DoubleTree by Hilton has announced the launch of a major new luxury hotel resort in China.
This latest addition to its collection of hotels features 284 rooms and is located in the central part of Chongqing GuanYinQiao.
The launch represents the seventh opening of a resort by the company as it moves to capitalise on affluent tourists embarking on luxury holidays to China.
The hotel is likely to be a popular choice with foreign holidaymakers because it is located next to the BeiChengTianJie commercial and recreational promenade and is connected to the luxury Starlight 68 shopping mall, which features a host of designer consumer goods.
It is also near the Sincere Centre Office Building and is a ten-minute drive to the Chongqing North Railway Station, which connects tourists to other parts of the country.
Guests at the new development will be able to take advantage of the brand’s signature services, such as the custom of presenting chocolate chip cookies to new arrivals upon check-in, first-rate amenities and the rewards of the Hilton Honors guest loyalty programme.
Rob Palleschi, global head of DoubeTree by Hilton, said: “With strong demand and an increasing affinity for international brands in China, the opening of DoubleTree by Hilton Chongqing North is a proud moment as we continue to experience one of the most robust global development pipelines in our brand’s history.”
He added that the hotel will be a welcome new addition to resorts currently on offer across Chongqing and China at large.
Martin Rinck, president of Hilton Worldwide Asia Pacific, said the new development in Chongqing features “outstanding” hospitality, modern guest rooms and a convenient location and represents exactly the type of development it plans to establish in other cities beyond the eastern seaboard.
DoubleTree by Hilton currently operates hotels in Beijing, Huaqiao, Qingdao-Chengyang, Sanya-Haitang Bay, Wuxi and Wuxi-Lingshan.