Astride the Yangtze delta, Nanjing enjoys equal status as an ancient
city and a metropolis. Centered at the Xinjiekou CBD, The Ritz-Carlton,
Nanjing complements its cosmopolitan surroundings.
ZADUN, A RITZ-CARLTON RESERVE
Secluded between the sand dunes and inspired by the sea, the newest Ritz-Carlton Reserve tells the story of Mexican history and culture through oceanfront accommodations filled with artisan-crafted pieces; a bar showcasing the depth and flavor of mezcal; a spa enveloped by nature and experiences that bridge the gap between visitors and the land.
Overlooking Chapultepec Park from within one of the city’s tallest buildings, this strikingly designed hotel will feature a spa, Mediterranean-inspired restaurant and private residences.
The natural beauty of Japan’s northern region will take center stage at this lakeside resort where design borrows from the culture’s graceful, minimal aesthetic and amenities will include dining, a spa and a traditional hot spring.
Overlooking the Tibetan villages and snowcapped mountains of the Zhongcha Valley, the first all-villa resort from The Ritz-Carlton will offer both a luxury retreat and cultural exchange.
Set against 440 acres of oak forest and the course at the Royal Golf Dar es Salam, this luxury resort will offer a spa with a traditional hammam and restaurants and lounges with distinct interpretations of local fare.
The city’s iconic Camelback Mountain will provide the view for this 20-acre retreat featuring luxury casitas, a desert-inspired spa, expansive event space and a garden and citrus orchard to source the resort’s restaurants.
Indigenous design and natural beauty will come together at this coastal retreat 10 miles from Morocco’s city of Tetouan. Amenities will include a beach club and 18-hole golf course.