Langham Hospitality Group launches Cordis Hotels and Resorts brand

Langham Hospitality Group is introducing a new upscale global hotel brand, Cordis Hotels and Resorts and is targeting an opening in London.

A rendering of the proposed Cordis hotel in Nusa Dua, Bali
A rendering of the proposed Cordis hotel in Nusa Dua, Bali

Langham Hospitality Group chief executive officer Robert Warman that the group saw the need to create a collection of international upscale hotels and resorts that will deliver what its guests desire: personalised and efficient services, seamless technology, and authentic experiences in the best locations around the world. The first Cordis-branded hotel is set to open in Hong Kong in May. 

"Each Cordis hotel will be individual in style, architecture and design, all of which will be reflective of its location and culture, and tailored to the requirements of our guests, from the corporate travellers to honeymooners to multi-generational families," said Warman. 

The Cordis portfolio will include new built designs, resorts and contemporary residences, and alongside the Hong Kong one, will include five hotels in China, and one each in Bali in Indonesia and Colombo in Sri Lanka. Other cities targeted for future Cordis hotels include London, New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Orlando, San Francisco, Dubai, Singapore, and Bangkok.

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