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|Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort|
Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort exterior night view from Lake Tai.
|Design and construction|
|Main contractor||Shanghai Feizhou Group|
|Number of rooms||321|
Sheraton Huzhou Hot Spring Resort (Chinese: 浙江湖州喜来登温泉度假酒店) is a luxury hotel and resort located in Huzhou, China. It has nicknames such as "Horseshoe Hotel" and "Doughnut Hotel" due to its Torus geometrical shape. The horseshoe-shaped hotel, 27-story structure lies on Lake Tai between Nanjing and Shanghai. The 4½-star resort has 321 rooms, 37 villas, 40 suites, a presidential suite, parking facilities, fitness & wellness center, four restaurants, a café, a children's pool, and rooms with terraces. The design was conceived by architect Yansong Ma and constructed by the Shanghai Feizhou Group. It is a franchise of Sheraton Hotels and Resorts. Completed in 2013, the building was awarded 3rd place from the Emporis Skyscraper Awards, citing it as the third best "new skyscraper for design and functionality" completed that year.
Categories: 2013 establishments in China | Buildings and structures in Huzhou | Hotels established in 2013 | Hotel buildings completed in 2013 | Hotels in China | Sheraton hotels | Skyscraper hotels in China | Ma Yansong buildings