Jin Jiang International Hotels has outlined plans to open a new property, Yin Run Jin Jiang Resort Anji, in eastern China at the end of Q4, 2014.

Located in Anji county in northwestern Zhejiang province, the hotel will be Jin Jiang’s first theme park hotel with a grand classic European castle-like exterior and a manmade river surrounding the main entrance.

It will feature 343 spacious guestrooms and suites, each equipped with modern high-end amenities. In addition, there will be 43 Hello Kitty-themed guestrooms and suites adorned with designs of the iconic character, right from the bedding and slippers to the mouthwash packaging.

"It will feature 343 spacious guestrooms and suites, each equipped with modern high-end amenities."

The hotel has a large 670m², column-free, multi-functional banquet hall which can hold up to 350 people and is designed to cater to various events.

It will also include a selection of gourmet Chinese and Western restaurants and will feature eight European style private dining rooms. Additional facilities will include a fully equipped business centre, a fitness centre and an indoor swimming pool.

Jin Jiang International chief executive officer Simon Zhang said: "We are thrilled about the opening of Yin Run Jin Jiang Resort Anji. It will join two already opened Jin Jiang branded hotels in the thriving Zhejiang province, seeing the expansion of our growing brand awareness within China’s eastern region.

"This is a highly anticipated opening for us as it not only will be our first property to be located in Anji, it will also be our very first theme park hotel, which I am confident will run with great success. This hotel will serve as an ideal getaway for leisure guests and families to relax in amongst the tranquility of this beautiful place that is Anji."

Jin Jiang International is China’s premier hospitality conglomerate, owner, developer and operator of hotels across all market segments. The group owns and operates a collection of over 1,566 distinctive hotels and inns in more than 280 cities and towns within 31 provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities across China.