Ex­pand­ing em­pire

Hong Kong Tatler - - Features -

Plan­ning a hol­i­day and need some in­spi­ra­tion? Pen­cil in a trip to one of Rosewood’s com­ing ho­tels

Rosewood Beijing

De­signed by renowned Mel­bourne-based ar­chi­tects Bar Stu­dio, the ul­tra-lux­ury prop­erty, to open this month, rep­re­sents a num­ber of firsts for Rosewood Ho­tels & Re­sorts and Beijing. It will have larger land­scaped gar­dens than any other Beijing ho­tel and its 283 rooms will be among the largest in the city—many with un­in­ter­rupted views of the CCTV Tower.


With an em­pha­sis on pri­vacy and a re­turn to na­ture, Rosewood Phuket, the brand’s first prop­erty in Thai­land, is sched­uled to open in 2016 and will com­prise 80 vil­las and 32 res­i­dences set on the spec­tac­u­lar Emer­ald Bay beach­front. Other stand­out fea­tures in­clude a labyrinth gar­den, a rus­tic Thai restau­rant and six spa vil­las.


Oc­cu­py­ing the top 16 floors of Guangzhou’s CTF Fi­nance Cen­tre, this daz­zling city prop­erty will boast a num­ber of record­break­ing fea­tures when it opens in 2017: the first ho­tel in the tallest prop­erty in Guangzhou, the fastest lifts in the world and the high­est cock­tail bar in Main­land China. There will also be seven restau­rants and two bars.

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