- Rising over the clouds in the beautiful coastal city, The opulent St. Regis Zhuhai brings gilded age style to the Chinese Riviera, leading guests on a compelling journey curated with St. Regis’ signature Butler service and rituals.
- Just a short ferry ride from Macau, this luxe waterfront hotel is ideally located from the 41st to 72nd floors of Zhuhai Tower, the iconic city landmark, enjoying breathtaking views of the vast Greater Bay and landscape of Zhuhai and Macao.
- The hotel offers 251 elegant guest rooms, including 34 suites and a 1,100 square-meter Presidential Suite. All guest rooms have panoramic views of the waterways of the Greater Bay area, as well as the historical landscapes and bridge structures of Macau and Zhuhai.
- Featuring an array of exceptional restaurants and lounges as well as signature Iridium Spa, indoor and outdoor heated pools and Athletic Club, the hotel creates an impeccable experience for discerning guests by its signature rituals and traditions in a modern way that reflects the local culture and destination.
- Guests can swim under the clouds while taking in magnificent views of the city from The St. Regis Zhuhai’s outdoor sky pool on the 71st floor.
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- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
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- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
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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.
The luxury St. Regis Zhuhai rises over the clouds in the “Chinese Riviera”, leading guests on a compelling journey curated with St. Regis’ signature Butler service and rituals. Taking the 41st to 72nd floors of Zhuhai Tower, the iconic city landmark, the hotel enjoys breathtaking view of the vast Greater Bay and landscape of Zhuhai and Macao. Featuring 251 exquisite guest rooms and suites and an array of exceptional restaurants and lounges as well as signature Iridium Spa and Athletic Club, the hotel creates an impeccable experience for discerning clients by recrafting the brand classics in a modern way. The hotel features 251 elegant guest rooms, including 34 suites and a 1,100 sqm Presidential Suite. All rooms have panoramic views of the waterways of the Greater Bay area, as well as the historical landscapes and bridge structures of Macau and Zhuhai.
Each spacious room features elegant furnishings, marble bathrooms and a team of St. Regis butlers offers guests discreet and personalized attention. Guests are taken on an epicurean journey in the 5 distinctive restaurants and bars; Social is inspired by the dining salons of 1900’s cruise liners and presents the finest seafood, Yan Ting is a superb destination for Cantonese fine dining, The St. Regis Bar offers sophisticated mixology and elegant afternoon tea with classic jazz, and LaBrezza delights with modern organic Italian fare. Guests can marvel at Zhuhai’s breathtaking night panorama with the city’s finest cocktails and an extensive selection of wines, champagne and light bites at Air 71. The Iridium Spa features 9 treatment rooms and extensive facilities along with its signature treatments. There are indoor & outdoor heated pools with panoramic views, as well as fitness club.
The 31-storey St. Regis Zhuhai is situated on the uppermost floors of Shizimen — a 320-metre development that forms the lynchpin of the surrounding Zhuhai Convention Centre. Blessedly, the interiors capture much of the Beaux-Arts verve for which St. Regis is internationally renowned. Upon arriving at street level, guests are greeted by a palatial lobby that is evocative of the original Fifth Avenue locale with 500 chandeliers bejeweling the property; fresh flowers by premium florist Ellermann and the signature scent of “exotic wood, apple blossoms and champagne” named for St. Regis matriarch Caroline Astor — permeates the corridors.
The hotel features 251 elegant guest rooms, including 34 suites and a 1,100 sqm Presidential Suite. All rooms have panoramic views of the waterways of the Greater Bay area, as well as the historical landscapes and bridge structures of Macau and Zhuhai. With entry-level guestrooms starting at 60 sqm, the St. Regis Zhuhai offers up spacious rooms with white marble, crystal lighting, leather upholstery, embroidered wallpaper and gilt metalwork. Amenities are similarly extravagant, encompassing everything from looseleaf TWG teas to mixers from UK-based brand Fever Tree.
Guests at The St. Regis Zhuhai are taken on an extraordinary epicurean journey in its five distinctive restaurants and bars, guided by Executive Chef Ramon Turmo, a veteran of luxury hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants. Social is inspired by the first-class dining salons of 1900s cruise liners and showcases the finest seafood. Yan Ting is a superb destination for modern Cantonese fine dining, featuring impeccable service and individually handcrafted dishes by Hong Kong Master Chef Tang Wai Man. With sophisticated mixology and elegant afternoon tea accompanied by classic jazz, The St. Regis Bar is the perfect place to unwind and indulge. Helmed by Chef Michele Tenzone, with experience from seven Michelin-starred restaurants in Europe, LaBrezza delights with tantalizing modern and organic Italian fare from coastal Apulia. Guests can marvel at Zhuhai’s breathtaking night panorama with the city’s finest cocktails and an extensive selection of wines, champagne and light bites at Air 71.
The eponymous St. Regis Bar is a well-trod facet of the brand’s identity: the modern Bloody Mary — international symbol of boozy brunches everywhere — having been invented at its spiritual predecessor, the King Cole Bar, in 1934. In Zhuhai, the St. Regis Bar carries on this tradition of serving a “native” version of the Bloody Mary, named the “Pearl Mary,” inspired by notable local ingredients like Fisher Girl oyster sauce and imperial plum wine.
The St. Regis Bar
The Iridium Spa on the 68th floor of the hotel features nine state-of-the-art treatment rooms, each with a Living Earth therapy bed, providing private luxury pampering from revitalizing facials to soothing massages. St. Regis Signature treatments – the Chakra Balancing Massage, the V-shape Face Lift and the “Bloody Mary Spa” — a three-stage treatment inspired by the quintessential St. Regis cocktail of the same name. Guests can swim under the clouds while taking in magnificent views of the city from The St. Regis Zhuhai’s outdoor sky pool on the 71st floor. At the exclusive St. Regis Athletic Club on the 69th floor, guests can work out on a range of sophisticated cardio and strength equipment, unwind with a yoga session and enjoy a relaxing swim in a heated indoor pool. Guests who prefer more active forms of relaxation are able to take advantage of two heated pools, along with the St. Regis Athletic Club. The latter is home to an extensive assortment of the latest cardio and resistance equipment from Technogym.