Oakwood Residence Hangzhou is situated in the EAC complex at the prime Yellow Dragon commercial circle location; in close proximity to key buildings such as Yellow Dragon century plaza; Jiade Plaza; World Trade Center exhibition center; Legend City; Zhejiang university; Hangzhou custom building; Yellow Dragon sports center; Hangzhou library; and a short taxi ride away from Zhejiang Government Building; Hangzhou city government building; and Hangzhou's major shopping malls of Intime, Hangzhou Tower, Guoda. This central location will appeal to many demographic groups due to the ease of connection to Hangzhou's key commercial and tourism destinations.
Choose between 2 towers of 123 units studio, 145 units one bedroom, 38 units two bedrooms, and 15 units three bedrooms, Oakwood Residence Hangzhou will provide a new upscale option for top notch business travelers and guests on project and relocation assignments.
Digital LCD TV with international channels, DVD player and stereo
2 line phone: extension & direct line with voice mail system
Digital in-room safe
Oakwood signature amenities, Drench shower in glass enclosure, Dedicated home office desk with counter height sockets
Indoor swimming pool, Fully equipped fitness center with personal trainers
Oakleaf restaurant, Resident's lounge and bar, Resident's activities program
Genesis Business Center, Meeting rooms, Convenience Store, Extensive shopping in the same development
Airport Pick up (Charges apply)
Security deposit of one month rental for monthly stays <180 nights
Security deposit of two months rental for stays >181 nights
Hangzhou has developed as a thriving city relying not only on the West Lake and its charismatic surroundings but also a firm commitment to industrial and commerce development. The city, was settled as early as 4,700 years ago and gave birth to the auroral Liangzhu civilization. One of the seven ancient capitals and a key scenic tourism and historical culture city in China, Hangzhou once was applauded as ?the most splendid and luxurious city in the world" by Marco Polo, the Italian traveler in the 13th century.
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