Mariott Hotels, a signature brand of Mariott International, has continued its expansion into China with the opening of the Hangzhou Marriott Hotel Qianjiang, under management agreement with the Hangzhou UDC Group.
About 33-minute drive from Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport, and 20-minute drive from Hangzhou East Railway Station; the hotel is the first Marriott Hotels brand in Hangzhou and is expected to develop into a popular tourist destination and commercial center, while providing world-class meeting service and spatial combination to the whole Hangzhou area.
The Hangzhou Marriott Hotel Qianjiang offers 348 spacious guest rooms, including 283 elegant and luxurious guestrooms and suites, and enjoys a unique geographical location in Qianjiang New Town CBD by the Qiantang River overlooking the breath-taking view of river tide.
The rooms are designed with an upgraded look with tailored solutions that are as inventive as the guest, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and services. Guests can also enjoy the view from the indoor-outdoor Lounge, one of four dining options that also include a signature Japanese restaurant.
Within walking distance of shopping, dining and entertainment at MixC shopping center and near the Hangzhou Civic Center, the hotel is the ideal venue for meetings and events with nearly 20,000 square feet of event space, including a 200-capacity balcony and lawn.
The Hangzhou Marriott Hotel Qianjiang offers a range of wellness options for travelers with a Fitness Center and an indoor swimming pool that open 24 hours a day and a spa center with six individual treatment rooms, enabling guests to feel refreshed and rejuvenated.
“Marriott Hotels is committed to providing a superior stay for our guests. We are delighted to announce that the Marriott Hotels brand with more than 70 years of history has now come to Hangzhou. The addition of Hangzhou Marriott Hotel Qianjiang represents the 28th Marriott Hotels brand in China and the first in Hangzhou, and allows us to set the new standard of service in this important regional market.”
said Henry Lee, Chief Operations Officer of Marriott International, Greater China.