Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou
An avant-garde luxury hotel occupying the highest 30 floors of the Guangzhou International Finance Centre, this high-end hotel is blessed with fantastic view of the Pearl River and sky-lit atrium masterpieces.
From Michelin-starred Cantonese restaurant to the city's highest restaurant, dining options are exquisite and sophisticated
Starting from 52sqm, all rooms and suites are spacious and luxurious
Floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking Pearl River or Canton Tower
Stunning indoor lap pool at the 69th floor with a view of the Pearl River Delta
Each of the 302 rooms and 42 suites are designed with palettes of contemporary and Asian influences, further fitted with oversized marble bathroom with walk-in rain shower, comfortable work spaces and floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the Pearl River or Canton Tower.
Exquisite dining is available at the 72nd-floor Caffe Mondo which offers a mixture Italian and Asian specialities. If you are craving for Japanese food, Kumoi serves izakaya-styled plates with a stunning view of the Pearl River Delta. Don't forget to feast on artfully-prepared seafood at Catch, which lays claim as the city's highest hotel restaurant, or the Michelin-starred Yu Yue Heen for a delightful bite of Cantonese cuisine.
Hand-crafted pastries are offered at Dolcetto by Caffe Mondo. For a sip of cocktail and light meals, the 70th-floor The Atrium is delightful. Else, Tian Bar offers an evening of drinks and music on the 99th floor.
Facilities include a stunning indoor lap pool at the 69th floor overlooking the Pearl River Delta, an inspiring 24-hour fitness centre with a view, steam room, sauna, gift shop, hair and nail salon. Comprehensive spa services are available in-house, from facials, massages, body therapy to heat and water therapies.
For families with young children, there is a game centre with plenty of toys. Children's amenities such as robes, slippers, toiletries, cribs and rollaway beds can be arranged at prior request.
When to visit
Be a Cantonese Opera Performer for a Day
Step into the shoes of a Cantonese Opera performer for a day. A professional will do up your make-up before you wear an authentic costume with matching hairstyles. Afterwards, you will learn about key postures and movement with the actors.
Nangang Village: Insight to Yao Minority
Located 3 hours away from Guangzhou, enjoy a visit to the village of Yao People in Nangang. Admire their traditional dances and festivals such as Harvest Celebration and the Long Drum Dance.
Pearl River Night Cruise
Board a VIP top deck seat as you cruise along the largest river in Guangzhou on this 70-minute cruise. Admire the magnificent buildings lighting up the night.
Shawan Ancient Town
Stroll through the ancient houses, Liugeng Ancestral Hall, Wenfeng Pagoda, He Binglin Memorial Hall, Qingshui Well and Youqi Hall. Listen to Cantonese folk music, witness dragon and lion dance, and try a 30-minute paper-cutting lesson.
Shunde Culinary Tour
Visit Qinghui Garden and Huagai Road to sample the double-skinned milk. After authentic Shunde lunch at Fengcheng Restaurant, learn about folk arts and Bruce Lee at Shunde Museum. Dinner will be at Zhuroupo Private Home Cuisine or Bingsheng Mansion.