Chinese-Australian art brightens hotel in Melbourne

March 28, 2018 by  

A new hotel in Melbourne’s Box Hill, an area known for its cultural diversity, is displaying the work of Chinese-Australian Zhong Chen.

The Chen hotel contains about 100 rooms and belongs to the Art Series Hotels group. Brochure printing can help firms in the tourism sector.

Chen’s original artwork has a big impact on the interior of the hotel. His creations include pictures of young people and women in traditional clothing. However, some of his collected prints demonstrate a more playful aspect of his personality.

The hotel has impressive views because it is made up of two tall towers. This means that many of the rooms are high above the suburbs in the area. The typical panorama includes the hills of the Dandenong region.

The Chinese community of Melbourne tends to feel at home in vibrant Box Hill, and Chen says he appreciates the local cuisine. In particular, he likes to dine at the No1 Café Seafood Restaurant. He has a real taste for steamed crab and recommends the dish to visitors.

New eateries will be opening in the vicinity of the hotel; Golden Lily Yum Cha and Whitehorse Chloe should be ready for customers soon. The former establishment will focus on dim sum, while the latter business will concentrate its efforts on the sale of modern food and drink.

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