The Shangri-La Hotel in Qingdao, China, has added a new 22-storey tower called the Valley Wing. The new tower partners with the existing City Wing at the hotel to provide additional facilities. The Valley Wing has a lobby, restaurants and coffee shop, as well as a business centre, ballroom and exhibition space. The hotel already boasted 500 rooms, but the Valley Wing adds 196 rooms and suites, and 13 fully serviced apartments to the inventory. The new $62m wing was opened in March 2008. Qingdao hosted the sailing events of the 2008 Olympics.
Valley Wing Facilities
The Valley Wing also has a 24-hour business centre, modern meeting facilities, a shopping arcade and a health club offering a 25m heated indoor swimming pool, a specialist spa with massage facilities, a sauna, steam room and ten private treatment rooms. Tennis courts and a weights and cardiovascular training area is also available. Business guests are given complimentary computer use with internet in the lounge and use of a meeting room for two hours every day.
Health & Leisure from Shangri-La hotel, Qingdao
Shangri-La hotel, Qingdao, has a comprehensive range of health and leisure facilities to enhance your Shangri-La experience.
The Health Club features only the best equipment for total body fitness in the gym, as well as a spectacular 25-metre indoor swimming pool, and a sauna and steam room.
With The Spa, you can indulge in holistic treatments for restoration of balance and harmony to your body. Using products and aromatherapy oils made from natural ingredients and herbs, The Spa offers over 40 different facial, body and massage treatments.
The Contact Information of Shangri-La Hotel in Qingdao
Phone: (86 532) 8388 3838
Fax: (86 532) 8388 6868
Location: 9 Xiang Gang Zhong Lu, Qingdao, 266071, China
The Qingdao Massage Service have in Sophia International Hotel Qingdao
1. Foot Massage:
Foot reflexology is based on the premise that our nerve zones or reflex points go from the bottom of our feet to the top of our head, encompassing all vital organs on the way. The trained massage therapists can help you put pressure on different meridiens or energy lines on the sole and side of the feet to determine the cause of illness.
2. Traditional Chinese Massage:
Chinese Massage is an ancient tradition, being part of Traditional Chinese Medicine. This effective and comprehensive therapy is also closely related to Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture and Acupressure.
3. Thai Massage
Thai massage is a type of massage in Thai style that involves stretching and deep massage. This form of bodywork is usually performed on the floor, and the client wears comfortable clothes that allow for movement. No oils are used in Thai massage.
4. Hot Stone Massage
Hot stone massage is a specialty massage where the therapist uses smooth, heated stones, either as an extension of their own hands, or by placing them on the body while they massage other parts of the body. The heat can be both deeply relaxing and help warm up tight muscles so the therapist can work more deeply, more quickly.
5. Swedish Massage
Swedish massage is usually performed by trained, licensed massage therapists. It can be slow and gentle, or vigorous and bracing, depending on the therapist’s personal style and what he or she wants to achieve.