Dusit Hotels and Resorts announces the launch of the Dusit Thani Fudu Qingfeng Garden Hotel Changzhou, previously known as the Fudu Qingfeng Garden Hotel, after a renovation to bring the hotel in line with the Dusit Thani brand.Comprising two towers, the premier hotel offers 349 guestrooms and suites in the west of the city, approximately 15 minutes by car from the Changzhou Railway and Airport. Changzhou city is located 40 minutes from Shanghai and Nanjing by high-speed train.
Located within the lush forest of Qingfeng Park, the main tower boasts 88 spacious and luxurious rooms with splendid garden and lake views, in addition to four lavishly designed and pillarless banquet halls. The second tower, also known as the Zhonghang Tower, covers a vast area of approximately 42,000 square metres. It offers 261 well-appointed rooms, blending modern design with a Chinese aesthetic and floor-to-ceiling windows where guests can enjoy picturesque views of the surrounding tree lined streets and pathways. The Zhonghang Tower also has a pillarless grand ballroom and six multi-function rooms, totalling nearly 2,100 square metres.
The Dusit Thani Fudu Qingfeng Garden Hotel, Changzhou also offers four restaurants and bars including the renowned Tian Xiang Lou, an exquisite Chinese restaurant serving authentic Huaiyang, Shanghainese and Cantonese cuisines; Coffee Garden, featuring international fare from its signature open-plan kitchen; the Lobby Lounge and Centro Bar, which offers an excellent variety of fine cigars and wines. Its comprehensive recreation centre is a haven for fitness buffs with an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, sauna, massage and a fitness centre.
“We are pleased to bring the Dusit Thani brand, which embodies the richness and tradition of Thai culture, to this vibrant and prosperous city,” says Mr Chen Yong Hua, General Manager of the hotel. “With its unique location, outstanding facilities and gracious Thai hospitality, we are confident that Dusit Thani Fudu Qingfeng Garden Hotel, Changzhou will set a new benchmark in local hospitality.”