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Rosewood Beijing
As Rosewood Hotels & Resorts’ first hotel in China, this 282-room Beijing hotel presents contemporary surroundings that are warm, refined and serene. With residential-style layouts that are amongst the largest in the city, the hotel’s guestrooms will evoke sensations of luxury apartment living. Natural finishes and textural overlays, spacious bathrooms and walk-in closets, non-traditional, residential elements and subtle Oriental overtones complete the sophisticated, homelike surroundings. Rosewood Beijing features six restaurants and lounges serving an array of authentic international cuisines, Sense, A Rosewood Spa with suites designed for overnight stays, indoor swimming pool, gym, yoga studio and 2,620 square meters of premier meeting and event space. The hotel offers more landscaped outdoor space than any other Beijing luxury hotel, with terraces, gardens and balconies incorporated into the design of many of the restaurants, leisure facilities and event venues.
Max.  730m2
Rosewood Hong Kong
Soring over Victoria Harbor in Kowloon, Rosewood Hong Kong is the Crown jewel of the new Victoria Dockside arts and design district. Expressing the city's dynamism, culture vibrancy and modernity, the design of this landmark ultra-luxury hotel exudes a gracious lifestyle within the elegant, vertical estate. It features majestic views of Victoria Harbor and Hong Kong Island, verdant landscaping, impeccably detailed interiors by Tony Chi and the first urban outpost of Asaya, the Rosewood hotels and resorts signature integrative wellness concept. Accommodations , amongst the most spacious in Hong Kong, include 18 specialty suites with sky gardens, private pools and wellness facilities. Impressive event venues include The Pavilion, which features soaring windows and its own private terrace with harbour views and state-of-art technology, in Rosewood's signature, high residential style.
Max.  1000m2
Rosewood Guangzhou
Rising 108 floors above the cosmopolitan streets of the Tianhe District, Rosewood Guangzhou’s occupies an ideal location in the heart of the business district. The property occupies the top 16 floors and podium of the newly opened CTF Finance Centre – Guangzhou’s tallest building at 530 meters – and is within easy walking distance of prominent commercial centres as well as enriching cultural and architectural landmarks.Rosewood Guangzhou sets a tone of sophistication and ambition with a striking facade designed by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates. The vertical residence incorporates several outdoor terraces, bringing a sense of calm and nature into the hotel. Inside, guests will find the fastest elevators in the world, whisking travellers through the property at 20 meters per second. While decidedly modern, Toronto-based design firm Yabu Pushelberg pays homage to the past with Chinese artwork, architectural accents and local textiles in refreshing contemporary contexts.
Max.  950m2
Rosewood Sanya
Located in Haitang Bay, Sanya on Hainan Island, the ultra-luxury Rosewood Sanya is the first Rosewood Hotels & Resorts® China resort, set within 16 hectares (40 acres) of landscaped gardens surrounding the Sanya Forum.  Rosewood Sanya offers 246 spacious, oceanfront guestrooms, including 45 with balcony plunge pools, and five restaurants and lounges, and maintains its signature A Sense of Place® philosophy, through the resort's innovative and unique design.  Throughout the resort, guests will experience aspects of wood, tribal totems and aquatic elements which create an elegant and contemporary space, celebrating the natural beauty of the surrounding environment, for Rosewood guests to discover on the paradise island of Sanya. A dramatic 110-meter infinity-edge sky pool on the 13th floor showcases sweeping South China Sea views. Other recreational facilities include Sense, A Rosewood Spa, a health club, fitness studio, indoor yoga studio and an outdoor yoga platform. A family recreation room complements a kid’s club and second outdoor swimming pool.
Max.  2700m2
New World Beijing Hotel
New World Beijing Hotel is centrally located in Wangfujing, the city’s bustling commercial centre. A distinctly inspiring gateway and getaway in the heart of Beijing, our award-winning hotel is just minutes from major cultural attractions including the Temple of Heaven and Tiananmen Square, and a 10-minute walk from the nearest metro-station.   Modern, elegant, timeless and infused with subtle Oriental touches, New World Beijing Hotel presents natural, inspiring spaces created for convenience and superlative efficiency in stylish surrounds.     
Max.  520m2
New World Wuhan Hotel
Perfectly placed in the heart of Wuhan in Hankou's central business district, New World Wuhan Hotel is in close proximity to the regional headquarters of many international companies. New World Wuhan Hotel's 327 beautifully appointed guestrooms provide breathtaking city or poolside garden views. 
