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Oakwood Worldwide is an international accommodation company offering high-end serviced apartments and corporate housing all over the world. Founded in the US in 1960, it now has over 25,000 places to stay across North and South America, Europe, the Middle East and China, including the vibrant city of Guangzhou.
As the capital of the Guangdong Province, Guangzhou is a globally recognised centre of international business, finance and trade and attracts millions of visitors each year. Oakwood’s aparthotels are found in Tianhe, the city’s bustling, modern Central Business District, and on Er Sha Island overlooking the Pearl River.
With over 50 years’ experience, Oakwood knows exactly what both corporate and leisure visitors need for a successful city trip. Combining luxury and convenience, each spacious studio or apartment has a plush, stylish decor and all mod cons, including kitchen and dining facilities, while WiFi and washer/dryers come as standard. You’ll also have an onsite swanky lounge bar, swimming pool and 24-hour fitness room, as well as childcare facilities, meeting rooms and airport shuttles, making Oakwood aparthotels and serviced residences ideal for the leisure, family and business market.
A visit to Guangzhou doesn’t have to be all work, work, work. Visit the sprawling Guangdong Museum of Art, which showcases important Cantonese artists of the last century, or see what’s on at the Xinghai Concert Hall. Head to the remarkable Canton Tower to enjoy magnificent views of the city from its observation deck at nearly 1500 feet. See a traditional Chinese opera in the stunning Guangzhou Opera House, designed like a pair of entwined glass-and-chrome pebbles, and southern China's largest performance space.
Culture and business aside, another big draw to Guangzhou is its food. Formerly known as Canton, it’s the ancient home of Cantonese cuisine and more recently, the birthplace of dim sum, or yum cha as it’s known locally. While Tianhe district has some of the region’s most sophisticated fine-dining restaurants, why not experience the more traditional family-run establishments in Panxi or Shipai Village, the city’s largest urban estate.