Rosewood Introduces Kohs Lifestyle Hotel Brand

The rooftop pool at Rosewood Jeddah // Photo courtesy of Rosewood Hotels and Resorts

The Rosewood Hotel Group has just introduced a new hotel brand called Khos, an innovative concept for business hotels with a distinct lifestyle orientation inspired by the energy, innovation, creativity, style, and dynamism of modern-day Asia. Named for the Mongolian word meaning pair, the lifestyle hotel brand aims to intertwine business and lifestyle travel, creating the perfect destination for the modern business traveler who doesn’t separate work and play, and who isn’t willing to sacrifice style, inspiration, socialization, and wellness for the predictable functionality of a traditional business hotel.

“We have created Khos to serve the needs of the new generation of business travelers, individuals who are constantly on the move and crave places to stay that understand, mirror and support their dynamic personas,” says Sonia Cheng, CEO of Rosewood Hotel Group. “Hotels have not kept pace with the evolution of this group of travelers and Khos reflects a new age in hospitality in which business travel is inseparable from lifestyle.”

Kohs properties will re-think the traditional hotel facilities and replace them with creative opportunities for guests to interact, relate, and celebrate. The brand will also deliver an environment to promote response and reflection, creating time to unwind, meditate, and create to foster a lifestyle where work and leisure are intertwined. Innovative approaches to recreation and relaxation will be applied in all areas from spas and wellness facilities to business centers and executive lounges.

The first Kohs hotels will be announced and opened in 2018.

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