Spring season is just around the corner and booking your stay in Rosedale Hotel &Suites Guangzhou is a great new way to explore Guangzhou’s fascinatingly vibrant and rich culture. Rosedale Hotel & Suites Guangzhou provides easy access to the airport, bus and railway stations. Have fun and spend quality time with family and friends in the homely and comfortable ambience of Rosedale Hotel & Suites Guangzhou.
Dining outdoors is a great way to welcome the spring season. Rosedale Hotel Guangzhou joins you in welcoming the prosperous year ahead with three fine Spring Dinner 2013 Packages. Gather with colleagues, friends, and family members with Head Chef Wong’s specially crafted menu which prices start from RMB 988+15% service charge per table.
Having the main ingredients of premium seafood, roasted pig, and dried oysters in lettuce, your spring celebration will never be as memorable, flourishing and tastefully healthy with Rosedale Hotel Guangzhou Spring Dinner 2013 Packages.
You may also kick start the first day of spring with tasty snacks and an aromatic cup of coffee in the classy Serenade Lounge. Taking a moment and savoring a sunny fabulous day would never be as perfect with a meaningful talk in Serenade Lounge at Rosedale Hotel Guangzhou. Should your appetite crave for heavy, healthy and sumptuous meals, visit Rosedale Hotel Guangzhou Sonata Restaurant for Cantonese food and western cuisine.
Everything will indeed be great when you rejuvenate and welcome the colorful spring season with people dear to you. Make it spring even better by celebrating in a place with endless possibilities.
Stay at your home away from home at Rosedale Hotel Guangzhou.
Delight your taste buds with the international menus of Serenade Lounge, and Sonata Restaurant.
Great deals are cropping up with Rosedale Hotel in Guangzhou this summer.
Located in Haizhu area and just 1 minute walk to Changgang metro station, Rosedale Guangzhou is in the ideal place for business travellers. Rosedale is also near to the business district, such as Guangzhou International Convention and Exhibition Centre and the convenient geographical advantage can help you seize more business opportunity. The feel-like-home quality room service was praised by the traveller who stayed and let your discomfort disappeared.
Start your day off right with a fantastic breakfast and lunch buffet that is served daily at the fabulous restaurant, Sonata or take a moment of reprieve in the Serenade Lounge while grabbing a small snack and a quick drink. The spacious health centre that is equipped readily for guests with active lifestyles
Apart from business travel, Rosedale Guangzhou is in the ideal place to enjoy 2,800 years of culturally rich history. Explore the beautiful Lingnan Impression Garden or witness a stunning night time display at the Chenhuang Square. The possibilities are endless. Available for China’s National Golden Week, stay in a standard room for only 480 RMB and receive $100 worth of coupons for the lunch buffet and dinner. Yet until September 29th, stay with Rosedale Guangzhou for the Mid Autumn Festival for only 680 RMB and get a free moon cake box for the family!
All of these wonderful activities are available to all guests, but why settle for a standard room when there is more to enjoy?
This offer is limited time only, so be sure to plan and reserve the next special getaway to Guangzhou now. Do not miss out on all of the business convenience and cultural history available just around the corner from Rosedale.
Summer is roaring with great deals at the Guangzhou’s Rosedale Hotel. This peaceful getaway has a chic, modern look with a classic touch all the way from the glistening chandelier in the lobby to the throw pillows on the luxurious beds. Rosedale Hotel is ideal for a weekend away or a business meeting. With an accommodating health centre overlooking a magnificent outdoor pool, it is easy to find activities within the hotel as well as in the surrounding city.
The city of Guangzhou is the third largest city in China with so much to offer. The Tomb of the 72 Martyrs, Guangdong Museum, and Canton Tower are just a few reasons to take up the wonderful special being offered by the Guangzhou Rosedale Hotel. For only 720 RMB per night, per room, guests will stay in a Deluxe Room as well as be invited to the evening buffet dinner. This amazing offer is purchasable from now through August 31st.
Aside from the beautiful spread available at the buffet at Sonata, the Serenade Lounge found inside Guangzhou Rosedale Hotel itself has many thirst-quenching drinks for under 40 yuan. Banana milk shakes, homemade ginger tea, and caramel lattes are sure to satisfy guests this season. The lounge is open daily from 9am until 12:30am, serving light meals throughout the day while the evenings’ divine cocktail menu is accompanied by live music.
Rosedale Guangzhou hotel has invited chef from the Vietnamese city of Haiphong’s Doson Resort Hotel to deliver authentic cuisine to its customers. Located on the fifth floor, Rosedale Guangzhou’s Sonata restaurant serves international cuisine. The Sonata serves a unique and carefully selected menu perfect for business luncheons, dinner parties, and more.
The Sonata at Rosedale Guangzhou ( has a special dining promotion. Customers can enjoy the genuine Vietnamese menu with seafood cold platter for 118 RMB per person at lunch, and 148 RMB per person during the dinner hours. That’s not all! The Sonata is offering an Early Bird Discount: 10 or more people can eat for $88 at lunch by purchasing a voucher or $108 per person for dinner. Don’t miss out on this real exotic fare and reserve today.
RosedaleGuangzhou also has a special offer for their contract customers. Those who apply can receive a Deluxe Suite for 490 RMB only. This deal even includes buffet breakfast! Contract customers can apply with the housing reservation desk at Tel: (86 20) 84418888 ext 4196.
Don’t look now but it seems like Hong Kong, the supposedly recognized hub of tourism and shopping in this part of Asia, continues to downplay the power of e-commerce. According to EcommercePlus data, the top three Chinese provinces that have fully embraced e-commerce based on total online purchase orders are Guangdong, Zhejiang and Jiangsu. Meanwhile, the top three cities that are fond of online shopping are Guangzhou, Beijing and Shanghai. What’s wrong with this picture? No Hong Kong in sight, that’s what!
Guangzhou and Guangdong may be close neighbors of Hong Kong but the latter, the widely recognized mecca of retail and wholesale trade and shopping, is apparently an e-commerce snob. In fact, based on the data gathered by EcommercePlus, Hong Kong is nowhere even in the top 10!
Now the questions are: why do Hong Kong people resist e-commerce? What is it about e-commerce exactly that they frown upon?
And for the businesses (both online and offline) that want to garner more Hong Kong online orders, the challenge now is: what should you as a business entity do, acquire and implement in order to attract the attention of the Hong Kong customers?
The most possible steps to take would be to have cleaner, more transparent and more efficient portals where orders and customer relations can be established, developed and maintained. These portals must not only be pleasing to the eye and must not only offer good products or services…these must also know how to address customer concerns in the most effective manner. By the way, these portals need not be websites. They can be Facebook pages, Twitter pages, Sina Weibo profiles and the like. Of course, the employees who will process the orders must have topnotch customer service skills. And it will help a lot if a digital agency is on hand to assist. Perhaps only then can Hong Kong finally see a rise in the level of interest for online shopping.
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