The Ritz-Carlton group has been storming the Asian market with properties in China, Hong Kong and Tokyo as well as plans for Thailand. The latest move, adding to the perpetually growing hospitality sector in Dubai, the group has opened its second hotel at the Dubai International Financial Centre, making it the sixth in the region. The property features the largest ballroom and the 10-storey waterfall, the tallest at the DIFC, and is also the only hotel to be directly linked with the center. It has 341 rooms with 124 executive residences. A 30-meter wine wall is one of its specialties featuring 3,000 bottles of the finest varieties. The hotel’s restaurants include the Thai fine-dining Rain, French all-day brasserie Can-Can and Center Cut steak house. It also has a Lobby Lounge & Terrace. The hotel also has a fully-equipped gym and 13-room exclusive Spa.