Pullman Beijing West Wanda opens in Central and Recreation District

created: 2009-01-13

Located on Chang An Road West, the Shijingshan Road (the main thoroughfare in Beijing), in the center of Shijingshan District, the newly opened Pullman Beijing West Wanda is in the heart of the area designated by the Beijing Government as the new Central and Recreation District of the city.

The hotel is nearby international sporting venues including Wukesong Gymnasium, Laoshan Olympic Velodrome, and the Beijing Shooting Range Hall. Cultural and popular tourist attractions such as the Summer Palace, Fragrant Hills, and Tiananmen Square are also within easy reach of the hotel.

All of the 312 guest-rooms and suites are equipped with complimentary high speed Internet access, voice mail, ergonomic furniture and large desks; and standard in-room facilities include fitness equipment, and flat screen TVs with satellite channels.

Food and beverage outlets include: Cheng Restaurant featuring allCday dining with interactive live cooking buffet offering popular international dishes; Old Shanghai Chinese Restaurant which provides Shanghai-style; EDO Restaurant with fine Japanese cuisine; and the Cosmo Bar with a range of espresso coffees, connoisseur teas, and specialty brandies and cognac.

For MICE the hotel offers a 1,400 square meter ballroom and four flexible meeting rooms. All meeting spaces can be adapted and rooms can be enlarged, transformed and customized according to requirements. Meeting facilities such as WiFi Internet access, state-of-the-art audio visual equipment, flat-screen TV and multi-system video player are also available.

For relaxation there is a spa, fitness centre, swimming pool, and KTV. According to Robert Murray, senior vice president Accor Greater China, "Pullman is one of Accor's fastest growing brands, particularly in China, and the capital is the perfect city for Pullman guests thriving in its fast-growing commerce buzz and cultural heritage."

(China Hospitality News)



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