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Sofitel To Open Three New Hotels In China

French-based Sofitel has announced that it has signed three new contracts for hotels in the eastern and southeastern regions of China. These new Sofitel properties are already under construction and are scheduled to begin opening from the end of 2010.

Located close to Jinan next to the city's business district, the Sofitel Qingdao will provide 231 guestrooms and suites decorated by Leo Design Bangkok, a fitness club (So Fit), a spa (So Spa), an indoor pool, an outdoor pool on the beach and shops. For business, the hotel will feature adaptable space, a ballroom, several meeting rooms, a business center, and a convention center close to the beach.

The Sofitel Dongguan West is located in the business district of Huanghe, not far from Guangzhou, Shenzhen and Hong Kong. The hotel's dining facilities will include a lobby lounge, a tearoom, a Chinese restaurant, a Japanese restaurant and a Western restaurant. The hotel will offer 443 guestrooms including 85 suites, a ballroom, several meeting rooms, a business center, a fitness club (So Fit), a spa, an indoor pool, and shops.

Between Macau and Hong Kong, the Sofitel Guangzhou Sunrich will be located in Tianhe, the busiest central business district in Guangzhou. With 496 rooms including 46 suites, the hotel will provide a variety of adaptable space, a ballroom, several meeting rooms and a business center. Leisure travelers will be catered for with a fitness club (So Fit), spa (So Spa), indoor pool, beauty parlor, a games room, and a pool room.






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