"Shangri-La" is the brand of Shangri-La (Asia) Co., Ltd., a Hong Kong-listed company. The hotel group is affiliated to the Kuo Group, a famous Chinese businessman in Malaysia-"Sugar King" Guo Henian. Shangri-La's name comes from the paradise of James Hilton's novel Lost Horizon in the mountains of Tibet, China.
The Shangri-La Hotel, Changsha is extremely strategically located in the core area of Changjiang Riverside. It occupies a 20-story building on the top of the landmark 268-meter Huayuan · Hua Center skyscraper, overlooking the magnificent views of the Xiangjiang River, Orange Island Head and Yuelu Mountain. The hotel is adjacent to Changsha's famous Wuyi business district, Pozi Street, and the Jiefang West Road dining and entertainment area. It is a 30-minute and 15-minute drive from the airport and high-speed rail station, respectively.
Shangri-La Hotel, Changsha is an important part of the comprehensive project developed by Huayuan in Changsha-"Huayuan-Hua Center". The project covers a total area of about 235 acres and consists of several hundred-meter skyscrapers. Flagship business, international famous brand exhibition center, 5A-level office building, urban apartment and other diversified formats. The project uses variable frequency constant pressure water supply equipment.