Rosewood plans Taipei hotel

The Rosewood Taipei is set to open in 2024. Photo credit: Rosewood Hotels & Resorts.

Fubon Hospitality Management has tapped Rosewood Hotels & Resorts to manage Rosewood Taipei, set to open in 2024.  

The hotel will have 191 guestrooms and 27 suites, five restaurants and bars, as well as meeting and function facilities. For wellness, the property also will have an indoor pool, a fitness center and Sense, A Rosewood Spa.

The appointment checks another box for Rosewood's global expansion plans. The luxury hotel group next year is set to open properties in Hong Kong, Bangkok, Yangon and  Guangzhou. Other openings ahead include hotels in Shanghai, Hermana Mayor, Half Moon Bay Antigua, Munich, Venice and Vienna.


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Last month, China Resources Land Limited (CR Land) appointed Rosewood Hotels & Resorts to manage Rosewood Shenzhen, set to open in 2022. The property will be part of a new mixed-use development of office, retail, hotel and serviced apartments.

Earlier this year, Riant Capital partnered with Hyatt Hotels Corporation to convert Taipei's Commune A7 into a mixed-use tower with two hotels under the Park Hyatt and Andaz brands. The real estate investment firm plans to develop the two hotels in the upcoming Taipei Sky Tower in the Xinyi District opening in 2020. And last year, IHG signed a deal for a Kimpton hotel in Taipei in partnership with Malaysia's Cornerstone Partners Group. The 14-story Kimpton Taipei city center hotel is scheduled for a soft opening in spring and will have 129 rooms and suites. 

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