Ritz-Carlton Opens New Hotel in Chengdu, China

By Jesse Sokolow on 11 October 2013
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The hotel's exterior

The hotel’s exterior

Ritz-Carlton announced the opening of the Ritz-Carlton, Chengdu, in Southwestern China.  Located on the site of what was once an imperial palace, the property is the ninth Ritz-Carlton hotel in China.

The 41-story hotel has 353 guestrooms, 55 of which are suites.  The property also has a Ritz-Carlton Club Level, which features an exclusive concierge, private check-in, and five food and beverage services offered throughout the day.

The hotel offers various dining venues including the Li Xuan Chinese Restaurant, which features Cantonese and Sichuanese dishes, and Spices, an all-day restaurant with five open kitchens, featuring dishes from Italy, Japan, China, and Southeast Asia.  English afternoon tea is offered at the Lobby Lounge, and the Flair Lounge has private rooms and a menu of classic cocktails, Asian tapas, and fresh sushi.

The hotel also has a spa that offers ten treatment rooms, including two couples’ suites, and heated jade stone beds.  The spa also includes a beauty salon, fitness center, and indoor pool, equipped with an underwater music system.

The Ritz-Carlton, Chengdu offers 18,298 square feet (1,700 square meters) of meeting and event space, including two luxury ballrooms, and seven meeting rooms.


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