining rooms, perfect for business lunches, elegant evening meals and special occasions; and Lobby Lounge, a chic lounge where guests can relax throughout the day with drinks and snacks, including barista-prepared coffee and fine Chinese teas.

Radisson Hangzhou Qianjiang will also become the hub for the corporate meetings sector, with a choice of flexible function spaces for all types of event.

 The expansive Grand Ballroom can host up to 740 guests for large-scale conferences, while the divisible Qianjiang Room is perfect for seminars with up to 120 delegates. A smaller meeting room and VIP room are also available.

Guests can also unwind in the hotel’s heated indoor pool or work out at the well-equipped fitness centre.

“We are delighted to open Radisson Hangzhou Qianjiang, as we continue to bring our collection of world-class brands to China’s most dynamic destinations,” said Gary Ye, vice president, Operations, China.

 “Hangzhou is the perfect fit for Radisson; a regional centre of business and tourism, a key provincial gateway and part of the booming Yangtze River Delta region.

“This vibrant city is already visited by over four million international travellers every year and many millions of domestic guests.”

One of the largest cities in eastern China, Hangzhou is a major commercial centre and tourism destination.

 The city’s West Lake area is a UNESCO World Heritage site and Hangzhou has been selected as the host city of the 2022 Asian Games.

Known as the “Silicon Valley of China”, the Hangzhou Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone (HHTZ) is home to Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba and major multinational companies such as Motorola, Nokia and Siemens.

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