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  • Midea Shunde Foshan profile2020-04-07

    The Midea Shunde Foshan was recently opened in 2019, making it a fantastic choice for those staying in Foshan. The hotel offers easy access to Shunde Railway Station, just 13km away. Seeing Foshan's sights from this hotel is easy with Beijiao Park, Guangzhou Royal Orchid International Golf Club and Sihe Gallery all clo...
  • Himalaya Serviced Apartment (Tianjin Nankai) profile2020-04-08

    Opened in 2019, the Himalaya Serviced Apartment \(Tianjin Nankai\) offers travelers a pleasant stay in Tianjin, whether for business or leisure purposes. When guests have some time on their hands they can make use of the onsite facilities. Airport pickup can be arranged by the hotel upon request. This Himalaya Serviced...
  • Zhuzhou Marriott Hotel profile2020-04-09

    Zhuzhou Marriott Hotel, opened on July 16, 2015, is the first business hotel by Marriott International in Hunan Province, ideally located in the heart of Liyu Central Business District at the core of the city’s high-tech zone. Zhuzhou Marriott Hotel offers 311 spacious guest rooms and suites with a choice of six diffe...
  • Hong Kong developer’s hotels unit brings in robots to beat coronavirus slump2020-04-09

    Hong Kong hotels operator L’hotel Group has turned to robots amid a COVID-19 driven slump in the hospitality sector, with the aim of providing meals to guests and ensuring reduced interaction with staff. The company, which is wholly owned by property developer Chinachem Group, will have three artificial intelligence ...
  • Booking sells $106M Trip.com stake; United may resume China flights | Daily Brief2020-04-09

    Booking Holdings reported on April 7 that it sold 4,500,000 ADSs of Trip.com Group through an affiliated firm at USD 23.45 per ADS in the open market from March 23 to April 3, 2020. The total value of the transaction was more than USD 105.5 million. The world's largest online travel group now holds a 4.93% stake in its...
  • Hainan to build national sports tourism pilot zone2020-04-09

    Hainan issued a five-year plan on developing a national sports tourism pilot zone on Monday, in a bid to help turn the island province into a leading global tourist destination, according to the provincial government's official website. The plan, to be implemented between 2020 to 2025, said the pilot zone is expected ...
  • Travel companies rely on live streaming, advance purchase deals2020-04-19

    The road to recovery for China’s travel industry is still littered with uncertainties though there are early signs of rebound. Travel executives in China all pointed to the effectiveness of offering advance purchase options through live streaming events in their recovery strategies. The live streaming sales approac...
  • Big Three Chinese airlines lost $2 billion as virus kills travel2020-05-03

    The big three state-run Chinese airlines reported a slump in earnings in the first quarter as the coronavirus upended travel demand, but there are signs the worst of the crisis is over for them. China Southern Airlines Co. and China Eastern Airlines Corp. lost RMB 5.3 billion (USD 750 million) and RMB 3.9 billion, res...
  • Shanghai Disneyland’s tickets sell out within minutes ahead of May 11 reopening2020-05-11

    Shanghai Disneyland sold out of tickets for its May 11 reopening after a four-month shutdown, a sign that consumers in China are prepared to spend as the nation recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. The theme park is implementing safety measures, including limiting visitors to one-third of the normal capacity of 80,...
  • Hong Kong’s troubled Ocean Park saved as lawmakers approve HK$5.4 billion relief fund2020-06-01

    Hong Kong’s ailing Ocean Park will be bailed out by the taxpayer after the legislature approved a HK$5.4 billion (USD692 million) relief fund for the attraction to stay afloat for another 12 months. After hours of debate, 32 legislators gave the nod to a lifeline for the home-grown theme park in Aberdeen amid fears o...