Rosewood Hotels & Resorts announced that Rosewood Hangzhou – its ninth hotel in Greater China and seventeenth in Asia – will open in 2025. Located in Wangjiang New City, a new hub of innovation, technology and financial services in the heart of Hangzhou, the luxury hotel will occupy prime real estate within a growing mixed-use development project set to revamp the city skyline.
Spanning 740,000 square meters, the Wangjiang New City development will include a K11 Art Mall, office buildings and workspaces, luxury residences, and cultural attractions, in addition to Rosewood Hangzhou. The hotel will be located in a standalone building totaling 25,000 square meters over 16 stories.
The hotel’s architecture will be designed by internationally renowned Büro Ole Scheeren, while Shanghai-based Neri&Hu will be responsible for the interiors. Rosewood Hangzhou is being designed for both LEED and WELL certification, following the optimal framework for engineering a green building with maximum sustainability features and benefits. Büro Ole Scheeren, an international architecture firm that practices architecture, urbanism, interior design, and research, will work with Rosewood Hotels & Resorts to showcase the positive impacts that built environments can have on their visitors and the planet.
Rosewood Hangzhou will feature 140 accommodations, including 17 suites. Suite guests will enjoy exclusive access to Rosewood’s signature Manor Club, an executive lounge that offers food and beverage experiences, butler service, and separate spaces for gathering and entertaining. The property will boast four new dining outlets, including an all-day bistro, a Chinese restaurant and a specialty bar. There will also be an all-new culinary and retail hybrid concept that combines the offerings of a flower shop, living room lounge and patisserie. Additional amenities will include a state-of-the-art fitness center, indoor pool, and hydrotherapy areas. Ideal for both business gatherings and personal celebrations, meeting and event spaces and facilities will span 1,100 square meters and include an 800 square-meter ballroom.