BEIJING: Rosewood Hotel
By Maria Mao

Representing a number of firsts, the ultra-luxury Rosewood Hotel chain has unveiled a property in Beijing.

Oct 31, 2014
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Designed by renowned Melbourne-based architects Bar Studio, this ultra-luxury property represents a number of firsts for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, as well for Beijing. Boasting grand-scale gardens and 283 rooms (many with uninterrupted views of the CCTV tower), this Rosewood property is one of the largest hotels in the city.

“What we try to create is almost like a mansion within the hotel. It’s a different approach from other hotels in the city,” says Sonia Cheng, CEO of Rosewood Hotel Group. Guests of the hotel will feel the “Sense of Place,” the hotel’s guiding philosophy to reflect and celebrate each location’s culture, history and geography.

This first China property for Rosewood Hotels & Resorts also features 6 restaurants and lounges including Bistrot B and Bistrot Lounge and Bar, stylish hot pot restaurant Red Bowl, Mei Bar, Country Kitchen and House of Dynasties. The hotel also boasts the first Rosewood Sense Spa in Asia, as well as features an indoor swimming pool, gym and yoga studio. Catering to art aficionados, the interior throughout resembles that of an art collector’s private residence as porcelain accessories, Chinese paintings and specially crafted furniture fill the space.

To celebrate the launch, Rosewood Beijing is offering a special ‘Time to Discover’ opening package through February 28, 2015. The package includes guaranteed 24-hour check-in/check-out, airport limousine pick-up, and complimentary mini-bar and breakfast. Rates start at 2,188 RMB for a Deluxe Room, single or double occupancy, excluding tax and service charge. -Maria Mao Cui

Rosewood Beijing

Jing Guang Centre, Hujialou / 86 (0)10 6597 8888

Photo courtesy of Rosewood Beijing

 


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