- An elegant and ultra-luxury city escape in the heart of Guangzhou. Ranked as the tallest 5-star hotel in the world located in the tallest building in China, the hotel is curated with 251 rooms and bespoke residences, healthy lifestyle-driven restaurants and state-of-the-art wellness facilities.
- In addition to the 251 modern guest rooms and suites, each designed to feel like a residence—with views of Tianhe and the rest of Guangzhou—the property includes 23 spacious and stylish duplex residences, as well as a seven different original dining experiences.
- This property is home to the region’s largest spa. Rosewood Guangzhou’s two-level Sense® spa features three ultra-luxurious treatment suites. In addition, a state-of-the-art fitness facility is available to guests.
- The indoor pool stretches more than 80 feet in a tranquil, light-filled environment overlooking the skyline of Guangzhou.
- It’s hard to top the location of the newly opened Rosewood Guangzhou. Guests will enjoy the perks of staying within walking distance of many of the economic and cultural highlights of the city.
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.
For a bird’s eye view of Guangzhou, wait for a clear day and head up this 604-meter-high tower, which as the tallest such structure in the world until 2011. Gently twisting up, with a slender middle, locals often refer to it as the fashionable lady — a stylish simile only amplified by the colorful light show that is put on nightly, when the tower illuminates the city far, far below.
This quiet leafy suburb of more than 700 red brick homes evokes the charm of Shanghai’s French Concession, but without the crowds. Go on a leisurely stroll and discover the scents of perfume boutique The Aura, or visit Kui Yuan and its three floors filled by art gallery, fashion shop and arty café. Close by you’ll find Public Space where they showcase the work of talented local artists.
Just one of the many interesting facts about Shamian Island is that it never used to be an island at all. Measuring around 900 by 300 meters, the area was ceded to British and French forces in the 1850s, who promptly built a canal to separate it from the mainland. Home to some 200 Western-style buildings, its quiet, tree-lined boulevards make it a wonderful place for a stroll.
Although not much more than a sandbar in the Pearl River, this small isle was once a prime strategic location, with forts on the eastern end defending the approach to Guangzhou. Today it is a sought-after residential area for locals and foreigners alike, home to international schools, the Guangdong Museum of Art, Xinghai Concert Hall, and four very pleasant, leafy parks.
This huge Gothic-style Catholic cathedral was mostly funded by French emperor Napoleon III and constructed by local Chinese workers using stone shipped up the Pearl River from Hong Kong (in fact, it is one of the few cathedrals in the world to be built entirely of granite.) Due to its size, Sacred Heart took 25 years to build, finally opening in a lavish ceremony in 1888.
Cantonese Opera is one of southern China’s most famed art forms, and is popular throughout Guangdong and Guangxi provinces, Hong Kong, Macau and Chinese communities throughout Southeast Asia. Combining singing, acting and even acrobatics, discover its cultural history at this scenic museum, housed in a collection of old-styled buildings in a landscaped garden.
Revered as the founder of modern China, Sun Yat-sen was the country’s first president after the end of the Qing dynasty. After his passing in 1925 at age 58, construction began on this memorial, which was completed in 1931. At the southern side is a statue of Sun, facing onto an octagon-shaped building that houses an exhibition on his life, and a hall that can hold 3,000 people.
This five-story pagoda is one of the major landmarks of Guangzhou and when it was built — on a hilltop to the city’s north in 1380 AD — it offered commanding views of the Pearl River. Today it serves as the fascinating Guangzhou Museum, with each floor taking you up from the area’s first settlement 5,000 years ago, to the city’s founding 2,000 years ago. to the present.
An elegant and ultra-luxury city escape in the heart of Guangzhou. Ranked as the tallest 5 star hotel in the world located in the tallest building in China, the hotel is curated with 251 rooms and bespoke residences, healthy lifestyle-driven restaurants and state-of-the-art wellness facilities. Located on the top 39 floors of the 108-story CTF Finance Centre, the 7th tallest building in the world, the property has become an instant icon and a fitting symbol of Guangzhou’s ascent as an international economic hub and the Greater Bay Area’s emergence as a global economic powerhouse.
