RTKL designs CHG's first dual-branded project in Wuhan, eyes 2018 opening

The hotel is scheduled to open in 2018 and will mark CHG's first dual-branded project in Wuhan.

Cachet Hotel Group has signed a management agreement with real estate developer Wuhan King Land Co. for the dual-branded Cachet Hotel Apartments and URBN Boutique Hotel in Wuhan, China.

The hotel, scheduled to open in 2018, will have 196 rooms, multiple restaurants and social gathering spaces. It will be CHG's first dual-branded project in Wuhan.

Designed by American architectural firm RTKL, Cachet Hotel Apartments Wuhan and URBN Boutique Hotel Wuhan will be situated in a mixed-used development known as Ace-Mega. The Ace-Mega development includes residences, shopping areas, Class-A office buildings and other facilities and amenities for residents and guests.

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Occupying the top 18 floors of the property, Cachet Hotel Apartments Wuhan will have 160 apartments ranging from studios to two-bedroom suites, each with a kitchen, work space, living area and home entertainment system. 

The 36-room URBN Boutique Hotel, meanwhile, will be eco-friendly. Wood will feature prominently in the room design, and will be mixed with decor and furnishings in natural tones. Also to be used will be Thai silks and velvets in a palette of charcoal and soft earth tones to complement the natural woods. URBN's signature COCO-MAT Renewal Beds will also be available.

The property will have three restaurants and bars: Le Sheng Chinese Restaurant, Porterhouse steakhouse and C-Lounge.

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