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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has announced that it will open a new 344-bedroom property at the 103-sto- rey, mixed-use Guangzhou International Finance Center in China later this year. Four Seasons Hotel

Guangzhou will occupy floors 69-98 of the Wilkinson Eyre Architects-designed tower, which stands 440m (1,444ſt) tall and overlooks the famous Pearl River Delta. Among hotel’s facilities will

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Te hotel’s Hua Spa will house nine treatment rooms and wet facilities

be the Hua Spa, which will be situated on the 69th floor and will comprise nine treatment rooms including a vitality tub, a private shower and a steamroom. Tree VIP rooms feature an oversized vitality

tub and a rain shower and have been designed for couples. A sauna and a steamroom are available in men’s and women’s locker rooms. Te Hua Spa will also include an exten-

sive water-based treatment area with a Vichy shower, a rhassoul chamber, a crystal

steamroom and a laconium in the women’s area. A herbal steam bath; Swedish and Finnish saunas; and an ice fountain will be on offer in the men’s area. Terapies will include traditional Chinese

massage and aromatherapy treatments. Other hotel facilities will feature a 24-hour fitness centre with cardiovascular and free weights equipment and a 25m infinity-edge lap pool - also on the 69th floor – overlooking the city.

Shangri-La secures deal for Qatar hotels

Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts has secured an agreement with Qatar-based Faisal Bin Qassim Al-Thani and Sons Holding Company for the manage- ment of two new properties in Doha, Qatar. Te Hong Kong- based management company will operate the Shangri-La Hotel, Doha and Traders Hotel, Doha as a result of the deal, with both properties due to open next year. Al Rayan Tour ism

Development Companyis building the Shangri-La Hotel, Doha, which is located in the heart of Doha’s commercial centre and will have a total of 272 bedrooms. Facilities will include company’s signature

Te two new Shangri-La-operated hotels are set to open during 2013

restaurant is among its dining options. Shangri-La International’s CEO Greg Dogan

spa brand – Chi, Te Spa at Shangri-La – which draws on the origins of the Shangri-La legend as a place of personal peace and well-being. A variety of restaurants; a helipad located

on the top-floor of the building; and an 840 sq m (9,042sq ſt) grand ballroom will also be on offer at the property once complete. Meanwhile, the 238-bedroom Traders Hotel,

Doha is to boast a health club and spa with an indoor swimming pool. A sushi and noodle


said: “The opening of both hotels in Doha reconfirms our commitment to expansion in the Middle East. Our target is to build a regional presence and we are delighted to be opening two hotels in Doha in a prime location.” Sheikh Faisal bin Qassim Al-Tani, chair of

Faisal Bin Qassim Al-Tani and Sons Holding Company added: “[Shangri-La] reflects our focus on becoming a major force in the hos- pitality industry.”

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