Location: Overlooking Tianfu Square, this centrally-located hotel is just minutes’ walking distance from the nearest metro station ideal for navigating the tea-city.
History: Incorporating centuries of Cantonese and Sichuan traditions and style, the Ritz-Carlton opened their doors in October of 2013 in Chengdu.
Service: Founded in 1983, the Ritz-Carlton is world-renowned for their impeccable service. Guests even enjoy having their rooms serviced twice daily.
The Ritz-Carlton, Chengdu, situated in the center of the capital of Sichuan province, is a strong new contender in Southwest China’s luxury hotel market. The hotel is located in Tianfu Square, one of the city’s main commercial districts. The Ritz-Carlton has 353 well-appointed suites designed in the style of a traditional Chengdu courtyard home, some of which can still be found in the old parts of the city. The room interiors combine light woods and a palette of cool blue and golden colors intended to subtly reflect the city’s heritage in a modern context. The hotel’s facilities include an indoor swimming pool, fitness center, spa, ballrooms and meeting rooms. There are three restaurants to choose from, serving refined Cantonese cuisine and other international specialties, as well as a lobby lounge where guests can enjoy a sweet treat with their afternoon tea.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Providing 353 spacious guestrooms and suites, guests choose from Executive Suites, Deluxe Rooms and Premier Rooms. Guests may also choose to stay at the club level for exclusive additional benefits including a private lounge and a butler. Most rooms offer stunning panoramic views of the beautiful city below.
Guests who stay in the hotel’s Deluxe Rooms may enjoy a relaxing bath using Asprey bath amenities after a busy day exploring the area. This 538-square-foot room is more than comfortable for a tired traveler.
Measuring 1,044 square feet, this spacious room is a home away from home. A walk-in closet gives travelers plenty of space to hang up clothing or other personal items. An in-room iPad and five-fixture bathroom are additional extravagant touches.
In addition to receiving the typical luxurious services at the Ritz-Carlton, guests staying in the Premiere Room receive an overnight shoeshine and plush terry robes. Spacious and welcoming, the room measures 538 square feet.
On-site spa and a fitness center allow guests to take care of themselves. Spending a pampering day at the full-service spa is the perfect way to begin or end any trip. An on-site fitness center allows guests to enjoy a convenient workout.
State-of-the-art gym equipment takes exercise up a notch with Technogym exercise equipment. Guests can listen to music even when swimming laps in the large indoor swimming pool with an underwater sound system. A dedicated yoga studio provides classes for guests. Jade relaxation beds, comforting vitality pools, sauna and a steam room are the perfect way to end to a workout.
Indulge in one of many treatments incorporating local tea and inspired by the historic Silk Road in a calming, nurturing environment. Signature therapies include Harmonic Healing, 14 Meridians Therapy and “Tui-Na” with Jade Scalp Therapy. Traditional treatments include body massages, facials, body therapies, express remedies and even entire spa journeys for guest’s ultimate relaxation.
Chengdu has been declared the first City of Gastronomy in Asia by UNESCO for its delicious, fiery Sichuan cuisine. The Ritz-Carlton’s fine dining options are no exception to the city’s fine culinary reputation. Memorable surroundings complement delicious bites in the different spaces. Guests may choose from a multicultural selection of four different dining options.
Appropriately-named, enjoy hand-made sushi, Asian-themed tapas and fantastic original cocktails from the stylish outdoor lounge presented in an innovative display. Unrivaled views of the city set this sophisticated atmosphere apart from other venues.
Classic Cantonese and Sichuanese dishes are expertly-prepared for those looking to try the local area’s famous nosh. Balancing contemporary pleasures with China’s millennia-old dishes is perfectly achieved at this fine-dining restaurant.
Live cooking stations set the funky atmosphere in this atmospheric restaurant, serving up sizzling international favorites. Choose from Japanese, Southeast Asian, Chinese
Unwind after a busy day spent exploring the bustling tea metropolis with a signature cocktail. A tasteful menu offers up exquisite Chinese- and Western-style desserts. Traditional afternoon tea is available as well for a cultural experience.
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