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Foshan Landis Building New Five-Star Hotel

Foshan Landis Hotel Management Company will invest RMB1 billion to create a new five-star hotel in the Nanhai District of Foshan, according to local media.

Occupying 54000 square meters, the new hotel will be an international five-star business hotel that combines travel, business, leisure, entertainment, food and shopping. The hotel will be located in a twin tower designed by a first class international design company and it will feature the architectural style of the Europe in the Middle Ages.

This investment marks a new step for Landis in China's hotel industry, and it is expected to help upgrade Nanhai District's tourism, food, culture and entertainment image and provide high quality service for multinational companies moving to Nanhai.

To date, The Landis Group of Hotels has ten hotels under its flag: The Landis Taipei Hotel, The Landis Taichung Hotel, Tayih Landis Tainan Hotel, Yoho Landis Beach Club, The Landis Resort Yangmingshan, The Landis Inn Lotung, Pause Landis Resort Wulai, The Skyway Landis Shanghai and Hotel ONE Taichung and Hotel ONE Suzhou. Under this new affiliate-based organization, each member of the Landis Group of Hotels has benefited from a higher profile and a more competitive position in the market. The members share their resources, lowering costs and raising efficiency.

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