Accor Greater China with Changzhou High-Speed Railway Town and Changzhou High-Tech Group has signed a multiple property hospitality project in Changzhou High Speed Rail New Town.

This development includes Sofitel Changzhou, Novotel Changzhou, and the Novotel Living Changzhou extended stay hotel.

The announcement follows the opening of Accor’s 700th hotel in China, the Sofitel Shanghai North Bund, last month.

Accor Greater China CEO Gary Rosen said: “Working with Changzhou High-Tech Group, we have the ideal opportunity to create an inspired mix of luxury, midscale and extended stay hotels that we believe will be ideally suited to the vibrant and booming community of Changzhou High Speed Rail New Town.”

Sofitel Changzhou will feature 310 guest rooms, a spa and wellness centre with a pool, an executive lounge, and dining options and meeting facilities, including two ballrooms.

In Changzhou International Talent Plaza, Accor will create a tower for Novotel Changzhou with 324 guest rooms and a second tower will house the 223-room Novotel Living Changzhou.

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Changzhou High-Speed Railway Town and Changzhou High-Tech Group Party Committee secretary, chairman and general manager Ge Yafang said: “Accor is an obvious leader when it comes to offering a wide range of the world’s most renowned hospitality brands, such as Sofitel and Novotel, which we are excited to bring to the city of Changzhou.

“The addition of Novotel Living will add a modern and fresh spin on the hospitality experience, which is particularly important to the young business travellers who are increasingly travelling to Changzhou and wanting to connect with the local community.”

Accor intends to open over 100 hotels by the end of the year and has more than 150 development projects in progress.