Fosters + Partners to build Rosewood Shenzhen Hotel in China

Rosewood Shenzhen Hotel to open in 2022 with Fosters + Partners appointed as architect of 300-room hotel.
The property will be part of a new mixed-use development of office, retail, hotel and serviced apartments. Photo credit: Rosewood Hotels & Resorts

Rosewood Hotels & Resorts was appointed by China Resources Land Limited (CR Land) to manage Rosewood Shenzhen, set to open in 2022.

Rosewood Shenzhen will be located on Shannan Boulevard, at the intersection of Nanshan, Futian and Baoan Districts. Fosters + Partners was appointed architect of the 300-room hotel, which will also have 50 Rosewood Residences.

The hotel's residential-style accommodations will have views over the greenery of the Noble Merchant Golf club and the cityscape of Shenzhen. The property will be part of a new mixed-use development of office, retail, hotel and serviced apartments.

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The hotel will have four restaurants and bars, 1,250 square meters (13,455 square feet) of meeting and event facilities (including a 750-square-meter or 8,073 square foot Main Ballroom), and leisure facilities including Sense, A Rosewood Spa, an indoor and outdoor swimming pool and a fitness center.

When it opens, Rosewood Shenzhen will join Rosewood's China properties in Beijing and Sanya, and upcoming properties in Hong Kong and Guangzhou this Winter, as well as Chengdu in 2022 and Shanghai in 2024.

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