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Fairmont develops a new hotel in the East of Chine

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts announced the development of a new hotel in Suzhou in the East of China. This new property should add 390 rooms to the brand’s portfolio in the country, with an opening scheduled in 2018.

The luxury brand Fairmont Hotels & Resorts will have a property in Suzhou, a city with 4 million residents in the east of China in 2018. Fairmont announces it will develop a 390-room hotel in the city with 4000 m² dedicated to business and restaurants, as well as a Spa. The property will be located within a complex under development that will also include offices and retailers, in Shishan, the business and financial core of Suzhou National New Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone - Suzhou New District (SND), near the city's center.

"Fairmont Suzhou marks another key milestone for the Fairmont brand as we continue a steady and strategic pace of expansion into key Chinese markets," said Jennifer Fox, president FRHI International and president of Fairmont. "Not only is Suzhou one of the country's most popular travel destinations on a domestic level, it shows continued strong growth internationally and is increasingly attracting foreign investment. We look forward to providing a luxury base for those travelling to this vibrant city."

Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is a brand in the Fairmont Raffles Hotels International group (FRHI), which already operates several properties in China, and plans to establish a presence in Chengdu, Changsha, Hangzhou, Taiyuan and Nanning by 2019. Moreover, on January 1, 2014, FRHI ranked 27th hotel group worldwide with 41,355 rooms, according to data from the consulting firm MKG Hospitality, founded in 1985 by Georges Panayotis.

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