Raffles Hotels & Resorts has announced the official launch of two new landmark hotels, Raffles Shenzhen and Raffles Maldives Meradhoo.
“The Raffles collection now includes 14 properties across 12 countries, with a carefully curated list of distinguished addresses in leading markets around the world,” said Chris Cahill, deputy CEO at Accor. “With a storied history spanning more than 130 years, Raffles is currently experiencing a renaissance, with a robust project pipeline that will see the portfolio add an additional 8-10 hotels over the next few years.”
Both properties opened earlier this month and are now accepting reservations at raffles.com.
Raffles Shenzhen is a luxury urban oasis situated in the modern metropolis of Shenzhen. The property is perched on the top floors of a 72-storey tower in the prestigious One Shenzhen Bay complex, offering 168 guestrooms, as well as a selection of serviced residences.
Highlights of the hotel include exquisite dining venues, spectacular views of Shenzhen Bay and Hong Kong, the famous Raffles Butlers, and the warm, graceful and personalised service for which they are known.
Raffles Maldives Meradhoo
On the remote southern tip of the Maldives archipelago, Raffles Maldives Meradhoo is surrounded by crystalline waters, featuring 21 island beach villas and 16 ocean overwater villas. On the resort, guests receive careful attention from the legendary Raffles Butlers, along with an exclusive Marine Butler service, Children’s Butlers and private chefs.
“We continue to expand our illustrious hotel collection”
“With the doors now officially open at Raffles Maldives Meradhoo and Raffles Shenzhen, we are delighted to invite guests to experience the impeccable service, intuitive charm and extraordinary adventures upon which the Raffles legend has been built,” said Jeannette Ho, vice president, Raffles Brand & Strategic Partnerships.
“The next few years will be very exciting for our guests and global ambassadors as we continue to expand our illustrious hotel collection, bringing Raffles to the most fascinating, attractive and culturally rich regions of the world.”