Shangri-La debuts in Xiamen, China

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts have opened the 325-room Shangri-La Hotel, Xiamen.

Xiamen (Image @istock.com)
Xiamen (Image @istock.com)

With over 2,566 square metres of meeting facilities the new Shangri-La Hotel can cater for meetings, team-building retreats, or private events. 

Just a 10-minute and 20-minute drive away are the conference and exhibition Centre, and the Xiamen International Airport.

Overlooking a long stretch of beach on one side, Shangri-La Hotel, Xiamen is located within the city’s newly developed financial and IT zone, Guanyin Shan Business Centre.

The Horizon Club showcases the hotel’s panoramic sea view with a spacious open-air terrace.

Shangri-La Hotel, Xiamen honours local Minnan-style architecture which is often associated with the use of red bricks, and its public areas showcase local artists’ work and the community’s culture.

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