Stanford Residences Wins Another Award
Sun Sep 03 2017 00:00:00 GMT+0800 (CST)
Recently, the prestigious "Golden-Pillow Award of China's Hotels" was held successfully by China's top financial medium 21st Century Business Herald and Business Travel Magazine. The serviced apartment brand Stanford Residences achieved great results and won the "2017 China's Best Upscale Long Rental Residence Brand" for its excellent occupancy rate,
high tenant satisfaction and high quality living experience.
Known as the "Oscar" in China's hotel industry, the "Golden-Pillow Award of China's Hotels" marks an important recognition by the industry owing to its well-renowned fairness, innovative principles and careful planning. It is a large-scale hotel industry evaluation for luxury hotels in China, and the assessment involves mystery experiencer and online voting by hotel industry experts and scholars, hotel investors, top business elites, media editors and special report editors of 21st Century Business Herald and Business Travel, providing authoritative and instructive references for the business people and the development of hotel industry in China.
The award "2017 China's Best Upscale Long Rental Residence Brand", voted by "The 14th Golden-Pillow Award of China's Hotels", shows that Stanford Residences has been favorably noticed and well received in the property market.
As KWIH’s (K.Wah International Holdings Limited, stock code: 00173) serviced apartment brand in Mainland China, Stanford Residences is supposed to provide high quality living environment and superb 24-hour butler services for those domestic and foreign families in Shanghai with the help of KWIH's rich experience in hotel management and operation of premium residences. Both the property owner and operator, Stanford Residences has been leading Shanghai's high-end serviced apartment market with a high-level rental and excellent occupancy rate since its operation.
Stanford Residences Jing An, the first high-end serviced apartment project of the Stanford Residences brand, is located in the CBD of Nanjing West Road in Jing'an District. Such a favorable location offers residents the sources of international commerce and the convenience of a public transportation network. On the back of its stylish decoration, luxurious facilities and excellent living environment, Stanford Residences Jing An has won wide recognition in the property market. Since its first block was put on the market in March 2015, Stanford Residences Jing An has maintained an occupancy rate of above 90%.
Encouraged by the success of Stanford Residences Jing An, the brand has launched its second serviced apartment project in Shanghai--Stanford Residences Xu Hui. Set in the heart of Shanghai’s historic Xuhui District, Stanford Residences Xu Hui evokes a classic French elegance while bringing forth a contemporary approach to modern living. Apart from the superb living environment, Stanford Residences Xu Hui also offers luxury apartments with French style. 7x24 five star butler service provides more customized and user-friendly services, ensuring residents a high-end living experience in Shanghai. Since the formal operation in June 2017, the 66 apartments in the first phase have reached an occupancy rate of 80%.
The award "2017 China's Best Upscale Long Rental Residence Brand" is the appreciation of Stanford Residences for its excellent living environment and high-quality services.
In September this year, Stanford Residences will launch its third high-end serviced apartment project–Stanford Residences Jin Qiao. Located in Jinqiao, Pudong, Shanghai, Stanford Residences Jin Qiao is set next to the Biyun international community, a high-end neighborhood for expatriates and global elites from all industries. Based on the concept of "health and life", Stanford Residences Jin Qiao aims to be a modern visual marvel with the highest standards in environmental sustainability, intending to offer residents more choices and more international living experience.
Continue with the past and open up the future! Stanford Residences will follow up its success and work harder to build a home away from home to meet the high-end living pursuit of the foreign and domestic elite families in Shanghai.