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Banyan Tree Chongqing Beibei Hot Spring Resort Set for Summer Opening

Chongqing in Western China is known for its North Hot Springs, which are said to be made up of naturally healing waters. Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts, an international hotel group that runs 30 resorts and hotels, more than 60 spas, 80 retail galleries and golf courses, will now be the first international hotel to launch a hot spring resort in Chongqing.

The Banyan Tree Chongqing Beibei is located 40 minute from the city center of Chongqing and is slated to open in the summer of 2013. With 107 suites, seven outdoor and indoor hot spring pools, the award-winning Banyan Tree Spa, and many restaurants will make the Banyan Tree Chongqin Beibei a full-service facility. With the opening of this property, Banyan Tree aims to blend the local nature and culture with exciting vacation offerings. For more information about the facilities and offerings, go to: http://www.breakingtravelnews.com/news/article/banyan-tree-chongqing-beibei-set-for-summer-opening/.

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