Jay Godfrey designs Cachet Hotel Group’s flagship Chengdu hotel

Cachet Hotel Group (CHG) is launching its flagship CACHET brand in Chengdu, China in 2016. Presently under construction, the Cachet Hotel is located in the High Tech Zone and is part of a mixed-use development called Chengdu Jinbao Plaza, comprising office and commercial towers, a financial center and a luxury shopping mall.

Graced by a glass facade, Cachet’s 191-room lifestyle hotel will convey a “West meets East” brand story that pays homage to the region’s cultural heritage, enhanced by modernism and entertainment.

From its roots in the East, Cachet’s hotel rooms will showcase traditions of Asian design such as Chinese motifs, woodcarvings, local sculptures and silk textures. From the West, Cachet will have fashion suites created by New York based interior designer Jay Godfrey.

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The property will have keyless mobile check-in, and electronic tablets that can be used to access a suite of hotel services, including an entertainment menu, concierge, in room dining, laundry and housekeeping.

There will be other amenities that will be available. The restaurant, Le Sheng, will offer cuisines from all corners of China. Cachet’s signature cSPA will offer guests Eastern wellness therapies and treatments. The property’s public spaces will serve as backdrops for local communities and highlight the works of emerging artists, designers and entertainers. Meanwhile, Cachet’s bar and lounge, Eden, will have a cocktail list, guest DJs and live music performances.

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