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  • The number of Chinese travelers above 60 to hit 487 million by 20502019-01-15

    China has an aging population. There were 241 million people aged 60 and above at the end of 2017, and the number is expected to hit 487 million by 2050. The country's aging population will bring new opportunities for the market, and an increasing proportion of consumers will prefer to purchase high-quality products and services, noted Wang Bin, co-founder and president of venture capital and tec...
  • Apple books 50 daily flights to China, spends $150 million a year2019-01-15

    With USD 150 million in revenue generated for United, Apple is the airline’s largest global account. To put things into perspective, the next highest air travel spending by major tech companies like Facebook and Google are listed as only spending “over USD 34 million.” Employees of the Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant are mostly racking up frequent flyer miles heading to Shanghai Pudong Int...
  • Chinese vacation rental firm Sweetome launches first project in North America2019-01-15

    Sweetome, a Chinese property management group announced that its first North American project is being launched in Seattle in the US. The said project is to be managed jointly under its American partner, UHS Holding. This move is seen as a milestone for Sweetome. Jun Luo, Chairman of Sweetome, also announced the setup of Sweetome's North America Office in Vancouver, Canada, to increase the Company...
  • Online travel players Qunar, Meituan reportedly have mass layoffs2018-12-27

    Several big internet companies in China have been reported as cutting jobs since early December, including online travel app Qunar and consumer website Meituan-Dianping. A former employee at Qunar told Caixin its q+ project, under the big accommodation division, has laid off more than 100 people as of December 22. Qunar acknowledged to the Global Times that the project didn't meet its expectatio...
  • China to phase out paper train tickets2018-12-27

    Paper railway tickets set to become a thing of the past in China, with e-tickets set to become the standard, reports Tencent News. Shan Xinghua, director of technology with 12306 China Railway, paperless train travel currently being trialed in Hainan is going to be expanded across the country. Instead of being given a paper slip, passengers will be granted access to the trains by simply showing ...
  • Niccolo Changsha is open2018-12-14

    Simple elegant contemporary chic designs in venues that are standing out in more ways than one. Our Niccolo Kitchen, Tea Lounge and BAR 93 are all located at 93rd Floor providing guests and residents with impressive views across the city scape and Xiang River. Our meticulously designed Roma and Milano event venues on 92nd Floor will become the most sought after private dining venues with impeccabl...
  • Short-haul tours provider 55 km nets millions of yuan in angel funding round2018-11-29

    Short-haul tours provider “55 km” announced that it has received tens of millions of yuan in its angel round of financing, backed by SoulLink Asset, Eagles Fund and Huadan Angel. 55 km started out as a consumer-facing short-haul tours platform and designed distinctive itineraries for domestic travel and tours to Southeast Asia, but it has since extended to include the corporate sector. In June...
  • Hyatt to double China presence with 60 hotels and 22,000 more rooms2018-11-19

    Over the next four years, Hyatt plans to double its presence in China with 60 hotels and 22,000 more rooms in the pipeline, representing nearly one-third of Hyatt's global development pipeline. Hyatt opened its first hotel in China in 1969 and today has grown to 58 hotels, seven brands and more than 19,000 rooms in Greater China. Stephen Ho, President of Greater China Global Operations, shared ...
  • Wanda confirms sale of two tourism units to Sunac China for $900 million2018-11-18

    Wanda Group on Monday confirmed that it has agreed to sell two of its tourism units to Sunac China for 6.28 billion yuan (USD 902 million), after denying an earlier report. The agreement came after “friendly negotiations” with Sunac, a statement posted on Wanda’s website said. Wanda also agreed to unwind a separate hotel management deal with Sunac as part of this transaction. A separate filin...
  • HNA unit offers airline vouchers instead of cash to repay investors2018-11-18

    A financing platform under HNA Group is offering investors air tickets rather than cash as repayment, the latest sign of the financial stress the Chinese conglomerate is under despite a slew of asset sales. Shenzhen-based Qianhai Air & Shipping Exchange that sells wealth management products to retail investors online, is offering tickets from Hainan Airlines or Grand China Air to repay what it ow...

JW Marriott Hotel Hangzhou

The JW Marriott Hotel (Hangzhou JW Wanhao Jiudian) is located near the intersection of Hushu South Road and Miduqiao Road in Gongshu District, within walking distance from Wulin Square. Nearby attractions include Wangxiang Park and department store. It's also close to West Lake Culture Square and Hubin Park. The hotel is 31 kilometers from Xiaoshan International Airport. Opened in 2010, the 26-story hotel offers 307 rooms and suites, equipped with televisions, high-speed Internet, refrigerators, coffee/tea makers, climate control, mini-bars, international direct-dial phones, electric kettles, in-room safes and complementary bottled water. Bathrooms include separate bathtubs and showers, bathrobes, toiletries, hair dryers and makeup/shaving mirrors. Iron/ironing boards, wake-up calls and room service are also available. The hotel property features an indoor swimming pool, Chinese and western restaurants, cafe, gymnasium, concierge servcie, ATM banking service, currency exchange, beauty salon, tour assistance, limousine service, safe-deposit box, shoe shining service and off-street parking. Business facilities include a ballroom, more than ten meeting rooms and a business center.