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Shenzhen St Regis tops the lot

Just north of Hong Kong, but on the mainland, is Shenzhen.  Originally a fishing village, it has grown into one of China’s most cosmopolitan and wealthiest cities.  Just opened, the St Regis Shenzhen resides in the top 28 floors of the Kingkey 100 building.  This stunning 100-storey tower of steel and glass, designed by the renowned architect Sir Terry Farrell, is the tallest building in Shenzhen and the eighth tallest in the world.  There is a 28-metre swimming pool located on the 75th floor.

The St Regis Shenzhen features 257 rooms and 40 suites, each one with an iPad2 remote control, allowing guests to easily connect to any of the amenities within the room.  The hotel is the only property in Shenzhen to offer a butler service to all guests – one of the St Regis hallmarks. 

Each of the hotel’s five restaurants and bars offer exceptional views and world-class cuisine.  Decanter on the 100th floor has the largest selection of wines in Shenzhen.  The St Regis Shenzhen is the fourth St Regis opening in Asia in the last six months following Bangkok, Tianjin and Sanya Yalong Bay.  The St Regis Nanjing will debut in January 2013. www.starwoodhotels.com

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