Shangri-La re­opens in Changchun af­ter­re­vamp

New look cre­ates trav­el­ers’ oa­sis at the heart of Jilin prov­ince

China Daily (USA) - - HOSPITALITY - By ZHUAN TI zhuanti@chi­

Shangri-La Ho­tel, Changchun, has re­vamped its fa­cil­i­ties and is now of­fer­ing gue­strooms and ser­viced apart­ments that it is con­fi­dent will meet the high­est ex­pec­ta­tions of busi­ness trav­el­ers and fam­i­lies alike. Changchun is the cap­i­tal of North­east China’s Jilin prov­ince. Its name means Long Spring, so it is per­haps fit­ting that af­ter 11 months of ded­i­cated ef­forts, the ho­tel has blos­somed with its new look.

De­signed by HLA In­ter­na­tional in Hong Kong, the newly up­graded gue­strooms and ser­viced apart­ments are equipped with ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy and re­side within com­plete liv­ing fa­cil­i­ties that prom­ise to pro­vide guests with con­ve­nience and a high-qual­ity life­style, re­flect­ing the ho­tel’s ser­vice ethos of “I know this city, but I know you more”.

Ev­ery facet of the ser­viced apart­ments — from the au­to­matic heated clothes racks to the bed­side read­ing lamps — is dis­tinc­tive and de­signed to cre­ate an ap­peal­ing and com­fort­able home-away-from-home in the most en­vi­able life­style in the prov­ince’s com­mer­cial, po­lit­i­cal and cul­tural hub.

Ameni­ties at the ho­tel in­clude a health club on the third floor, equipped with an in­door swim­ming pool, ad­vanced gym, sauna, steam bath and Jacuzzi.

Shen Café of­fers not only a de­li­cious va­ri­ety of foods but also fun, as din­ers can make their own cream puffs at the dessert sta­tion, and the salad sta­tion is pre­sented as a gar­den with a small sta­tion where guests can add all kinds of sauces.

The farm-to-ta­ble phi­los­o­phy has al­ways been the defin­ing prin­ci­ple of Shangri-La’s sig­na­ture Shang Palace restau­rants, and the Shang Palace at ShangriLa Ho­tel, Changchun, sources most of its veg­eta­bles, beef and other in­gre­di­ents from lo­cal or­ganic farms.

To cel­e­brate the launch of the new gue­strooms and ser­viced apart­ments, Shangri-La Ho­tel, Changchun, is of­fer­ing a spe­cial busi­ness pack­age cre­ated for busi­ness trav­el­ers, start­ing from only 1,150 yuan ($173) per night.

It in­cludes ac­com­mo­da­tion in one of the newly de­signed gue­strooms, com­pli­men­tary buf­fet break­fast and din­ner, a wel­come fruit plate, 10 per­cent off ho­tel laun­dry and limou­sine ser­vices, free use of the in­door swim­ming pool and fit­ness cen­ter fa­cil­i­ties and free wire­less in­ter­net.

Guests stay­ing in the Hori­zon Club rooms will en­joy ex­clu­sive club ben­e­fits. Bookings of three or more rooms at the same time en­ti­tle guests to free up­grade to the next cat­e­gory for one room. This of­fer is valid un­til Dec 31.

In ad­di­tion, from now un­til Sept 30, guests who stay two con­sec­u­tive nights will en­joy 10 per­cent off the best avail­able rate, which starts from only 619 yuan per night, as well as a wel­come fruit plate, free use of the in­door swim­ming pool and fit­ness cen­ter fa­cil­i­ties and gue­stroom wire­less in­ter­net ac­cess.


Top: Shangri-La Ho­tel, Changchun, is de­signed to cre­ate an ap­peal­ing home-away-from-home in an en­vi­able life­style. Left: The ho­tel’s lobby lounge. Right: The ho­tel sources most of its veg­eta­bles, beef and other menu in­gre­di­ents from lo­cal or­ganic farms.

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