Pullman opens two hotels in China’s Suzhou, Huizhou

Accor’s upscale hospitality brand Pullman Hotels and Resorts has opened two properties in China, one in Suzhou, which boasts high-speed train access to Shanghai, and the other in Huizhou, a key gateway on the east coast of the Greater Bay Area.

Pullman Suzhou Zhonghui

Pullman Suzhou Zhonghui in Suzhou’s Xiangcheng District offers 413 rooms and suites. Each suite includes a Pullman fitness bag and workout guide with yoga mat, while these items are available upon request in all other room categories.

F&B options include the brand’s signature Junction Bar; Perle Café which offers all-day dining; Lingering Garden which serves up Cantonese and Suzhou cuisines; and Japanese restaurant Mokusei Teppanyaki.

For MICE groups, the hotel features a 1,200m2 column free Grand Ballroom, equipped with a 360-degree and 4D holographic project system; two Junior Ballrooms at 300m2 and 220m2; five meeting rooms, and a terrace space for outdoor events.

Recreational facilities include a Fit Lounge with a 650m2 workout area and an 18m indoor swimming pool with Jacuzzi, a gym, steam bath, sensory showers and yoga room.

Pullman Huizhou Kaisa

In Huizhou, Pullman Huizhou Kais has opened within the city’s downtown district, part of Kaisa Huizhou Building, the tallest building in the city.

There are 307 guestrooms, including 13 suites and 14 family rooms, on offer here, all of which are outfitted with the brand’s signature Pullman Bed.

Guests will have access to recreational facilities such as 2,000m2 recreational space, an indoor swimming pool on the 46th floor, spa; as well as an all-day dining restaurant. Event planners may avail the 10 indoor meeting and function spaces, comprising a 800m2 pillarless Grand Ballroom with built-in LED screen.

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