Ritz-Carlton Debuts New Hotel in China

By Jesse Sokolow on 18 October 2013
  • Share
The hotel's exterior

The hotel’s exterior

Ritz-Carlton announced the opening the Ritz-Carlton, Tianjin, in Northeast China.  The hotel is the company’s tenth property in the country.

The hotel has 277 art deco guestrooms, as well as 53 suites.  Each room is decorated with hand painted murals of traditional European scenes and Chinese Imperial paintings, and many of the rooms offer buttressed stone outdoor balconies.

The property’s Ritz-Carlton Club features an open kitchen, traditional English afternoon tea, a private dining room, a lounge, and a bar.  The club also has a dedicated concierge and private check-in.

The Ritz-Carlton, Tianjin has four restaurants, including Zest, which offers all-day dining and features world cuisine, and Tian Tai Xuan, which serves authentic contemporary Cantonese options.  The hotel’s Lobby Lounge offers cocktails and traditional afternoon tea, and the Flair bar features a lounge with live DJs, private wine and cigar rooms, and offers sushi and South Asian-inspired snacks.

The hotel also has an 11,302-square-foot (1,050-square-meter) grand ballroom, as well as a courtyard.

Accura News

Read previous post:
United Airlines Plans Nonstop Service from San Francisco to Tokyo’s Haneda Airport

United Airlines announced Friday that it had applied to the Department of Transportation for authority to offer nonstop service from...