Le Meridien debuts in Shenyang

Le Meridien debuts in Shenyang

Le Méridien Hotels & Resorts has announced the opening of Le Méridien Shenyang, Heping, marking the first Le Méridien property in Northeast China.

Le Méridien Shenyang, Heping features 296 rooms and suites with high-speed Wi-Fi access, 55-inch flat-panel TV, with a separate deep-soaking tub and rain shower.

The brand’s signature Le Méridien Hub will create a space for daytime work and evening cocktails and features the ‘Ai Mei Midsummer’ artwork inspired by local dancing handkerchiefs of the Chinese folk art.

Latest Recipe restaurant will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets; Le  Mei offers Chinese cuisine, and Latitude 42 has drinks, petit plates and coffee. Meeting venues totaling 1,000 sqm and there is a spa, fitness centre and swimming pool.

Known as ‘Mukden’ in the Qing Dynasty, Shenyang is home to the Shenyang Palace Museum, Shenyang Zhaoling Tomb, Marshal Zhang’s Mansion and Zhongshan Plaza. The Shenyang Taoxian International Airport (SHE) is located within 40-minute drive from the hotel, and Shenyang North Train Station can be reached by car in 30 minutes.

“As the brand’s 15th property in Greater China and the first in the North East, this hotel is illustrative of the brand’s robust growth over the past several years, hitting its stride with guests and locals as well as owners and developers in the region,” said Stephen Ho, chief executive officer, Greater China, Marriott International.

“Shenyang has historically been a titan of heavy industries, and in recent years, the city has seen greater contributions from tertiary industries and boasts robust luxury consumption in Northeast China.”

Brian Povinelli, global brand leader for Le Méridien, added: “Le Méridien Shenyang, Heping provides an inspirational platform for travelers in a cosmopolitan and cultural setting, helping guests embark on a journey of multifaceted discoveries.

“Through the brand signature programs and experiences that the hotel uniquely offers, we are thrilled to connect travelers to the city of Shenyang.”

Simon Willmore
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