Touch Switzer­land, ex­pe­ri­ence Swis­stouches

China Daily (Hong Kong) - - BUSINESS - By ZHUAN TI zhuanti@chi­

Swis­stouches Ho­tel Xi’an is the first Swiss lux­ury busi­ness and leisure ho­tel in the cap­i­tal city of Shaanxi prov­ince.

A new, in­spir­ing brand with ori­gins in the beau­ti­ful Swiss Alps, Swis­stouches Ho­tels and Re­sorts en­tered China in 2010.

It of­fers the fa­mous Swiss hos­pi­tal­ity ser­vice and qual­ity with a fo­cus on mak­ing all busi­ness and leisure guests feel very wel­come un­der the motto “our ho­tel is your home”.

“Swis­stouches aims to bring unique Swiss hos­pi­tal­ity ex­pe­ri­ences de­liv­ered with the high-qual­ity stan­dards of a Swiss watch into the Chi­nese mar­ket,” said Ian Lar­mour, CEO of the com­pany.

“We are very proud that, this year, the Swiss Chi­nese Cham­ber of Com­merce in Bei­jing pre­sented us with the pres­ti­gious Swiss 2013 Busi­ness Award — Startup of the Year.

“It is a true honor for Swis­stouches Ho­tels to get this award, and we will work en­thu­si­as­ti­cally to de­velop this beau­ti­ful Swiss hos­pi­tal­ity brand into more cities in China soon.”

Swis­stouches has worked closely with top in­ter­na­tional ho­tel de­sign­ers from HBA De­sign to com­plete a ho­tel con­cept with 318 bed­rooms, more than 100 mem­o­rable unique points in all as­pects of de­sign, food and bev­er­age, a beau­ti­ful hot spring — Swis­stouches Spa, a meet­ing cen­ter, and a beau­ti­ful walled gar­den which has re­cently be­come the home of Zach and Heidi, two very friendly Swiss St Bernard dogs with their air­con­di­tioned Suite 319, and they are very pop­u­lar with the ho­tel guests and em­ploy­ees.

To cel­e­brate Swiss National Day, Swis­stouches Ho­tel Xi’an will launch some spe­cial pro­mo­tions and dis­counts in the Swis­stouches Café, and at the same time, guests can en­joy a unique mu­sic fes­ti­val in the Swistyle Bar.

For its qual­ity ser­vice and fa­cil­i­ties, the ho­tel was granted the pres­ti­gious Swiss 2013 Busi­ness Award — Startup of the Year.

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