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Sanya Haitang Bay Fairmont Hotel
As accor's first Fairmont brand resort in China, Fairmont Sanya Haitang Bay combines traditional Chinese architectural culture, totem culture and wood culture in its design and planning.On the east-west axis, with Wuzhizhou Island as the case and Dalin Mountain as the screen, the mountain, lake, sea and island will be formed into a straight line, in line with the Geomantic concept of the Chinese people, it is the windy water.Architectural form using the arch faced China architectural elements during tang and song dynasties, at the same time into the jiangnan "small bridge, flowing water, somebody else's" building concept, using the red sandalwood, sour branch, nanmu, such as rare rare wood 3000 tons, with the first batch of national intangible cultural heritage representative work - dongyang woodcarving as technology means, the arts and crafts master Lu Guangzheng in the asia-pacific region is responsible for the creative design, use of auspicious patterns, themes, such as historical allusions and combination of western oil painting and modern artificial lighting technology, make hotel with modern traditional culture of the temple.The hotel also built a number of ancient buildings, such as Duyuesheng Residence (wood art Museum), Pavilion, Liren Bridge, and Shikumen, giving the hotel a sense of historical and cultural precipitation, so that guests can enjoy a cultural feast in addition to attending the conference and leisure.
Max.  1500m2
Sofitel Hangzhou Yingguan
Sofitel Incrown Hangzhou is located in the heart of everything, in the middle of the riverfront
The business district, close to the new business center of Hangzhou, "Qianjiang Century City", is the social center of the south bank of the Qiantang River. The hotel is designed by Hirsch Bedner United, an award-winning hotel interior design company. The hotel is simple and elegant in style, with profound humanistic feelings and avant-garde French innovation in one. With exquisite craftsmanship spirit, it leads the wisdom of high-end French life. Three authentic fine restaurants and three fashionable and dynamic bars are the standard of life in Xiaoshan and even Hangzhou. From a redesigned convention center to a creative tea break, Wonderful Conferences creates unique and impactful meeting and event experiences from start to finish. Sofitel Hangzhou Crown is a snapshot of modern French lifestyle, offering soothing accommodations and cutting-edge technology for a group of guests
Max.  1470m2
Fairmont Yangcheng Lake
Nestled along the shores of the legendary Yangcheng Lake, home to the sought-after hairy crab, Fairmont Yangcheng Lake is a luxury five star Kunshan resort unlike any other. Featuring breathtaking lake or park views, each of our guest rooms and suites boast floor-to-ceiling windows, as well as high-speed internet access, flat-screen televisions, deluxe bath amenities and plush robes. In addition, guests may choose accommodation on the Fairmont Gold Floor, our luxury Kunshan hotel’s exclusive experience featuring access to the Fairmont Gold Lounge with private boardroom, complimentary breakfast and evening cocktails as well as hors d’oeurves. Beyond our resort’s accommodations, guests will discover a city rich in history. Not only is it the birthplace of Kun Opera, the oldest form of Chinese opera, but the region is also home to the Zhou Zhuang Water Village, Kunshan Forest Park and Tinglin Park – all of which offer unique ways to connect with the culture – and the people – of China. With our location we are easily accessible to Suzhou attractions as well, a neighbourhood just west of Shanghai.
Max.  1130m2
Pullman Jiaxing Pinghu Excellence
Pullman Jiaxing Pinghu Excellence is conveniently located in Pinghu Nanshi New District, surrounded by many scenic spots, including Ming lake, East lake, Mo's manor and Jiulongshan National Forest Park . The hotel offers 315 modern design guest rooms, 4 restaurants and lobby lounge with contemporary styles, The 1500sqm Grand Ballroom, function rooms, Fit lounge, indoor swimming pool and SPA . Pullman creates guests succeed in balancing peak performance and personal wholeness.
Max.  1500m2

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An idyllic meeting venue that just got better

Sofitel Sentosa has long been a favourite venue for many corporate meetings. Set within lush tropical gardens and overlooking the South China Sea, the Celebrations & Event Centre has a trait that many planners love; a standalone facility with its own sheltered drop-off point. A luxuriant ambience, ample daylight and panaromic views are prized features of any venue, which then often costs a pretty penny to rent. Which brings us to the next point - it might not be as unttainable as one might imagine.  Bento set lunches and served coffee breaks are the norm by now, right? The Magnifique Meetings at Sofitel Sentosa have gotten even better. Starting from $90++ per attendee, each meeting package will also come with S$10 Grab transport vouchers and post-meeting drinks for all attendees. Not a bad way to unwind after a full day's worth of meetings and get home safely to family after.  The good folks at Sofitel Sentosa have also developed a handy info kit on processes and set-ups that are aligned to the safe resumption of business events. Ready to have your next meeting against a dramatic backdrop of the South China Sea? Contact Sheryn at sheryn.sethoe@1000meetings.com.sg

