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December 29, 2021updated 07 Jan 2022 8:04am

Shangri-La adds new hotel in Beijing ahead of 2022 Olympics

Shangri-La Shougang Park, Beijing will serve as one of the official hotels of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Luxury hotels and resorts company Shangri-La Group has unveiled its new property ahead of 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

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The new Shangri-La Shougang Park, Beijing offers 283 rooms and suites that range from 42 to 84m2 in size.

Decorated in an Asian style, these rooms provide views of Shijingshan Hill, Yongding River and Qunming Lake.

The hotel is a transformation of an old power plant, which was led by Italian designer Piero Lissoni. It caters to the requirements of business travellers as well as leisure guests.

It has two restaurants including an all-day dining, Shang Market catering buffet and Shang Brew, which serves craft beers.

Other facilities include a lobby lounge called Power Station featuring a botanical garden, 1,400m2 of indoor events space including a ballroom which can accommodate up to 700 people and five multifunctional rooms that can host various events.

A fitness centre, family suites and onsite children’s playground Buds are slated to open in 2022.

Shangri-La Group China chief operating officer, deputy CEO and Operations executive vice-president Sunny Paw said: “Shangri-La Shougang Park, Beijing, epitomises our brand’s fresh interpretation of our classic Asian hospitality, and represents the next chapter of our story.

“Through bold, innovative designs, we have developed a contemporary, stylish hotel experience inspired by the city’s magnificent steel heritage to create one of the most anticipated destinations for domestic and international guests.”

Shangri-La Shougang Park, Beijing will serve as one of the official hotels of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics.

Several hotel and mixed-use development projects of Shangri-La Group are coming up in Australia, Bahrain, Mainland China, Cambodia, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia.

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