DoubleTree goes for broke in Asia

by | Mar 13, 2017 | Chains

Hilton’s DoubleTree brand has been going from strength to strength in recent months. The 4-star hotel group has been investing heavily into developing its presence in the Chinese and Asian markets, and the past few weeks have seen a number of impressive projects planned in the region. Upwards of 41 projects are planned in the region, the most being in China with 29 proposed new developments, 4 hotels to open in India, 4 in Malaysia, 6 in Russia and 2 in Indonesia. Here are some that we have rounded up for you:

DoubleTree Haikou
, China

This new-build project is currently under construction and when it opens in the third quarter of this year it will bring 295 new rooms to the Chinese city of island city of Haikou, on the southern Chinese island of Hainan. Palatial in essence, this hotel echoes the grand Chinese architectural tradition of pagodas, albeit in a modern, pared-back style. 

DoubleTree JiangmenChina

This new-build property on China’s Jade Lake takes the form of a glazed ocean liner and will offer 307 5-star rooms set over 10 hectares of the resort, which will be the first branded complex in Jiangmen and will include a hotel tower, holiday villas and vacation apartments.


DoubleTree i-City, Malaysia

This 300-room futuristic hotel complex will be located in Malaysia’s i-City, a fully integrated metropolis, and will combine all the elements you would expect from a construction of this nature – a 4-star hotel, shopping mall, office space, data centres and residential towers.

DoubleTree Dongguan, China

This 4-star, new-build resort set to open at the end of 2017 is set amongst the wooded idylls of a stunning lake and forest and will bring 300 new rooms to the area of Guangdong in China. The hotel will be sustainable and its design is inspired by the blooming lotus flower.


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