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Press Release

Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing Offers Artist Escape Package
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Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing is offering guests the “Artist Escape” package from Rmb1,280 per night for a minimum of two consecutive nights. The package includes a Superior Room, complimentary  dinner at Wu Li Xiang Chinese restaurant with a bottle of wine, complimentary return transportation to  the famous 798 Art District to  discover the artistry of this colorful destination.

Time magazine voted the 798 Art District one of the most symbolic art districts among 22 cities. The 798 Art District is famous for its “Soho art district style” and “Loft life style”.  To celebrate the occasion, the hotel will showcase a range of artists in the upstairs gallery and the lobby lounge open arts exhibition area. The showcase will feature the work of outstanding artists and communication activities carried out in the classroom, for which guests will be presented an artist’s kit. The large window is surrounded by scenery with art works to match, and evokes feelings of being  out of doors,  which contrasts finely with the works of art on display,  integrating, nature and embracing  boundless charm. 

Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing offers guests a retreat in the centre of the bustling city, where guests can enjoy a peaceful and quality environment.  The hotel is ideally located for guests seeking an art break, which is one of the reason that the hotel is often selected by members of the " artistic community" 

To find out more about the Artist Escape package or to make a reservation, please telephone (8610) 5907 8338, or e-mail reservations.thue@shangri-la.com. Alternatively, bookings can be made online at www.tradershotels.com 

Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing is strategically located in the north-eastern area of Beijing’s central business district, just 20 minutes from Beijing Capital International Airport and the new China International Exhibition Centre.  Well positioned between the Third Embassy District, Wang Jing Hi Tech Park and the Lido Place, the hotel features 419 guestrooms and suites with open views of the adjacent park and city skyline.  Close by is the fashionable 798 art district, Sanlitun Village, the Bird’s Nest and the Water Cube.  The hotel’s Grand Ballroom and 15 flexible meeting rooms are all fitted with the latest conferencing systems, making the hotel an ideal choice for MICE participants and delegations. Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing was named one of the “Ten Best Newly Opened Hotels in China” during 2010 Hospitality Industry Summit.  On 6 June 2012, the hotel received the Certificate of Excellence for the year 2012 by Daodao (TripAdvisor in China). On 26 July 2013, the hotel received the Certificate of Excellence for the year 2013 by Daodao (TripAdvisor in China).   

Hong Kong-based Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts currently owns and/or manages more than 80 hotels under the Shangri-La brand, with a room inventory of over 34,000. Traders hotels cater to today's savvy and passionate traveller with brilliant simplicity and warm sincerity. They provide a friendly yet professional environment designed to complement guests at work, rest or play. Based in major business centres in Asia Pacific and the Middle East, Traders Hotels are the practical choice for business and leisure travelers.

Traders Hotels are located in Abu Dhabi, Beijing, Brisbane, Changzhou, Dubai, Hong Kong, Johor, Kuala Lumpur, Male, Manila, Penang, Shenyang and Singapore, with scheduled openings in Singapore and Doha, Qatar. The group has a substantial development pipeline with upcoming projects in mainland China, India, Mongolia, Myanmar, Philippines, Qatar, Sri Lanka and the United Arab Emirates. For more information and reservations, please contact a travel professional or access the website at www.tradershotels.com.

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Lisa Ciao
Director of Communications

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(86 10) 5907 8313

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(86 10) 5907 8038

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Traders Upper East Hotel, Beijing 2 Dongsihuan Beilu (NE 4th Ring Road, SE of Xiaoyun Bridge), Chaoyang District, Beijing

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