The Ritz-Carlton debuts in China’s Ice City

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The Ritz-Carlton has extended its reach in north-east China with the latest opening in Harbin, the largest city in China’s Heilongjiang province.

The hotel offers a total of 3,500m2 of event space, including a Grand Ballroom equipped with three built-in LED screens along with the latest audiovisual technology, as well as floor-to-ceiling windows for river views. On the 56th floor, the hotel’s Sky Gallery has four multifunctional meeting rooms for private events.

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Delegates and business travellers can choose from its 368 guestrooms, including 31 suites. Each guestroom features blue-and-white floral motif art walls inspired by traditional Russian lace crafts.

Club guests will also have access to The Ritz-Carlton Club Lounge, which includes personalised check-ins, five different curated culinary experiences throughout the day as well as Club programming.

Amenities on-site include The Ritz-Carlton Spa with six treatment rooms, steam rooms, saunas, a heated indoor swimming pool, and a fitness corner. There are also four F&B options available, ranging from the all-day dining Manor 54 with local and international cuisine, to the Flair bar on the 56th floor serving cocktails and spirits paired with South-east Asian-inspired tapas.

Centrally located along the city’s Songhua River, the new luxury hotel is integrated within an upscale mixed residential and retail development in one of Harbin’s tallest buildings.

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