Accor has expanded its portfolio of luxury
hotels with the opening of the Raffles Shenzhen.
The Raffles Shenzhen is located at One Shenzhen Bay,
with direct connections to the adjacent Qianhai Economic Zone in
the rapidly developing Nanshan District.
In addition to the 168-room hotel, the 72-floor
building features the world’s highest music hall on the 71st
floor, some Raffles Residences, a helipad, office space, a car
showroom, international clubs, and more.
The Raffles Shenzhen hotel is home to six F&B outlets,
3,000 sqm of event space that includes a column-free grand
ballroom and eight multifunction halls, a spa, fitness center,
indoor swimming pool, a jacuzzi, vitality pool and a sauna.
Gary Rosen, Chairman and Chief Operating
Officer, Accor Greater China, said, “Shenzhen is a key component
to the government’s plans for the Greater Bay Area, it is linked
to the economic, innovation and infrastructure development of Hong
Kong, Macau and Guangzhou ... Raffles Shenzhen is destined to
become the favoured spot for local residents, business and
lifestyle travellers, particularly globally minded Chinese
travellers who want to experience the very best sense of the
Manhattan-based architect Kohn Pederson Fox
Associates (KPF) was responsible for the architecture of Raffles
Shenzhen, while Dubai’s LW Design was in charge of the hotel’s