Max.  600m2
New World Guiyang Hotel
New World Guiyang Hotel opened on 25 September 2014 to residents and visitors to this increasingly popular China summer resort city and capital of Guizhou Province. The hotel is located in the newly developed Guanshanhu District city centre, close to the City Government Administrative Offices and Guiyang International Exhibition and Convention Centre and only steps away from the metro station which is due to be completed in 2018.  Within an easy driving distance from downtown and just 45 minutes from the Longdongbao International Airport, key highways connecting to other areas of Guizhou (such as Lanhai Highway and Hukun Highway) and Guiyang North Railway Station are merely 10 minutes driving distance from the hotel. As the first New World Hotel in Southwest China, New World Guiyang Hotel aims to deliver Modern Oriental Hospitality to guests and was awarded “Most Preferred Hotels for Business Travellers of China” by the 11th China Hotel Starlight Awards.
Max.  940m2
New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel
New World Millennium Hong Kong Hotel is a 5-star landmark conveniently situated in the business, tourist and shopping district of Tsim Sha Tsui East. The hotel features spectacular Victoria Harbour views or the bustling city views. A HK$300 million makeover was unveiled in December 2017.
Max.  438m2
KHOS Langfang
Leave everything you know about hotels outside the door at KHOS Langfang, a brand-new hospitality concept that combines tastefully appointed guest rooms with the modern-day equivalent of a town square, where travelers are invited to explore, absorb from, collaborate with, and recover amidst a vibrant local culture and people. Created for creators, KHOS Langfang is a space to engender trailblazing ideas for a global class of tastemakers.
Max.  820m2
KHOS Qingyuan
KHOS Qingyuan is a hot springs retreat that redefines the luxury getaway experience for modern travelers. As the first hotel of its caliber in the up-and-coming tourist destination of Qingyuan, KHOS combines the holistic benefits of the region’s natural hot springs with breathtaking scenery. A unique selection of curated experiences ensures that guests relax, indulge, reconnect with nature and make the most of an adventure unplugged.
Max.  1010m2
KHOS Shenyang
KHOS Shenyang (part of the Rosewood Hotel Group) is located in the most exciting part of the city – in an upscale entertainment, retail and dining district of Shenyang’s Golden Corridor – with direct access to the K11 Art Mall, New World EXPO and Wulihe metro station. It just door steps from the Hun River and Shenshui Bay Park and a twenty minutes’ drive to Shenyang Taoxian International Airport and Shenyang’s train stations.KHOS Shenyang features 400 impeccably designed guestrooms and suites that are sleek, stylish and superbly comfortable with splendid river, garden, or city vistas. Heated indoor swimming pool and dedicated workout zones for core, balance, cardio, barre and boxing restoring guests’ physical and mental well-being. KHOS Eat & Drink presents a diverse spectrum of colorful culinary destinations, ranging from casually convivial Asian eateries to unparalleled upscale Chinese private dining. Guests can convene, celebrate and commemorate in the contemporary 1,248-square-meter (13,433-square-foot) pillar-free Grand Hall with its capacity for more than 1,100 guests, KHOS Gather is a place to foster a more collaborative of productivity.KHOS Shenyang stays true to its name, which is derived from the Mongolian word meaning “pair,” representing a fusion between the world of modern hospitality and the energy of Asia’s vibrant culture and people. More than just a place to stay, KHOS Shenyang is designed to facilitate connections, ignite innovation and engender trailblazing ideas for a global class of change-makers.
