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Tue, 2 July 2019

Ritz-Carlton Hotel Opens in Xi’an, China

Marriott has expanded its portfolio of Ritz-Carlton hotels with the opening of The Ritz-Carlton, Xi’an.

Xi’an is the ancient provincial capital of Shaanxi located in the central-northwestern region of China. With a history that spans thousands of years, Xi’an is one of China’s four ancient capitals and the former home to thirteen imperial Chinese dynasties. The city marks the eastern end of the ancient Silk Road and today is a key crossroad to one of the country’s most important trading corridors. Xi’an is home of the country’s legendary 2,000-year old Terracotta Warriors.

Designed by Remedios Studio, the hotel features 252 guestrooms and 31 suites, a variety of F&B outlets, a fitness centre, yoga studio, spa, and a wide range of meeting and event space. Click to enlarge.

Henry Lee, Chief Operations Officer & Managing Director, Greater China, Marriott International, said, “Affluent Chinese and international tourists traveling to Western China are increasingly seeking enriching experiences, and this opening reflects our continued commitment to provide those travelers with opportunities to explore destinations like Xi’an.”

Located in the business center of the Gao Xin District, The Ritz-Carlton, Xi’an boasts unique access to a variety of historical and cultural sites, including the legendary Terracotta Warriors, Great Wild Goose Pagoda and old City Walls.

Designed by Remedios Studio, the hotel features 252 guestrooms and 31 suites, a variety of F&B outlets, a fitness centre, yoga studio, spa, and a wide range of meeting and event space.

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