Tivoli Hotels & Resorts opens first hotel in China

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Tivoli Hotels & Resorts is to open a new hotel this year in China in its first foray into the Chinese market.

The hotel will be in capital of Sichuan province Chengdu – one of the main economic, commercial and financial centres of South-West China.
Recognised for its mild climate and typical cuisine, Chengdu is also a hub for research and famous for breeding giant pandas and attracts around 3.5 million visitors a year who also visit its historic attractions.
This new hotel is being built in partnership with the Chengdu Urban and Rural Construction Development Company Qingyang Ltd.
Situated in the west of Chengdu by the commercial and trade fairs and conventions centre Chengdu International Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Park, it is also near to Nancaoping Ecology Park and Tianfu Golf Course.
The park was created to promote cultural exchanges, showcasing various cultures of the world with works in paper and wood painting. Throughout the year also hosts a number of recreational activities and entertainment which celebrate cultural diversity.
With its opening slated for the end of 2019, the Tivoli Chengdu at Cultural Heritage Park is next to Oaks Chengdu at Cultural Heritage Park and has 400 types of accommodation from deluxe rooms to suites and apartments.
The two properties will feature eight restaurant options including all-day dining, Chinese cuisine, cafés and a lounge bar area. Guests can also enjoy the facilities of the luxury spa, a fitness centre and a children’s playground and high-tech banqueting and business meeting rooms.
Tivoli Hotels & Resorts has its origins in Lisbon in 1933. The brand began an expansion plan to Brazil in 2007 and more recently to Qatar.
The group today is part of Minor Hotels which manages 16 hotels in Portugal, Brazil and Qatar. In Portugal it has five-star units in Lisbon and Sintra, Évora and the Algarve.