Rosewood expands deeper in China with Xi’an signing

Rosewood Xi'an is slated to debut in 2026

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts is extending its presence deeper into China, revealing plans to open Rosewood Xi’an, an urban resort, in 2026. Located east of Xi’an’s Qujiang District, the property will provide leisure and business travellers alike with an ultra-luxury home base located in close proximity to major arts, shopping and tourism attractions.

Known as one of the world’s four ancient cities, Xi’an is the starting point of the historical Silk Road and home to the Terracotta Army of Emperor Qin Shi Huang, both of which are UNESCO World Heritage sites. Other notable cultural sites nearby include the Du Lin Relics Park, Xi’an Botanical Garden and Grand White Deer Plain.

Terracotta army, Xi'an | Image by Christel SAGNIEZ from Pixabay

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“We are pleased to continue our growth in China with the introduction of Rosewood Xi’an and remain steadfast in our commitment to expanding the Rosewood brand to the country’s most spectacular and culturally significant destinations,” said Sonia Cheng, Chief Executive Officer of Rosewood Hotel Group. “This development highlights the brand’s dedication to offering guests the unique opportunity to genuinely connect with and celebrate local cultures and communities all over the world.”

Rosewood Xi’an will feature 180 rooms and suites, four food and beverage outlets including a casual bistro, Chinese restaurant, a specialty restaurant and a bar. The hotel will also offer the brand’s exclusive executive lounge, The Manor Club, as well as Asaya, Rosewood’s integrative well-being concept, which will feature eight treatment rooms, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a fitness centre and a Rosewood Explorer’s club for children.

Rosewood Xi’an is the latest development announcement for the Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® brand, adding to a strong pipeline of projects set to open in China in the coming years, including Rosewood Shenzhen (2025), Rosewood Chengdu (originally slated for 2023, now 2026), Rosewood Hangzhou (2026) and Rosewood Shanghai (2028).

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