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Ritz-Carlton has opened a hotel in Chengdu, the first of two properties that it will add in China this month.
The Chengdu hotel is located on the site of a former imperial palace in the centre of the south-western Chinese city. The 41-storey, 353-room tower will have 113 Club rooms and 55 suites. It will also offer 1,700 square metres of meeting space for up to 900 guests.
Chengdu will be followed by another new hotel in Tianjin later this month. They will bring Ritz-Carlton’s presence in China to a total of 10 properties. Both new properties will offer club-level personal butler services and private check-in.
Chengdu, an industrial centre with a rapidly expanding population of 15 million, is the latest Asian destination for British Airways, which began flying to the city from Heathrow last month.
The two new hotels takes the brands' total in China to 10 including its Hong Kong property and a resort on the holiday island of Hainan.