- Located in the city centre, Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou boasts an indoor pool, 7 dining options and hot tubs.
- Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel.
- Four Seasons Hotel is a 5-minute walk from Guangzhou Opera House and a 10-minute drive from Canton Tower. Guangdong Museum is a 15-minute stroll away.
- Featuring floor-to-ceiling windows, the spacious rooms come with a flat-screen TV with DVD player, an electric kettle and a cosy seating area.
- The hotel offers a gym for those wanting to maintain their work out routine.
- Luxury skyscraper hotel towering over Pearl River and Canton Tower
- Rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows, Illy coffeemakers, minibars
- Stunning marble bathrooms with soaking tubs, some with city views
- Suites with chic living rooms, desks, and dining tables
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Look up and you’ll find us, an avant-garde hotel on the top 30 floors of the Guangzhou International Finance Centre building, high above the Pearl River. Inside, you’ll discover an architectural masterpiece including a sky-lit atrium, seven stylish restaurants and lounges including Michelin-starred Yu Yue Heen, and a cloud-level infinity pool.
History enthusiasts head to Guangzhou, Guangdong Province’s ancient capital and the historic center of Cantonese culture. Gourmands flock to both Guangzhou and Shenzhen to indulge in some of the best examples of contemporary Chinese cuisine. Culture vultures take in the many temples, shrines, and museums scattered throughout the region. A visit to the Pearl River delta will quickly dismiss any lingering notions that China is still a nation bound by the tenets of Marx and Mao.
The hardworking Pearl River delta is one of China’s fastest-growing and most affluent regions. With a GDP that rivals that of Saudi Arabia, Guangdong Province has been the industrial engine powering China’s meteoric economic rise. All those factories, however, have turned it into one of China’s more polluted areas. From the southern suburbs of Guangzhou city to the northern edge of Shenzhen, industry stretches in all directions. Tens of thousands of factories churn out the lion’s share of the world’s consumer products. This hyper-industry has polluted the entire area’s soil, water, and air so badly that clear skies are hard to come by.
In a city where many so-called luxury hotels have rooms that are dowdy and bland, the Four Seasons is a breath of fresh air. Rooms are undeniably sleek, with a blend of classic and contemporary design motifs. There are bold patterned carpets, block-print wall art featuring cherry blossoms and bamboo, and a healthy dose of sexy gray and black colors to punctuate the soft creams and maroon hues found throughout. Curved floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the city, and some of the similar deconstructionist design elements found in the hotel’s common areas — like large exposed pillars — are used to dramatic effect in the rooms’ open layouts. Black lacquer furniture further completes the look, and the hotel has dedicated a Couples Floor, with extra in-room perks like roses, tea service, sweets, and other romantic bonuses.
Premier Room Canton Tower View
Located on the 74th to 80th floors, these rooms have panoramic views of the city’s iconic Canton Tower, best taken in from the comfort of your king bed.
Superior Room with Canton Tower View
Wake up to views of the Pearl River and the Canton Tower, then step into your rain shower for a refreshing start to the day.
Club Premier Room Canton Tower View
Floor-to-ceiling windows overlook the Canton Tower, and a sleek workspace makes it easy to go from business to relaxation without missing a beat.
Premier Room River View
Floor-to-ceiling windows span the entirety of these corner rooms, letting natural light and views of the Pearl River shine throughout, while soundproofing keeps the extra noises to a minimum.
Spend one night in the Presidential Suite, and we won’t blame you for wanting to move in. Separate living and dining areas and a guest bath are perfect for intimate get-togethers, while a custom-designed king bed and luxurious marble bathroom make it easy to unwind at the end of the day.
With décor inspired by a traditional Chinese palette and accented by original artwork, warm wood tones and natural daylight, this 96th-floor residential style suite is one of our largest, with plenty of room for entertaining.
A home away from home for corporate travelers or small families, these ultra-modern suites include extra-large soaking tubs, a dining area for four and airy living spaces accompanied by unobstructed views of cosmopolitan Guangzhou.
Deluxe Suite River View
Put your feet up in your contemporary living space and take in views of the Pearl River with a cup of coffee in the morning, or spend your evening in the Executive Club Lounge, which you have exclusive access to, with a glass of wine over the Guangzhou skyline.
Deluxe Suite Canton Tower View
Move between living, dining and work areas effortlessly in this suite, all while soaking in unobstructed views of Guangzhou’s stunning skyline, or venture to the Executive Club Lounge to take advantage of your complimentary access.
Four Seasons embodies Guangzhou’s exciting new standard for dining, with dramatic upper-floor settings and a full range of cuisines to suit every taste.
Visit our casual, 72nd-floor restaurant at any time of the day for Italian-inspired dining alongside Asian specialties.
Overlooking the Pearl River Delta, our Japanese restaurant creates specialties including sushi, teppanyaki dishes and yakitori – all served izakaya style, where plates are shared around the table.
Experience dinner in the clouds at the city’s highest hotel restaurant, where artfully prepared seafood comes with floor-to-ceiling views.
Yu Yue Heen
Chef Mai Zhi Xiong’s Cantonese dishes offer an elevated twist on Guangzhou’s acclaimed local cuisine at our modern Chinese restaurant, Yu Yue Heen, recognized with the coveted Michelin one-star rating.
Slip away to The Atrium, our upscale 70th-floor lounge, an intimate yet dramatic setting for tea, cocktails or light meals.
Cut from a single piece of rare multicoloured agate, our bar serves as an excellent conversation-starter at our cocktail lounge. Settle in for an evening of drinks, music and 99th-floor views.
Dolcetto by Caffe Mondo
Stop in for handcrafted pastries, breads, savoury dishes and cakes, all baked daily and best enjoyed with a cup of premium illy coffee on our outdoor terrace.
Craving comfort food after a long flight? Or perhaps a relaxing breakfast in bed is in order? Our all-day, in-room menus offer plenty of international options as well as local specialties from our Yu Yue Heen menu.
A complete urban resort with spa, meeting facilities and dining experiences for the cosmopolitan traveller.
Treat yourself – or someone special – with a day of indulgent spa treatments aimed at relieving stress or simply pampering.
Are you swimming or flying? It can be a little hard to tell when you’re taking a dip in our 69th-floor, indoor lap pool alongside panoramic views of the Pearl River Delta.
The floor-to-ceiling windows in our 24-hour Fitness Centre provide inspiring city views to take in as you work out.