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A Holiday Inn was officially opened in Leye subarea of Leye- Fengshan UGGp

Sources:    Time:2017-05-23

On May 20th, Gushi restore hotel was opened in Longyunshan mountain of Gantian village of Leye subarea of Leye-Fengshan UGGp.

The Gushi restore hotel project was one of 10 leisure & healthy restores which was proposed in Leye government operational report of 2016. It was also the project which speed up and promote the development of leisure & healthy tourism.

The buildings of hotel are divided into three parts, main building, wing building and villa areas. There are some supporting: guest rooms, Chinese restaurant, healthy products selling center, conference & training center and etc.. And the total of the guest rooms is 120, which could support 200 people to live in at the same time. There are 42 tables in restaurant that can support 420 people to have meals. Muti-function hall, conference rooms, 9 exhibition halls, and 21 service rooms with healthy features. The guests can enjoy the mountain spring bathing, organic tea bathing, flower bathing and flower essential oil bathing when they live in the hotel. Gushi style hotel is the a town that put the health, leisure, relaxing, shopping into one.

It is known that, the hotel is located in Longyunshan mountain, Gantian town, Leye county, with the the elevation of 1,230 meters. And the forest coverage rate reaches 66%, with the annual average temperature of 2to 16 . The average temperature is about 22 to 25 in summer. The weather here is moderate, cool in summer and warm in winter. It is a great place where is good for taking a holiday. The project is the first four-star hotel that Leye county put the hands to create, since Leye county was awarded as  the world longevity county in 2016. After the hotels opening, the Gushi style hotel successfully developed the merging of the first, second and third industry, and pushed the sharing mechanism of  industry for poverty reduction. It not only offers 50 positions to poverty-stricken families, but also promotes the tourism development of Leye county.