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Traders Profile

The mid-market Traders brand, managed by Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts, 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. 


Located in major business centres in Asia and the Middle East, Traders Hotels are the practical choice for business and leisure travellers.

In 1989 the first Traders Hotel opened in Beijing to complement Shangri-La’s China World Hotel. Building on Traders Hotel, Beijing’s success, today there are four Traders hotels in operation (listed below).

- Traders Hotel, Qaryat Al Beri, Abu Dhabi
- Traders Hotel, Beijing
- Traders Fudu Hotel, Changzhou
- Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

In key city centres such as Beijing and Kuala Lumpur, the Traders brand allows the group to capture business from the fast growing mid-market segment, whilst complementing existing Shangri-La and Kerry five-star luxury hotels. In destinations where the demand for hotels is primarily mid-market, Traders Hotels are often the first choice and market leader.

Traders Hotels are always located in prime city locations and offer a very comfortable medium-size room product. Food and beverage outlets always include an all-day dining restaurant, a lobby lounge and one or more specialty restaurants. Features also include business and fitness centres, swimming pool, 24-hour room service, plus the latest in technology, including Broadband Internet access. In-room mini bars, laundry and valet services are also available. The Traders service concept is to provide efficient, practical and friendly hospitality, at competitive rates.

For the discerning travellers who appreciate a higher standard of service and facilities, the Traders Club floors offer a range of exclusive privileges including the use of a private lounge, express check-in and check-out, and complimentary breakfast.

More information about the hotel may be found on www.tradershotels.com.



 

 


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