Radisson Blu has announced the opening of its first property in Hangzhou, China. Located in the city’s commercial district, Radisson Blu Hangzhou Xintiandi is a 50-minute drive from Xiaoshan International Airport. In addition to this, the hotel is 10km from West Lake, a  Unesco World Heritage landscape.

Commenting on this new opening, Gary Ye, vice-president of operations, China, Radisson Hotel Group said, “Hangzhou is one of China’s most dynamic cities, a booming provincial capital that is becoming an international hub of trade and tourism. This makes it the perfect location for Radisson Blu, which is focused on expanding in the world’s most desirable destinations. We look forward to introducing new hotels into China’s fast-growing cities in future.”

The 18-storey Radisson Blu Hangzhou Xintiandi adorns a contemporary design with artistic interiors. It comprises 265 rooms and suites that are equipped with high-end amenities. For a more refined stay experience, there is a top floor executive lounge offering a range of bespoke services.

The fourth floor is dedicated to the meetings and banquet facilities with a 450-guest grand ballroom and four function rooms.

The F&B options include a Chinese restaurant with nine private dining rooms and an authentic Japanese outlet, along with a casual café and a lobby lounge. An indoor swimming pool, a Thai-style spa and a fitness centre are some recreational amenities available here.


Namrata Bhandari