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The Ritz-Carlton Shenzhen Opens In Mixed-Use Complex

The 282-room Ritz-Carlton Shenzhen has opened, making it the fifth property of the luxury hotel brand to have opened in China in the space of slightly more than two years.

The mixed-use complex will include The Ritz-Carlton Shenzhen, office space, and high-end retail space and is located next to a metro station serving the city's two main lines with direct access to rail links to Hong Kong and cities in China.

For MICE events, the hotel is close to the convention center, and offers a variety of fully-featured meeting and function space. The 608 square meter Grand Ballroom, which is divisible into three and has 8.5-meter high ceilings, can accommodate conferences and special events of up to 600 guests, while nine smaller function rooms and an executive boardroom can be used for meetings from 12 to 300 guests.

In total the hotel offers 1,319 square meters of meeting space, all of which is equipped with advanced technology, including a broadcasting system linked to all function rooms, and a 12,000-lumen built-in projector.

The fifth floor of the hotel features a landscaped roof garden including an outdoor heated swimming pool, a terrace and Jacuzzi with sundeck. A 1,300 square meters spa and fitness center occupying two floors offers a fully equipped gymnasium, yoga studio, six private treatment rooms and four outside cabanas.

Four specialty restaurants, a lounge, a bar, and a delicatessen offer a range of dining options from traditional Chinese to classic Italian cuisine. Flavorz, the hotel's all-day dining restaurant offers international dishes from five live cooking stations, while Xingli, a contemporary Chinese restaurant, serves authentic Chiu Chow, Cantonese, and Sichuan specialties.






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