In addition to the 251 modern guest rooms and suites, each designed to feel like a residence—with views of Tianhe and the rest of Guangzhou—the property will include 23 spacious and stylish duplex residences, as well as a seven different original dining experiences. Dining options at the hotel include a Chinese restaurant, a bistro, and a bar. Located on the 107th floor, there is another restaurant, a sky bar that also features a cigar humidor area and wine cellar. Rosewood Guangzhou is also home to the area’s largest spa and fitness facility—spanning more than two floors and including a large indoor pool.
Offering the refined style and endless comfort of a private residence, Rosewood Guangzhou’s 251 rooms, including 31 suites and four duplex suites, set a new benchmark for luxury. Showcasing a striking blend of contemporary design and Chinese heritage, each beautifully appointed accommodation is a study in sophistication, while bespoke services and amenities further enhance the Rosewood experience.
Thoughtfully appointed accommodations offering one king or two twin beds ( 40 – 50 sqm)
Deluxe River Room
Elegant rooms with sparkling views of the Pearl River, offering two twin beds or one king ( 40 – 50 sqm)
Exceptionally spacious and immaculately designed, featuring energizing river views and a king bed ( 64 – 67 sqm)
Club Deluxe Room
Warm and refined, offering Manor Club access and one king or two twin beds ( 40 – 56 sqm)
114-sqm Executive Suites offer river views, separate living areas and immaculate décor.
A residential-style retreat overlooking the glittering Guangzhou cityscape complemented with Manor Club access ( 118 sq. m.).
A testament to modern luxury, this singular living space is ideal for entertaining ( 157 sq. m.).
Rosewood Terrace Suite
Featuring a unique terrace, this capacious 97th floor suite offers the space, style and privacy of an elegant home ( 157 sq. m.).
Xi Guan House
A duplex unit with wrap-around views, this sophisticated corner suite is a vision of modern luxury ( 170 – 214 sq. m.).
Rosewood Guangzhou’s version of a presidential suite, this palatial corner residence is the epitome of luxury ( 275 sq. m.).
Framing stunning Guangzhou city views, Studio residences are ideal for extended stays ( 44 – 54 sq. m.)
One-Bedroom residences offer a larger footprint, city views, private elevator and kitchen ( 62 – 92 sq. m.) .
Designed with families in mind, Two-Bedroom residences offer an exceptionally comfortable space with glittering city views ( 113 – 149 sq. m.).
A home-away-from-home, this roomy dwelling features a coveted second bedroom, two floors and private elevator (142 – 230 sq. m.).
Three-Bedroom Duplex and Premium Three-Bedroom Duplex
Our Three-Bedroom Duplexes offers superlative luxury living for modern families ( 264 – 298 sq. m.).
Originating in Southern China, Cantonese cuisine has long been regarded as one of the most refined and delicious food traditions in China. As the cradle of Cantonese cuisine, Guangzhou offers a wide range of dining experiences that traverse the eras, from traditional bites to modern interpretations. You’ll also find perfectly executed classics from other regions of China, beautifully executed Western restaurants, and a rapidly growing mixology scene that will take you by surprise. Let your taste buds be your guide as you wade into the wonderful world of Guangzhou gastronomy.
Experience the best of Cantonese delicacies at Lingnan House. Giving traditional Cantonese cuisine a trendy health-conscious twist, the restaurant executes classic regional recipes with carefully sourced and organic ingredients.
Located on level 6, the Bar is Guangzhou’s new destination to see and be seen. Spanning a main bar, brewery, wine bar, hibachi grill and large outdoor terrace with two dedicated areas for private events, the ultra-modern establishment offers a highly varied experience. Whether you’re celebrating a special event, unwinding after a day of sightseeing or looking for the perfect spot for a business meeting, Brick Lane delivers on its promise of a curated and cosmopolitan setting as well as world-class tipples.
The drink list has been carefully curated to include specially selected draught and craft brews to perfectly mixed cocktails and premium wines. Tipples are served alongside a light snack menu of grilled platters, skewers and Asian-inspired bites while music and a pool table enhance the gregarious atmosphere. Reflecting that same warmth, Brick Lane’s interiors feature premium materials, such as red bricks and iron ore, to create an almost tavern-like feel, while an art wall composed of scrap iron and wood enhances the chic surrounds. A mix of seating arrangements – communal tables, bar stools, an outdoor terrace and lounges – further establishes a sense of ease and openness. For those seeking a more intimate setting, two private areas outside – connected to the Chinese restaurant by a staircase – deliver just that.
