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Hilton Fuzhou expands company presence in Asia

Hilton Fuzhou expands company presence in Asia

Hilton Fuzhou expands company presence in Asia

Visitors to the rapidly expanding city of Fuzhou now have access to some of the most striking views in the city with the opening of Hilton Fuzhou.

The coastal city’s second Hilton property, Hilton Fuzhou occupies levels one, four and 39-55 of the iconic Sandi Lianbang Building and is conveniently located in the thriving Jiangbin region, near the Fuzhou International Finance Centre and Wanglongtai Park. 

“Fuzhou is one of China’s fastest growing cities, attracting large numbers of business and leisure travellers with its robust economy, pleasant weather and historical significance,” said Sean Wooden, vice president, brand management, Asia Pacific, Hilton.

“The opening of our second Hilton property in Fuzhou underscores our commitment to providing Hilton’s signature hospitality to guests in the places that matter to them the most.”


Hilton Fuzhou has 331 well-appointed, building-top rooms and suites featuring floor-to-ceiling windows that offer breathtaking views of the city and riverfront.

The guest room bathrooms feature contemporary amenities including stand-alone bathtubs and showers stocked with a full set of refreshing bath products.

The executive guest rooms and suites come with executive lounge privileges such as daily buffet breakfasts, afternoon tea and evening cocktails.

The hotel provides 11 versatile function rooms, including three ballrooms, featuring state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment and access to a special vehicle lift, making it the ideal destination for any meeting or event.

“Hilton is committed to expanding our presence in China,” said Qian Jin, area president, Greater China & Mongolia, Hilton.

“We have a robust pipeline that is more than two times our current portfolio in this strategically critical market.

“We recently celebrated our 100th hotel opening here, and are pleased to be adding Hilton Fuzhou to our portfolio in Southern China.”