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2013 Hotel Plus - the Mockup Hotel Room Show Launched in Shanghai

BEIJING, Dec. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- China's tourism industry has now entered a new era featuring industrial development and popularisation. Furthermore, tourist brands are becoming increasingly important in China. The quality and quantity of star-level hotels are linked directly to the development of China's tourism, its cities and commercial real estate. Moreover, the high demands from business travellers for business trips, enterprise meetings, out-house training and incentive travel are all factors driving the development of the hotel industry in China.

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The second edition of Hotel Plus – the Mockup Hotel Room Show (www.hdeexpo.com) will be launched in Hall W3 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre from April 1st to 3rd 2013, and will be co-organised by the China Tourist Hotels Association and Shanghai UBM Sinoexpo International Exhibition Co., Ltd. The total exhibition area will be over 1000 sqm and serve as the annual assembly of the leading domestic and international hotel management groups, commercial property developers, hotel engineering & equipment suppliers, interior decorative material manufacturers, and hotel designers and architects. The Hotel Plus show is devoted to demonstrating the most cutting-edge decorative art and material technologies in hotel space design by setting up six demonstration suites in hotel guest rooms on-site.

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In the preshow preparation meeting for Hotel Plus, Mr. Xu Jingsheng, the general secretary of the China Tourist Hotel Association, reported on a successful experience and positive feedback from the participants of the last event. He also announced that the Greenland International Hotels Group, Wanda Hotels & Resorts, BTG-Jianguo Hotels & Resort Group, the New Century Hotels & Resort Group, and the Intercontinental Hotels Group will be involved with Hotel Plus 2013, as well as the Well Tech Studio from Italy. Mr. Zhao Xiaochuan, the general secretary of the Alliance of China Hotel Owners, and the senior delegates from the abovementioned five hotel groups attended this preparation meeting. They expressed strong confidence in their capacity to hold a successful display of the fabulous and conceptual hotel prototypes next year.

In addition, a host of other events will be held alongside the Hotel Plus Show such as HDD Expo (Hotelex + Design & Deco) which is composed of the Asia's No. hospitality event - Hotelex Shanghai (www.hotelex.cn), the Shanghai Hospitality Design & Engineering Expo (www.hdeexpo.com), the Expo Build China (www.expobuild.com), and the Shanghai International Interior Design Festival (www.design-festival.net), which will integrate design, fashion, green technology, future concepts and will provide visitors with an unparalleled opportunity for insight and communication at the forefront of global hotel design.

About UBM Sinoexpo (www.ubmsinoexpo.com)

UBM Sinoexpo is the arm of UBM Asia that is responsible for the group's mainland China business. Our products and services cover eight industries: furniture, pharmaceuticals, hotel, building, boat, cleaning, food ingredients and lighting, and includes 34 business exhibitions, two publications and three B2B websites. The total exhibiting area exceeds 480,000 sqm. Among them, Furniture China, CPHI, Hotelex Shanghai and the China International Boat Show have grown to be Asia's leading trade events in their respective areas, attracting mass attendance from exhibitors, buyers and trade visitors worldwide.

About Shanghai Hospitality Design & Engineering Expo (www.hdeexpo.com)

The Shanghai Hospitality Design & Engineering Expo (abbreviated as HDE) is a dynamic hotel refurbishment and design event in China associated with Asia's No.1 hospitality event – Hotelex Shanghai, which will be held from 1st to 3rd April 2013 at Shanghai New International Expo Centre (SNIEC) with the participation of more than 2,800 exhibitors, and 100,000 professional buyers. HDE is devoted to providing total design and engineering solutions on construction and reconstruction projects for commercial properties.

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Ms. Naomi Lee (Marketing Dept.)
Email: [email protected]
Tel: +86-21-6437-1178 ext. 212

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