Cachet announces Asia debut; will open Guizhou hotel

Cachet Hotel Group will launch its first resort development in Asia later this year. Located in Guizhou Province, China, the dual-branded resort development Cachet Resort Wanfeng Valley is set to open with both URBN and Cachet Resort concepts in October 2016.

Owned and developed by Guizhou SenYao Real Estate Development Company, the resort covers 300 acres in Xingyi City and is close to the main airport and hi-speed rail station, set to open in 2020.
 
Designed by Milan-based architect Stefano Boeri in tandem with Simon Ma the resort complex will include a 182-room Cachet Resort Hotel and a 71-room URBN hotel. The property will operate on CHG's technology platform, CachetWorld, which includes a search and booking engine for boutique and lifestyle hotels and high-end residences worldwide.
 
Cachet CEO and President Alexander Mirza said tat the signing “underscores our commitment to fulfilling the demand for lifestyle destinations in Asia.”
 
This announcement comes on the heels of several other new projects by CHG in Asia and the Americas including Cachet Boutique Zhejiang Circuit and Westlake Village Inn – A Cachet Hotel. With an unprecedented opportunity for international growth, Cachet Hotel Group is establishing itself as an international brand leader.
 

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