Merryland Traders Hotel Changshu

Added by Admin on Jun 28, 2012|Updated on Jul 17, 2012


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176 Zhujiang Road, Changshu
常熟市珠江路176号
0512-5298 8888
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Merryland Traders Hotel Changshu is located in beautiful downtown of Changshu. It is close to sight-seeing attractions, such as Yu Hill and Xingfu Temple. Various restaurant & bars, kinds of supermarkets, Maycity shopping mall and other leisure and entertainment facilities are minutes’ walk from hotel.

Featured with 900-spring beds and well designed facilities, guest room offers comfort and convenience live experience. Executive Club is on 28F, where you can enjoy the whole landscape of city and Yu Hill. The hotel has a grand ballroom of 537 square meters, 7 function rooms and 1 VIP conference room. The whole banquet and conference area is covering 1618 square meters. Our personal meeting and banquet services are available for corporate and personal clients, emphasizing elegance and distinctive quality. Other health and recreation facilities within hotel are including mahjong room, fitness center with sauna room and in-door swimming pool.

 


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