Hotel Nikko Wuxi, New Luxury Hotel, Opens In Wuxi, China

2011/08/07

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Hotel Nikko Wuxi, New Luxury Hotel, Opens In Wuxi, China

20110614_2.jpg September 27, 2010, Tokyo – JAL Hotels Co., Ltd. opened Hotel Nikko Wuxi today, a new luxury hotel with five-star-level international facilities and services, offering both Japanese hospitality and local Chinese culture and heritage.

The hotel, built along a very old canal that is to become a UNESCO World Heritage site, is conveniently situated in central Wuxi. With a population of 4.6 million, Wuxi is the center of China’s Jiangnan region waterways and the site of 3,000 years of cultural heritage. It is sometimes called “Little Shanghai,” due to its proximity to Shanghai, fast urbanization and booming economy.

Hotel Nikko Wuxi offers 499 spacious guest rooms with amenities including a large LCD-TV with satellite channels (including CNN) and broadband. The hotel’s dining facilities include Café Serena, which serves an international breakfast buffet; Benkay Japanese restaurant on the top (22nd) floor, with breathtaking views; and Chinese restaurant Toh-Lee, which offers six private rooms. The 6,400-square-foot ballroom, the city’s largest, holds 320 guests, banquet-style. With seven additional meeting spaces, the hotel accommodates all types of meetings and functions. Other facilities include an indoor swimming pool, fitness center, massage room and beauty salon.

The hotel is easily accessible for both domestic and international travelers, and expects to welcome both. It is a 10-minute-drive to the hotel from Wuxi’s railroad station, and 25-minute-drive from Wuxi’s international airport. A high-speed train shortens the two-hour car ride from Shanghai to 40 minutes.

Hotel Nikko Wuxi will offer opening rates for guests in Superior rooms from September 28-December 31, 2010. For reservations, visit http://www.nikkowuxi.com/.

About Nikko Hotels International
Nikko Hotels International is an international luxury hotel group operated by JAL Hotels Co., Ltd. (http://www.jalhotels.com), headquartered in Tokyo. In addition to Nikko Hotels, JAL Hotels also operates Hotel JAL City, a chain of 13 mid-priced hotels in Japan for business travelers. JAL Hotels Co., Ltd. currently has 58 hotels worldwide, in Europe, the Americas, the Middle East and throughout Japan and the Asia/Pacific region.

In 2010, JAL Hotels plans to open one hotel in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and two hotels in China: the 471-room Hotel JAL Tower Dubai, a Nikko Hotels International property; the 388-room Hotel Nikko Shanghai; and the 500-room Hotel Nikko Wuxi. In 2011, the company plans to open four hotels: the 300-room JAL Bahrain Resort & Spa, a Nikko Hotels International property, in Bahrain; the 411-room Hotel Nikko Guangzhou in China; the 436-Rooms Hotel Nikko Xiamen also in China; and the 335-room Hotel Nikko Saigon in Vietnam. For more information and photos, visit http://jalhotels.com/jp/mediaroom/

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