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Langham Hospitality Group enters Qingdao

Langham Hospitality Group enters Qingdao

International luxury hotel operator Langham Hospitality Group expands its foot prints in China by announcing two properties - Langham Place and Eaton Luxe, Rio Carnival, Qingdao, marking the addition of its 18th and 19th hotels in the country.

Set amidst of the dynamic Rio Carnival - a new hub for luxury accommodation, dining, shopping and entertainment, Langham Place exemplifies the epitome of stimulating hospitality and Eaton Luxe offers the experience of a balanced lifestyle to discerning travellers.

The two hotels will feature a total of 700 elegantly appointed guestrooms, duplex villas and lofts in the twin towers; Michelin starred Chinese restaurants Ming Court and Yat Tung Heen; and the hotel group’s signature spa brand – Chuan Spa that offers exclusive spa experiences that are based on the principles of Traditional Chinese Medicine. Each hotel will house two ballrooms and a host of function rooms with state-of-the-art facilities.

Brett Butcher, Chief Executive Officer of Langham Hospitality Group said, “We bring to Qingdao a heritage of 150 years of luxury hospitality with the new Langham Place and Eaton Luxe. The Langham history dates back to 1865 when our flagship hotel, The Langham, London opened as Europe’s first grand hotel. We believe that it is this heritage of luxury hospitality that was built over time that sets us apart from the competition.”

Mr King Pak Fu, Executive Director, Carnival Group International Holdings Limited said, “The Rio Carnival project will bring a host of prestigious international brands into Qingdao, creating a new gem and lifestyle world-class complex. Partnering with Langham Hospitality Group’s Langham Place and Eaton Luxe hotels, will redefine luxury living in the centre of the city.”


Langham Place, Rio Carnival, Qingdao and Eaton Luxe, Rio Carnival, Qingdao will become the city’s architectural landmark as they open in 2013, the hotels will sit in the twin towers of the Rio Carnival enjoying the magnificent seascape in Qingdao.