Four Seasons plans 10th China hotel in Dalian

Chinese real estate development company Luneng Group will open a Four Seasons hotel in Dalian, located in the Liaodong Peninsula in northeastern China. The new mixed-use tower in the Donggang will include office space along with the hotel.

Designed by NBBJ Shanghai and Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA) Singapore, the Four Seasons Hotel Dalian will include approximately 250 guestrooms and suites, a pool, fitness center and spa. The Hotel will also include event and meeting space with several ballrooms and meeting rooms. 

Tokyo-based designers Strickland will develop the property's on-site restaurants, as well as a hotel bar, lobby lounge and a deli and pastry shop with outdoor terrace.

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Construction is set to begin later this year, with an anticipated opening in 2020.

Luneng Group is the wholly owned subsidiary of State Grid Corporation of China. SGCC, in turn, is a state-owned key enterprise in China and the world's largest public utility company.

Four Seasons currently has nine hotels open across China. 

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