Rosewood Shanghai To Break Ground In 2022
Shanghai, China - 3 August 2020 - Rosewood Hotels & Resorts has been appointed by Shanghai-based property development company, Lonsen Land Group, to manage Rosewood Shanghai, a new hotel in mainland China set to break ground in 2022, with an expected opening in 2028. Ideally situated in the heart of Shanghai's Jing'An District and Suhewan area, an emerging business and cultural hub, Rosewood Shanghai will offer travelers unparalleled access to the city. The announcement of Rosewood Shanghai underscores the brand's careful, selective growth strategy in Asia and across the globe, as well as the strength of its impressive property pipeline, which is now the most robust in Rosewood's history.
Occupying prime real estate within a mixed-use project designed by renowned international studio Foster + Partners, Rosewood Shanghai is set to transform the city skyline. Occupying the top floors of the site's landmark building, which will be one of the tallest complexes in the city's Puxi district at 320 meters, the hotel will deliver unique design conceived to showcase its expansive views of the metropolis. In keeping with the brand's guiding A Sense of Place philosophy, the destination's storied history, rich culture and dynamic spirit will serve as additional inspiration for the property's design ethos and bespoke programming.
Rosewood Shanghai will offer 200 guestrooms and suites, five food and beverage establishments and Asaya, Rosewood Hotels & Resorts' revolutionary wellness concept.
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