New World Hotels & Resorts, part of Rosewood Hotel Group, has announced its plan to expand its portfolio in Asia.
The upscale hotel brand expects to have a total of 18 hotels by the end of 2023, with two more scheduled to open in 2024.
The brand’s expansion intends to deliver modern accommodation to the new generation of business and leisure travellers to popular Asian destinations.
Rosewood Hotel Group vice-president of operations for Asia Pacific Hoss Vetry stated: “We are thrilled to be entering this immensely exciting phase as our commitment to New World Hotels & Resorts and dedication to Asian hospitality begins to yield remarkable results.
“With our plans coming to fruition, our passion to expand our diverse range of offerings and create truly meaningful experiences for our guests has never been stronger.”
In June 2023, the brand saw the opening of its New World Shijiazhuang Hutuo Resort in China.
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Three more Chinese resorts are set to open in 2023 in Chongqing, Taishan and Guangzhou.
Rosewood Hotel Group rebranded all KHOS properties in China as New World Hotels & Resorts in June 2023.
Hotels involved include the New World Qingyuan Hotel, the New World Langfang Hotel and the New World Shenyang Hotel.
In 2021, New World Hotels & Resorts entered a partnership with Rezen Group to develop and manage all newly opened New World Hotels & Resorts in mainland China.
The joint venture has already opened one property and is currently working on developing seven more.
In April 2023, New World Hotels & Resorts’s Hoiana Beach resort in Vietnam became operational.
In 2024 the brand will open its fifth property, New World Nha Trang Hotel, also in Vietnam, and plans to debut in Japan with the opening of New World La Plume Niseko Resort.