Dusit Fudu Hotels and Resorts is pleased to announce the signing of a management agreement with Tianjin Antai Minsheng Culture Development Company Limited to manage a 400-room contemporary upscale hotel in Tianjin. dusitD2 Tianjin is located within the Society Hill project, currently being developed into a spectacular tourism and MICE destination. The hotel is linked to a luxurious hot springs complex and a 10,000-square metre convention and exhibition centre, expected to open for business at the end of 2015.
Tianjin is the largest coastal city in northern China. It is approximately 30 minutes from Beijing by high-speed train. The city has more than 300 Fortune 500 companies and is an important hub for high-end industries such as electronic information engineering, automobiles, equipment manufacturing, wide-bodied aircraft assembly and new energy. Tianjin is also a major seaport and a gateway to China’s capital.
Located at Tianjin Hi-Tech Industrial Park, dusitD2 Tianjin is only 5 minutes by car from Tianjin South high-speed train station and the Beijing-Shanghai expressway, and approximately 50 minutes from Tianjin Binhai International Airport. With a chic and modern design, the hotel boasts 400 stylish guest rooms and suites, an iconic lifestyle lobby for fast and efficient check-in, light refreshments and cocktails.
“We welcome dusitD2 Tianjin to our growing portfolio of dusitD2 hotels around the world and eagerly look forward to its opening in Tianjin. dusitD2 Tianjin stands out by catering to the needs and desires of today’s new generation traveller with a distinctive combination of comfort, convenience, technology and service,” Mr. Lim Boon Kwee, President of Dusit Fudu Hotels and Resorts, says.
Mr. Dai Wei Dong, Chairman of Tianjin Antai Minsheng Culture Development Company Limited, expresses his confidence in the management and hospitality expertise of Dusit Fudu Hotels and Resorts, “With warm and efficient service inspired by traditional Thai hospitality, dusitD2 Hotel Tianjin will be a great choice for both business and leisure travellers alike.”