Patina - European Brasserie & Terrace
Set in an à la carte dining room, our All-Day Dining Restaurant features sparkling city panoramas, mouthwatering show kitchens, sleek private dining rooms and an open terrace. The menu draws influence from Continental Europe, with a focus on fresh, high-quality seafood that’s been sourced sustainably from trusted partners. Come for breakfast and you’ll enjoy a choice of Western and Chinese dining options, from dim sum to egg dishes, fragrant pastries and baked goods, all beautifully presented at our show kitchens and two display tables. Beginning at noon on weekdays, the restaurant treats guests to rapid, well-executed business set lunches, as well as a selection of Chinese comfort food. On weekends, the offerings expand into a lavish, exquisite brunch – perfect to while a few hours away with loved ones.
The culinary experience comes to a boil at dinner, when chef serves up signature dishes such as lobster linguini, grilled octopus and steak au poivre. The focus is on organic, locally grown seasonal ingredients, with imported oysters and other crustaceans – all responsibly sourced – rounding out the menu. The food is of course matched with a refined wine selection by the glass, bottled craft beers, lemonades and iced teas – as well as strong coffee and tea that serve as a coda to a beautiful meal. The tantalizing gastronomic journey takes place in an airy, open room bathed in pastel colors and dotted with art pieces that have been thoughtfully selected to complement the skyline. Guests opting for the private dining room will enjoy their own separate cooking suite as well as a bespoke dining experience tailor-made for the occasion.
Patina - Living Room
Built around a beautiful atrium, the Lobby Lounge is truly a sanctuary in the city. Featuring elegant décor and soothing music, this urban oasis provides a space to relax and unwind at any point throughout the day. The menu presents specialty coffees and teas alongside refined bites and freshly baked pastries, cakes and cookies, which make for a sophisticated breakfast or, later in the day, a memorable afternoon tea. Come evening, indulge in premium wines by the glass, cocktails and beers and watch the Lobby Lounge transform into a buzzing venue for socializing and entertainment.
A multi-faceted shopping and dining experience, Lifestyle Shop & Café brings together an artisanal market, deli, patisserie, and quaint café where guests will find premium coffee, bubble tea, grab-and-go bites, signature breads and cheeses, an impressive wine selection and delectable range of cakes and pastries. Beautifully designed with high ceilings and graceful marble counters, this convenient café is the ideal setting for casual coffee catch-ups, meetings and light lunches for dine-in or takeaway.
Home to premier facilities and world-class services, Rosewood Guangzhou offers one of the most comprehensive hotel wellness center in southern China. Spanning two light-filled floors, the holistic wellness concept soothes the body and mind with reflective, carefully crafted interiors, luxurious treatments, a state-of-the-art fitness studio, yoga and barre classes, a manicure and pedicure salon, foot reflexology zone, and a tranquil indoor swimming pool.
Inspired by the natural beauty of a hutong courtyard garden, Sense, A Rosewood Spa is an urban sanctuary offering an array of nurturing treatments to help guests achieve balance, deep relaxation and a lasting sense of well-being. Our skilled and intuitive therapists take guests on a bespoke journey that reflects their personal needs with a combination of the latest skincare innovations, premium products, modern techniques and traditional Chinese remedies.In addition to the luxurious single and couples’ treatment suites, the spa also features a lounge area where guests are welcome to relax and unwind.
Designed to soothe the body and mind, Rosewood Guangzhou’s 25-metre-long indoor swimming pool sits above the city’s skyline in a tranquil, light-filled environment. Surrounding the pool, intimate walkways and neutral tones create a peaceful environment to clear the mind. A designated whirlpool and a kids’ pool under a beautiful sun roof offer space for the entire family, making this the perfect spot to while away the hours.
Rosewood Guangzhou’s fitness studio is one of the most extensive and advanced training facilities in the city, complete with a sprawling workout space, yoga studio, barre classes, and separate wet areas for men and women that include hot and cold pools, steam and salt rooms. An array of state-of-the-art Technogym equipment allows guests to maintain their workout schedule even when travelling, while group classes, personal training, nutritional planning and physio consultations are also available. Bringing the holistic concept full circle, a contemporary juice bar adjacent to the studio serves nurturing food and refreshments.