Langham enters Qingdao, China

Langham Hospitality Group has announced that it is expanding its foot prints in China with two properties - Langham Place and Eaton Luxe, Rio Carnival, Qingdao, marking the addition of its 18th and 19th hotels in the country.

The two hotels will feature a total of 700 guestrooms, duplex villas and lofts in the twin towers; Michelin starred Chinese restaurants Ming Court and Yat Tung Heen; and the hotel group’s signature spa brand – Chuan Spa. Each hotel will house two ballrooms and a host of function rooms.

Langham Place, Rio Carnival, Qingdao and Eaton Luxe, Rio Carnival, Qingdao are being eyed to become the city’s architectural landmark when they open in 2013. The hotels will sit in the twin towers of the Rio Carnival, thereby offering the seascape in Qingdao.

Langham Hospitality Group encompasses a family of hospitality brands which include hotels, resorts, residential serviced apartments, restaurants and spas, located on four continents. The brands include the luxurious Langham and Langham Place, the upscale Eaton Luxe, midscale Eaton Smart and the Chuan Spa. Currently, 28 member hotels are open or in the pipeline across four continents.

Langham Hospitality Group is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Great Eagle Holdings, founded in 1963 and listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange in 1972.

Langham Hospitality Group's property in Sydney

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