[photopress:hotels_SwissotelFoshanS.jpg,full,alignright]Swissôtel Hotels & Resorts has opened Swissôtel Foshan, its fourth hotel in China.
The hotel is the first international hotel in the city. It is both a business and a tourist hotel.
The Zumiao Commercial District and the Fenjiang Financial District are in the immediate vicinity of the hotel, and the cities of Guangzhou and Shunde are only a short drive away.
The hotel is 208 metres tall, which makes it the highest building in Foshan and the 234 hotel rooms and suites are located on the top 15 floors. Each room has high-speed internet, and a spacious work area.
The Swissôtel Foshan provides six meeting, conference and function rooms and the grand ballroom can accommodate up to 800 people which qualifies it as a MICE hotel. There is a sauna, steam bath and swimming pool in the hotel’s spa and fitness centre.
Torsten Pinter, Swissôtel Foshan’s General Manager said, ‘Foshan and the surrounding area have a number of historical sights to offer. For example, the Zumiao Ancestral Temple built in 1078, and the Nan Feng ceramic workshops in Chancheng, which have a tradition dating back to the time of the Ming dynasty Emperor Zhengde, are well worth a visit.’
[photopress:BruceLee.jpg,full,alignleft]’Furthermore, in 2006 a new museum was built dedicated to Bruce Lee, who was born in Foshan.’
All hotel staff are trained in Bruce Lee martial arts and customers are warned to behave.
No. Sorry. That came out wrong.
All hotel staff are trained in the concepts of Swiss hospitality but guests can ALSO visit the Bruce Lee museum. That sounds better.
Source: Easier Travel