The Grand Hotel’s new rooms fuse tradition with the future
The Grand Hotel ( ) recently reopened a large number of rooms that underwent renovations in the last year, showing its guests that the new rooms retain the beauty and artistry of the hotel’s renowned traditional Chi- nese architecture with state-of-the-art utilities to combine tradition with the future.
Tourism Bureau Deputy DirectorGeneral Chang Shi- chung ( ), who was invited to the press event that commemorated the launch of the new hotel rooms, said that following the renovation, the entire hotel has evaluated its hardware and software service qualities to become on par with international standards. Such high levels of luxury provide travelers from other countries with the comfort of home while abroad.
According to the hotel, the largescale renovation was conducted under the concept of “Preserving Traditions, Marching into the Future.” The idea seeks to implement a new spirit into the old architecture, the hotel said, by keeping the same traditional furniture and construction designs while incorporating the most updated technology into the hotel.
During his speech Chang also said that the hotel’s new rooms and facilities fully resonate with the new program that is being advocated by the Tourism Bureau this year, which is now being conducted under the four strategic ideals of quality, character, wisdom and sustainability. Reportedly, the new program seeks to boost national tourism on a massive scale.
Chang said that The Grand Hotel has combined classical beauty with innovation, which will provide its guests with luxurious beauty and comfort.
The well-lit Grand Hotel is seen in this undated file photo. The hotel recently completed an extensive renovation that was started last year.