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Tianlun Will Unveil Soon Radegast Hotel Guiyang Baoli In China

Beijing, China (April 01, 2010) / — As the third "Radegast" hotel and as an extended part of the mutual cooperation between Baoli Group and Tianlun International Hotels, Radegast Hotel Guiyang Baoli will unveil itself at the end of this year in the forest city of Guiyang. At present the pre-opening work is in process.

Radegast Hotel Guiyang Baoli is located in the center of China Culture Ecology Model Community-Baoli Hot Spring New Town, near the river and surrounded by the mountain, where boasts forest, hot spring and beautiful scenery. Poly Hot Spring Spa, attached to the hotel, is a 4A hot spring tourist site. Covering an area of ten hectares, the hot spring spa is fully equipped with indoor and outdoor hot spring pools, restaurants, rooms, SPA and recreation facilities. The hot spring zone has forty-three pools in different recipes and the spring is rich of various chemical materials. Radegast Hotel Guiyang Baoli is just near Poly Hot Spring Spa. As a landmark, the hotel is a five-star hotel combining natural beauty, architectural art and human connotation altogether. With the ripe experience in high-end hot spring hotel running, Tianlun International Hotels is confident with the future of the hotel.

Contact Details
  • Tianlun International Hotels
    Anna Wang
    +8610-59070333 EXT. 852

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