Luxury hospitality brand The Ritz-Carlton has made its debut in Northeast China with the opening of new hotel in Harbin, China.

Located along the city’s Songhua River, The Ritz-Carlton, Harbin is integrated within an upscale mixed residential and retail development in one of the city’s tallest buildings.

The Ritz-Carlton, Harbin is located just 3.2km from the Harbin Railway Station.

The property features 368 guest rooms, including its 31 suites, which are designed by design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates (HBA).

Dining venues in the hotel include all-day dining, Manor 54, serving local and international cuisines; Cantonese fine-dining restaurant, King Wong Heen; The Lobby Lounge catering afternoon tea; and the signature bar FLAIR located on the 56th floor.

The hotel also has Ritz-Carlton Spa featuring six appointed treatment rooms, wellness areas, a heated indoor swimming pool and a fitness centre fitted with Technogym equipment.

Additionally, the hotel boasts a total of 3,500m2 of event space, including a Grand Ballroom equipped with advanced audio-visual technology; and Sky Gallery on the 56th floor featuring four multi-functional meeting rooms designed for private events.

The hotel’s Chamber is suitable for private wedding ceremonies.

The Ritz-Carlton vice-president and global brand leader Donna McNamara said: “We are thrilled to be expanding our brand portfolio in Northeast China, which is renowned for its winter destinations and diverse cultural attractions.

“With beautiful design, immersive experiences and the legendary service of the Ladies and Gentlemen of The Ritz-Carlton, the new property showcases the local attractions and rich heritage of Harbin to create unforgettable memories for our guests.”

Last month, the brand debuted in the Mexico City with the opening of 153-room property.