Kempinski Adds Two More Hotels to Beijing Portfolio

Kempinski Hotels has announced the debut of two hotels, The Universal Studios Grand Hotel and NUO Resort Hotel – Universal Beijing Resort, operated by Key International Hotels Management Co., Ltd., a joint venture between Beijing Tourism Group (BTG) and Kempinski Hotels.

Located at the entrance to the Universal Studios Beijing theme park, The Universal Studios Grand Hotel brings the contemporary interpretation of the glitter of the Hollywood Golden Age. Designed in a classic Spanish style, the hotel has 800 rooms and three dining options, including an all-day dining venue, the Red Dragon Lounge and California favorite Peet’s Coffee. The Universal Studios Grand Hotel’s decor pays tribute to Universal Studios’ century-long contribution to the world of film and celebrates the glamour of the Golden Age.

NUO Resort Hotel – Universal Beijing Resort

NUO Resort Hotel – Universal Beijing Resort is the first resort hotel from NUO, a homegrown luxury hotel brand. It is inspired by the traditional Chinese cultural and artistic achievements, and provides a mix of business with pleasure and art with technology, as well as sustainability. Located on the banks of the park’s waterway, the hotel has 400 guestrooms and suites, a spa, an indoor swimming pool and wellness facilities, and a multi-function meeting space. Its three dining outlets include the lively Art Deco Café Royal, featuring Mediterranean favorites and Asian-inspired cuisine; the signature Chinese restaurant, JIA, which showcases authentic flavors of Cantonese cuisine; and The Lobby Lounge, which is dedicated to the appreciation of Chinese tea culture.

Universal Beijing Resort is home to Universal Studios Beijing, the largest Universal theme park at the time of opening, and two new hotels alongside Universal CityWalk Beijing. Overall, Universal Studios Beijing comprises seven themed and immersive lands that include several new attractions along with the selected Universal rides, shows and attractions from around the world, besides specially created experiences designed to reflect China’s cultural heritage. Universal CityWalk Beijing also serves as a one-stop entertainment complex, featuring various dining, shopping and entertainment venues. With iconic attractions, popular rides, shows and hotels, Universal Beijing Resort offers rich experiences and quality services for guests of all ages.

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