Max.  1248m2

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An idyllic meeting venue that just got better

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Accor launches industry first solution to eliminate single-use plastics

THE INITIATIVE IS A SIGNIFICANT STEP AND A PILOT SCHEME WILL BE ROLLED OUT FIRST WITH THE SOFITEL BRAND IN DECEMBER 2020  Li Binghua, Division Director, Market Management Office, Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism and Gary Rosen, Chief Executive Officer, Accor Greater China, unveiled Accor’s biodegradable solution to replace single-use guest plastic bathroom amenities   In an industry-first, Accor Greater China will replace single-use plastic bathroom amenities with a biodegradable solution. The roll-out is part of Accor’s commitment to reduce its impact on the environment and create positive, sustainable hospitality. A launch ceremony was held in Sofitel Shanghai Hongqiao on December 2, 2020, with the attendance from representatives for Shanghai Municipal Bureau of Culture and Tourism Market Management Office, Accor management team, as well as professionals from industry associations and hospitality partners.   In 2019, Accor committed to and delivered against the promise to eliminate plastic drinking straws, stir sticks and cotton buds. The next phase entails eliminating individual plastic amenities and cups as well as other single-use plastic items in guest rooms, meeting areas, restaurants and leisure activity areas to be achieved in the coming few years.  Accor has been committed to a responsible attitude for 25 years and will now go further to reduce its impact on the environment.   Accor is a signatory to the Global Tourism Plastics Initiative led by the United Nations Environment Programme to remove all single-use plastics in guest experiences from its hotels over the next few years. As a partner in this initiative, Accor strives to lead by example, drive action internally, share knowledge and initiate collaborations as a responsible industry leader. It is a significant step forward for the global hospitality industry and for Accor, which has been committed to sustainability for decades.  Accor’s solution for its guest bathroom amenities is to replace them with a biodegradable solution encased in chic ceramic containers that incorporate contemporary designs. The solution was developed with a recognized international company that specializes in travel and hotel amenities solutions. The biodegradable capsule which holds the products is made from renewable raw plant materials including corn and cassava. As it is  biodegradable, it is environmentally friendly with a lower ecological impact. The 290ml containers for shampoo, conditioner, shower gel and body lotion feature sealed polylactic acid (PLA) inner bottles to ensure the highest hygiene and practicality. This eco-innovation and environmental-friendly container was derived after a series of professional experiments, trials and testing conducted over the course of a year. This first of its kind solution is expected to help save more than 16 million of single-use plastic bathroom amenities bottles on average per year across Accor’s luxury and premium branded hotels in Greater China.    Guests can experience the new Accor biodegradable solution at Sofitel luxury hotels across Greater China with Lanvin, Sofitel’s partner for bathroom amenities.   Sofitel is the pilot brand for this new initiative in Greater China, with other Accor luxury and premium brands to follow in 2021. The initiative is in line with the Chinese Central Government’s ban of single-use plastics as the country’s active response to the negative impact of plastic pollution on health and ecology as announced in January 2020. Gary Rosen, CEO Accor Greater China, said: “We are honoured to lead the market as a pioneer in identifying and rolling out this innovative and sustainable initiative in Greater China. We aspire to set an example as a responsible corporate citizen while positively changing mindsets by adopting the logic of reduce, re-use and recycle. Our non-plastic amenities solution underscores our commitment to the environment and the communities where we operate our hotels. It is a holistic concept that fulfils many criteria including ecological impact, quality guest experience and excellent brand alignment.” Representative for the Shanghai Tourism Trade Association, Hotel Industry Division said: “Plastic pollution is one of the major environmental challenges of our time and we have an important role to play in contributing to the solution. We are glad to see that through the plastics ban initiative, hospitality companies and tourist destinations have creative solutions to innovate the way they reduce the use of plastics to advance circularity in our economies while reducing plastics pollution in China.”     Sébastien Bazin, Chairman and CEO, Accor, said: “Our industry has a significant impact on the planet and we fully measure how key our responsibility is to create sustainable tourism for our employees, guests, suppliers, partners and host communities. We are proud that our teams in Greater China have taken a leading role to create unexpected solutions locally, and to inspire others.”   ABOUT ACCOR Accor is a world leading hospitality group consisting of more than 5,000 properties and 10,000 food and beverage venues throughout 110 countries. The group has one of the industry’s most diverse and fully-integrated hospitality ecosystems encompassing luxury and premium brands, midscale and economy offerings, unique lifestyle concepts, entertainment and nightlife venues, restaurants and bars, branded private residences, shared accommodation properties, concierge services, co-working spaces and more. Accor also boasts an unrivalled portfolio of distinctive brands and approximately 300,000 team members worldwide. Over 65 million members benefit from the company’s comprehensive loyalty program ALL - Accor Live Limitless - a daily lifestyle companion that provides access to a wide variety of rewards, services and experiences. Through its Planet 21 – Acting Here, Accor Solidarity, RiiSE and ALL Heartist Fund initiatives, the group is focused on driving positive action through business ethics, responsible tourism, environmental sustainability, community engagement, diversity and inclusivity.  Founded in 1967, Accor SA is headquartered in France and publicly listed on the Euronext Paris Stock Ex (ISIN code: FR0000120404) and on the OTC Market (Ticker: ACRFY) in the United States. For more information visit or follow Accor on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram.     Accor Greater China Phyllis Sio                                                                             April Ling Executive Director of Communications                     Communications Manager Phone: +86 159 2079 9606                                     Phone: +86 21 6119 9839 Email:                Email: