Hilton Shenyang opened in northeast China. The hotel features 329 guest rooms, three world-class restaurants and nearly 17,000 square feet of meeting space.
"Shenyang, is not only the largest city and business epicenter of northeast China, but also a historically important metropolis with its own rich culture," said Sean Wooden, vice president, brand management, Asia Pacific, Hilton. "Hilton Shenyang infuses excitement into the guest experience with its stunning design, thoughtful amenities and signature Hilton hospitality, [allowing travelers] to make the most of their stays."
The hotel's unique design draws on the historic and cultural heritage of Shenyang, which is considered the birthplace of the Qing Dynasty and has served as the imperial capital for two emperors.
Traditional Chinese elements, such as detailed silk paintings and the customary incorporation of metal and marble, are smoothly integrated with modern conveniences and aesthetics.
The hotel offers a grand ballroom as well as seven function rooms, comprising 16,700 square feet of flexible meeting space that can be configured with the latest conferencing technology.
The hotel’s dining options are The Feast, designed with an open kitchen for casual all-day dining of international fare; Mukden, serving authentic Liaoning and Cantonese cuisines; and Song, offering a lounge atmosphere.