DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang has opened, located in the culturally historic 1,500-year-old town of Nanxiang, now an up-and-coming business district in Shanghai Jiading.
As the only international hotel in Nanxiang, the modern business hotel prides itself as an ideal destination for business travellers with extensive meeting and recreational facilities.
DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang is owned by Junfeng International Group and managed by Hilton.
“With its strategic proximity to several industrial, automobile zones, and the Hongqiao transportation hub, this property is not only Jiading District’s first international hotel, but is also a strong addition to the DoubleTree by Hilton portfolio, as it caters to the growing demands of the district’s many business travellers,” said Qian Jin, area president, Greater China and Mongolia, Hilton.
“A rapidly developing centre for commerce and a growing industrial hub, Nanxiang serves as a strategic location for Hilton as we continue to make significant investments to exceed the expectations of the region’s modern business and leisure travellers.”
DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang is ideally located near Jiading and Nanxiang industrial zones, Jiading Automobile Zone and several popular tourist attractions, including Guyi Garden, Yunxiang Temple and Nanxiang Ancient Town.
The hotel is also right across the Nanxiang Economic Development Zone and 18 kilometres away from both the National Exhibition and Convention Centre and Hongqiao International Airport.
“We are thrilled with the tremendous growth DoubleTree by Hilton continues to experience in the Asia-Pacific region, with almost half of our 200 hotels in the pipeline serving this area of the world,” said Shawn McAteer, senior vice president and global head, DoubleTree by Hilton.
“With our comfortable guest rooms, modern amenities, and signature, warm DoubleTree by Hilton Cookie welcome, each guest can enjoy a travel experience that offers more in convenience and personalized service at DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Nanxiang.”