The Grand Ho­tel’s new rooms fuse tra­di­tion with the fu­ture

The China Post - - TAIWAN BUSINESS -

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.

Cour­tesy of The Grand Ho­tel

The well-lit Grand Ho­tel is seen in this un­dated file photo. The ho­tel re­cently com­pleted an ex­ten­sive ren­o­va­tion that was started last year.

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