Rosewood Hotels & Resorts continues to plot its strategic growth in Mainland China, signing a sixth property in the country, this time in Hangzhou.
Slated to open in 2025, Rosewood Hangzhou will be part of a mixed-use development project in Wangjiang New City and will offer 140 accommodations, including 17 suites.
“We are thrilled to further our presence in China and bring a new level of luxury hospitality to one of its most alluring cities with the addition of Rosewood Hangzhou,” said Sonia Cheng, Chief Executive Officer of Rosewood Hotel Group. “Hangzhou is a prosperous and dynamic city which offers serene natural wonders and rich culture for artistic exploration, as well as a setting for the development of new ideas in business and technology, making it well suited for both leisure and business travellers.”
The Wangjiang New City development will include a K11 Art Mall, office buildings and workspaces, luxury residences and cultural attractions, in addition to Rosewood Hangzhou. The hotel itself will sit in a standalone building totalling 25,000 square metres over 16 storeys.
Suite guests will enjoy exclusive access to Rosewood’s signature Manor Club, an executive lounge that offers food and beverage experiences, butler service and separate spaces for gathering and entertaining. Four new dining outlets, including a Chinese restaurant and a speciality bar.
Rosewood Hangzhou adds to Rosewood Hotels & Resorts’ Asian footprint as the seventh property in development in the region, with a pipeline of projects in Shanghai, Shenzhen and Hoi An. The hotel joins nine existing properties in Asia, including Rosewood Beijing, Rosewood Guangzhou and Rosewood Hong Kong.
Lead image: Rosewood Hangzhou rendering (supplied)