The Castle Hotel opens in Dalian, China

The Luxury Collection, part of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, opened The Castle Hotel, A Luxury Collection Hotel, Dalian. Owned by the Dalian Yifang Group and managed by Starwood Hotels & Resorts, The Castle Hotel marks The Luxury Collection’s first hotel in Liaoning, China. 

The Castle Hotel has 292 guestrooms and suites as well as 67 residences, offering ocean views. The hotel was designed by HBA Interior Design,

“We are delighted to open the doors of The Castle Hotel as the first Luxury Collection hotel in Dalian,” said Eddie Tang, GM of The Castle Hotel. “It has been our pleasure and honour to transform this enduring icon into a unique and enchanting luxury hotel – unlike any other in China.  We look forward to providing global explorers with authentic travel experiences and exceptional service as they visit the multifaceted city of Dalian.”  

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The Castle Hotel has three restaurants. Zhen Bao restaurant offers authentic gourmet Cantonese fare including “sea-to-table” seafood from Dalian and “farm-to-table” meats and produce; Collections is an all-day dining restaurant with an international menu; and the Royal Cellar has home-brewed German beer and northern European specialties. In addition, guests can choose from two lounge areas - The Lobby Lounge is an bar offering high tea; while the Aristocrat Lounge offers wines and cigars. 

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