HotelsNew 118-key hotel sits directly opposite the Hangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Ascott gives Hangzhou a fresh breath of lyf

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Business travellers can make use of the 'Connect' co-working and lounge zone at lyf Mid-Town Hangzhou.
Business travellers can make use of the 'Connect' co-working and lounge zone at lyf Mid-Town Hangzhou.

Ascott’s co-living brand lyf makes its debut in China with the opening of lyf Mid-Town Hangzhou, which offers 118 keys directly opposite the Hangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Centre.

A hybrid lodging solution that offers serviced residences, hotels and co-living apartments, accommodation is split into 'One of a Kind', 'One of a Kind Plus' and 'Side by Side' studios, 'lyf Style' thematic studios as well as 'Two of a Kind' and 'All Together' apartments.

Business travellers can make use of the 'Connect' co-working and lounge zone, supported by long-term stay amenities including a kitchen and laundromat.

Against a pandemic backdrop, guests can use the 'Discover ASR' mobile app for their digital room keys, perform mobile check-in and out, make contactless payments, interact with other guests via the in-app social wall and communicate with lyf Guards.

Located in the Gongshu district, lyf Mid-Town Hangzhou guests can access a shopping mall nearby, book events at the Hangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Centre, with greater accessibility expected when a new train station opens in 1Q 2022 a short walk away.

The accommodation is also near the UNESCO World Heritage site of Grand Canal, noted for its historical relics, or guests can spend time at the famous West Lake area — offering boat cruises, biking, scenic walks against the backdrop of Leifeng Pagoda, on top of retail, dining and nightlife options.

The Hangzhou International Airport and the Hangzhou East train station are about a 45-minute and 30-minute drive away, respectively.



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