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'Home away from home' created for Swinging Skirts LPGA athletes

2017/10/19 23:12:42

Ryu So-yeon (center)/photo courtesy of Fullon Hotel

Taipei, Oct. 19 (CNA) A Taiwanese hotel said on Thursday it has created a 'home away from home' for the golfers of the 2017 Swinging Skirts Ladies Professional Golf Association (LPGA) Taiwan Championship being held in New Taipei City this week.

Chen I-chu (陳奕筑), public relations chief of the Fullon Hotel Taoyuan Airport Access MRT A8, said the hotel has provided top of the range suites, along with local and international cuisine, for the athletes and their families, which average 100 people staying there each night.

It's the only hotel offering accommodations for the championship's golfers.

The hotel also provides hot spring spas with different pools, including sodium bicarbonate springs and salted springs, for its guests, and this could help the athletes replenish their strength, said Chen.

The hotel's in-house aromatherapy spa is also an option for the athletes to release stress, said Chen.

Fullon hotel provides services in up to four languages: Chinese, English, French and Japanese, Chen added.

The championship is held Thursday to Sunday at the Miramar Golf Country Club in Linkou, New Taipei.

(By Wu Jui-chi and William Yen)