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W Suzhou Opens in the 'Venice of China'

27 September 2017

By Natalie White

W Hotels Worldwide has announced the highly-anticipated opening of W Suzhou, the brand's newest property in Greater China.

Located on the banks of Jinji Lake in Suzhou, 90 minutes drive from central Shanghai, W Suzhou is within walking distance of bustling parks and top attractions along the lake's edge.

The hotel embodies a modern take on the city's architectural heritage with a design story inspired by the region's deep connection to nature.

A new centerpiece of urban architecture and design in Suzhou, Jinji Lake is a modern high-design hot spot offering a contrast to the many nearby UNESCO World Heritage Sites that have attracted visitors for generations.

The bustling social and commercial center of Jinji Lake was built almost entirely within the last decade and is now a magnet for businesses, high-end residential developments and jetsetting travelers.

In attracting locals to mix and mingle, WOOBAR takes center stage at W Suzhou. Set to create a buzzing scene in Suzhou with a daytime lounge for more than 180 guests, the stylish curved design and bright natural daylight creates an ideal locale for casual business meetings and day-time socializing.

By night, the space transforms into a vibrant cocktail bar, bumping to the eclectic beats from two DJ stages. Guests can enjoy a selection of specialty drinks at WOOBAR Garden, the outdoor patio, while reveling to the beat of the music in this seamless indoor-outdoor space.

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