Data from ForwardKeys reveals that domestic air travel in China during New Year was 69 per cent down on the equivalent period in 2019, when travel was at normal, pre-pandemic levels.
Dusit International has signed a management agreement with Fengshun Jindebao Kaiyue International Hot Springs Hotel to rebrand and manage its property.
Located on Hangzhou Bay in the Fengxian seaside district, just an hour’s drive south of metropolitan Shanghai, the new hotel promises to be a sophisticated and luxurious.
Minor Hotels’ globe-spanning network of proprieties ensures that the group is well poised for development in a Chinese market where the appetite for leisure travel has never been greater.
As the largest accommodation inventory Hilton Garden Inn in Greater China, the 407-room hotel is conveniently located in the exhibition new city area of Bao’an district, Shenzhen.
Etihad has unveiled plans for another route to China, with flights from Beijing to Abu Dhabi to launch on December 7th. The service will operate weekly using a Boeing 787 Dreamliner.
Marriott has welcomed the opening of Renaissance Shenzhen Bay Hotel in Nanshan, an affluent district to the south-west of Shenzhen. The opening marks the second hotel from the brand in the city.
Marriott International has welcomed the opening of Fuzhou Marriott Hotel Riverside in the capital city of Fujian province, China. The new hotel is located in the heart of Donghu Digital Town.
American Airlines is moving flights to the biggest airport in the world, the new Beijing Daxing International Airport, when service returns from Dallas-Fort Worth.
Drawing inspiration from the vibrant energy and lush greenery of Pudong District, the hotel is designed to create a contemporary urban retreat that connects guests with nature.
ForwardKeys is predicting that domestic air travel in China, which has been growing progressively in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, will reach a full recovery by the start of September.
Ascott is adding over 1,000 units across six new lyf properties secured in Melbourne, Australia; Beijing, Hangzhou, Shanghai and Xi’an, China; and Manila, the Philippines.