Ritz-Carlton to Open Hotel in Almaty, Kazakhstan

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Thursday, 6 December 2012

[HD video below] Ritz-Carlton has expanded its luxury hotel portfolio in the CIS with the development of its first hotel in Kazakhstan.

The 145 room hotel is located in the 37 storey Esentai Tower within the mixed use Esentai Park development project in Almaty which includes an extensive shopping mall, fitness club and residential complexes.

The hotel, located in the centre of the city, will offer Club and Suite accommodation together with over 10,000 square feet of meeting facilities.

The Ritz-Carlton, Almaty is owned by a subsidiary of Capital Partners LLC.

We are honored to partner with Capital Partners to manage this exciting property, said Herve Humler , President and Chief Operating Officer. Almaty is an important business centre in the region and we are delighted to now be able to offer The Ritz-Carlton experience to our global business travellers visiting this city. 

Burak Oymen, co-founder of Capital Partners added, We are delighted to be working again with Ritz-Carlton. We believe that the partnership between Capital Partners and Ritz-Carlton, which has already worked so well in Moscow, will help create another exceptional hotel in an exceptional city.

Almaty, formerly the capital city of Kazakhstan, is the Republics largest city and an important cultural and commercial centre. Located between the Bolshaya and Malaya rivers, Almaty was formerly one of the transit stations on the Silk Road and is now a vibrant business destination.

The Ritz-Carlton, Almaty is scheduled to open late 2013.

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