Hilton opens Hilton Quanzhou Riverside

Hilton Hotels & Resorts has opened Hilton Quanzhou Riverside in the heart of Quanzhou, Fujian Province's largest metropolitan area.

Hilton opens Hilton Quanzhou Riverside
Hilton opens Hilton Quanzhou Riverside

The hotel offers a total of 2,940 sqm of meeting and banquet space that can be configured for events of any size. The flexible spaces include a 1,368 sqm pillar-less grand ballroom, a 600 sqm banquet foyer with a view of the river, a VIP room, a boardroom, and seven meeting rooms.

The 25-story, 296-room riverfront hotel is only five miles from Quanzhou Jinjiang International Airport. The property is also near to attractions including Kaiyuan Temple, Qingyuan Mountain, as well as the shopping destinations of Wanda Plaza and Live Show Creative Park.

Guests who stay in executive rooms and suites will also enjoy access to the executive lounge, which offers 180-degree views, complimentary breakfast, afternoon tea, and happy hour drinks.

Facilities include a heated indoor pool with an underwater sound system, steam rooms and 24-hour fitness center.

Food and beverage concepts include all day restaurant Kitchencraft serving Western and Asian cuisines; GU XIANG, a Chinese restaurant offering 14 private dining rooms, including three with outdoor seating areas and river views, and The Horizon serving afternoon tea.

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