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Millennium & Copthorne takes M brand into China

Millennium & Copthorne has expanded its portfolio of hotels in China with the opening of the M Hotel Chengdu, capital of Sichuan province in China.

Nestled closed to Shuangliu International Airport, Chengdu High Tech Zone Park, as well as Xin Nan Tian Di, an area with high-end housing, luxurious villas and shopping malls, the 196-room M Hotel Chengdu is M&C’s latest venture in China.

Each room at the M Hotel Chengdu comes with a spacious balcony, a separate working area and a flat screen television, while deluxe and ensuite rooms boast furnished kitchenettes that are ideal for guests on short stays or long term lease.

The hotel has two well-equipped business meeting rooms. Other hotel facilities include a gym, indoor pool, squash court, table tennis area, a billiard room, kid’s area as well as a library.

Millennium & Copthorne Hotel in Chengdu, Sichuan Province, China

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