Cachet Hotel Group, Realtop Real Estate to develop URBN WINART in China

Cachet Hotel Group (CHG) announced that its URBN brand plans to debut in Kunming in 2016. The property, which will be called URBN WINART, is owned by Realtop Real Estate.

Located on Shu Lin Street, URBN WINART is part of a mixed-use complex called WINART that includes art studios, galleries, SOHO office, creative spaces, coffee shops, nightlife venues and restaurants. The WINART complex is adjacent to Kunming's landmark attractions, Jinma Biji Fang, East Temple Tower and West Temple Tower, major shopping malls, railway station and international diplomatic communities of Yunnan.

The six-story URBN property will have approximately 60 rooms, a signature all-day dining restaurant and a spa. All the guestrooms will have Mayair Technology air purification systems, custom bath amenities by New York based fashion designer Jay Godfrey, and the brand’s signature Renewal Bed.

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Paying respect to the local communities that surround the property, the new URBN WINART will incorporate local design elements that will remind people of the culture and heritage of Kunming.

CHG is a Hong Kong-based management company established in May 2013.

Established 16 years ago, Kunming Realtop Real Estate is a real estate developer. It developed and sold urban residential properties, and owns commercial properties.

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