The group opened Rosewood Hong Kong in 2019, the year anti-government protests first tipped the city’s tourism sector into a downward spiral. Photo: Shutterstock
The group opened Rosewood Hong Kong in 2019, the year anti-government protests first tipped the city’s tourism sector into a downward spiral. Photo: Shutterstock

Hong Kong’s Rosewood aims to open 25 new hotels, shrugging off recession risk as pandemic-hit sector rebounds

  • The hospitality group eyes expansion even as the risk of a global recession that would crimp travel spending rises, says its CEO
  • The hospitality segment is arguably the pandemic’s worst-hit industry after travel ground to a halt in 2020

The group opened Rosewood Hong Kong in 2019, the year anti-government protests first tipped the city’s tourism sector into a downward spiral. Photo: Shutterstock
The group opened Rosewood Hong Kong in 2019, the year anti-government protests first tipped the city’s tourism sector into a downward spiral. Photo: Shutterstock
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