DoubleTree by Hilton has recently opened a property in the centre of the China-Singapore Suzhou Industrial Park.
"The opening of DoubleTree by Hilton Suzhou is a great addition that reinforces Hilton Worldwide's presence in the strategically important economic hub of eastern China," said Bruce McKenzie, senior vice president of operations, Greater China & Mongolia, Hilton Worldwide.
Designed by renowned architect Hiroshi Miyakawa, the hotel features 357 guest rooms and 181 one-, two-, and three-bedroom suites, which are equipped with full kitchens and separate living and work areas ideal for longer-stay guests. Amenities include 40-inch LCD televisions and high-speed Internet access.
The new hotel also features a 24-hour business centre and ample meeting space including a 1,000-sqm pillarless grand ballroom and an adjoining 2,000-sqm studio. Guests can make the most of their leisure time at the hotel's spa, indoor pool and 24-hour fitness centre.
A variety of dining and entertainment options are on offer including all-day dining bistro, OPEN; YUXI Chinese, which offers 11 private dining rooms; BACIO, which offers traditional Italian fare; YUAN lobby lounge, which offers a comfortable space for informal meetings; and Beer Society sports bar. Guests can also drop in to GRAB & GO for snacks and baked goods.
DoubleTree by Hilton Suzhou is located just 2.5 km from Suzhou Park Railway Station, which connects to Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport as well as numerous major cities.