Accor launches industry first solution to eliminate single-use plastics

THE INITIATIVE IS A SIGNIFICANT STEP AND A PILOT SCHEME WILL BE ROLLED OUT FIRST WITH THE SOFITEL BRAND IN DECEMBER 2020  Li Binghua, Division Director, Market Management Office, Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism and Gary Rosen, Chief Executive Officer, Accor Greater China, unveiled Accor’s biodegradable solution to replace single-use guest plastic bathroom amenities   In an industry-first, Accor Greater China will replace single-use plastic bathroom amenities with a biodegradable solution. The roll-out is part of Accor’s commitment to reduce its impact on the environment and create positive, sustainable hospitality. A launch ceremony was held in Sofitel Shanghai Hongqiao on December 2, 2020, with the attendance from representatives for Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism Market Management Office, Accor management team, as well as professionals from industry associations and hospitality partners.   In 2019, Accor committed to and delivered against the promise to eliminate plastic drinking straws, stir sticks and cotton buds. The next phase entails eliminating individual plastic amenities and cups as well as other single-use plastic items in guest rooms, meeting areas, restaurants and leisure activity areas to be achieved in the coming few years.  Accor has been committed to a responsible attitude for 25 years and will now go further to reduce its impact on the environment.   Accor is a signatory to the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative led by the United Nations Environment Programme to remove all single-use plastics in guest experiences from its hotels over the next few years. As a partner in this initiative, Accor strives to lead by example, drive action internally, share knowledge and initiate collaborations as a responsible industry leader. It is a significant step forward for the global hospitality industry and for Accor, which has been committed to sustainability for decades.  Accor’s solution for its guest bathroom amenities is to replace them with a biodegradable solution encased in chic ceramic containers that incorporate contemporary designs. The solution was developed with a recognized international company that specializes in travel and hotel amenities solutions. The biodegradable capsule which holds the products is made from renewable raw plant materials including corn and cassava. As it is  biodegradable, it is environmentally friendly with a lower ecological impact. The 290ml containers for shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and body lotion feature sealed polylactic acid (PLA) inner bottles to ensure the highest hygiene and practicality. This eco-innovation and environmental-friendly container was derived after a series of professional experiments, trials and testing conducted over the course of a year. This first of its kind solution is expected to help save more than 16 million of single-use plastic bathroom amenities bottles on average per year across Accor’s luxury and premium branded hotels in Greater China.    Guests can experience the new Accor biodegradable solution at Sofitel luxury hotels across Greater China with Lanvin, Sofitel’s partner for bathroom amenities.   Sofitel is the pilot brand for this new initiative in Greater China, with other Accor luxury and premium brands to follow in 2021. The initiative is in line with the Chinese Central Government’s ban of single-use plastics as the country’s active response to the negative impact of plastic pollution on health and ecology as announced in January 2020. Gary Rosen, CEO Accor Greater China, said: “We are honoured to lead the market as a pioneer in identifying and rolling out this innovative and sustainable initiative in Greater China. We aspire to set an example as a responsible corporate citizen while positively changing mindsets by adopting the logic of reduce, re-use and recycle. Our non-plastic amenities solution underscores our commitment to the environment and the communities where we operate our hotels. It is a holistic concept that fulfils many criteria including ecological impact, quality guest experience and excellent brand alignment.” Representative for the Shanghai Tourism Trade Association, Hotel Industry Division said: “Plastic pollution is one of the major environmental challenges of our time and we have an important role to play in contributing to the solution. We are glad to see that through the plastics ban initiative, hospitality companies and tourist destinations have creative solutions to innovate the way they reduce the use of plastics to advance circularity in our economies while reducing plastics pollution in China.”     Sébastien Bazin, Chairman and CEO, Accor, said: “Our industry has a significant impact on the planet and we fully measure how key our responsibility is to create sustainable tourism for our employees, guests, suppliers, partners and host communities. We are proud that our teams in Greater China have taken a leading role to create unexpected solutions locally, and to inspire others.”   ABOUT ACCOR Accor is a world leading hospitality group consisting of more than 5,000 properties and 10,000 food and beverage venues throughout 110 countries. The group has one of the industry’s most diverse and fully-integrated hospitality ecosystems encompassing luxury and premium brands, midscale and economy offerings, unique lifestyle concepts, entertainment and nightlife venues, restaurants and bars, branded private residences, shared accommodation properties, concierge services, co-working spaces and more. Accor also boasts an unrivalled portfolio of distinctive brands and approximately 300,000 team members worldwide. Over 65 million members benefit from the company’s comprehensive loyalty program ALL - Accor Live Limitless - a daily lifestyle companion that provides access to a wide variety of rewards, services and experiences. Through its Planet 21 – Acting Here, Accor Solidarity, RiiSE and ALL Heartist Fund initiatives, the group is focused on driving positive action through business ethics, responsible tourism, environmental sustainability, community engagement, diversity and inclusivity.  Founded in 1967, Accor SA is headquartered in France and publicly listed on the Euronext Paris Stock Ex (ISIN code: FR0000120404) and on the OTC Market (Ticker: ACRFY) in the United States. For more information visit group.accor.com or follow Accor on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.     Accor Greater China Phyllis Sio                                                                             April Ling Executive Director of Communications                     Communications Manager Phone: +86 159 2079 9606                                     Phone: +86 21 6119 9839 Email: Phyllis.sio@accor.com                Email: April.Ling@accor.com