AccorHotels has opened a trio of new hotels at a major new Chinese theme park.
The three new hotels, which will operate under the Pullman, Novotel and Mercure brands, add almost 1,400 rooms to the new Nanchang Wanda Cultural Tourism City complex, which is located in southeast China’s Jiangxi province.
Described by some as a rival to the new Shanghai Disneyland, the huge Wanda park covers 200 hectares and features outdoor and indoor amusement parks, hotels and resorts, interactive cinemas, large shopping malls and multiple dining options. Stand-out amenities include Asia’s largest aquarium, China’s fastest, highest and longest rollercoaster, and the country’s highest “drop tower”.
The new hotels include the 403-room Pullman Nanchang Wanda, 504-room Mercure Nanchang Wanda and 481-room Novotel Nanchang Wanda. All three hotels feature their own facilities, including F&B outlets, while the Pullman also has an 800m² ballroom for events.
As well as the three AccorHotels, Wanda is planning a further six hotels at the park including its own luxury Wanda Vista Hotel, which is already open.
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