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Designed by Melbourne-based Bar Studio, the ultra-luxury property will employ Rosewood’s guiding Sense of Place® philosophy, through which the chain strives to “reflect and celebrate each location’s culture, history and geography,” Radha Arora, president of Rosewood Hotels & Resorts, said in a statement in which he described the property as, “Contemporary and warm, homelike and refined, energetic and serene.”
The hotel offers more landscaped outdoor space than any other Beijing luxury hotel, with terraces, gardens and balconies integrated into the design of many of the restaurants, spa, recreational facilities, meeting and function areas. Rosewood Hotels & Resorts used Bangkok-based P Landscape, acclaimed for its resort landscaping, for the
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The Rosewood Beijing offers seven restaurants and lounges that will serve authentic international cuisines. A Chinese restaurant features a casual and contemporary lower floor restaurant as well as nine private dining suites on the floor above, designed for exclusivity and luxury.
The Sense® spa will be the first in Asia and includes another Rosewood first: five spa suites designed for overnight stays. Complementary recreational facilities will include an indoor swimming pool, gym and yoga studio.
The annex to the hotel also includes a residential-style meeting and function space that will be a signature of all future Asia Rosewood properties. The Pavilion includes two combinable areas for events, with dining spaces, bar, lounges and show kitchens, all finished and accessorized as in an elegant private home.
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