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Citadines Apart’hotel to Open in Hangzhou

The Ascott Limited (Ascott) has announced that it will be opening a Citadines Apart’hotel in Hangzhou, China.

Offering residents the feeling of home, Citadines Intime City Hangzhou will provide spacious studio, one- and two-bedroom apartments with a fully-equipped kitchen and separate working and sleeping areas. Other facilities at the Citadines will include a business center, meeting room, laundry room, gymnasium, sauna, as well as breakfast and residents’ lounges.

Scheduled to open in late 2014, the 100-unit Citadines Intime City Hangzhou will be Ascott’s 11th Citadines Apart’hotel in China. For more information about Citadines Intime City Hangzhou, visit http://www.citadines.com/en/china/hangzhou/intime_city.html

Scheduled to open in late 2014, the 100-unit Citadines Intime City Hangzhou will be Ascott’s 11th Citadines Apart’hotel in China

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