Stay at Guangzhou’s Shangri-La Hotels
Renowned as one of the world's top luxury hotel brands, Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts is a Hong-Kong based hotel company which began with the opening of the Shangri-La Singapore in 1971. Now a worldwide concern, Shangri-La has hotels and resorts in prime addresses across North America, Europe, Middle East and Asia, including the buzzing city of Guangzhou in China. Aside from the ultra-luxury flagship brand, Shangri-La, the company, also operates a trio of modern business and leisure properties, Traders, Kerry Hotels and Hotel Jen.
What to Expect at the Shangri-La
Shangri-La hotels are renowned for their exquisite, Asian-inspired hospitality and will exceed your expectations on every level, and Guangzhou's Shangri-La is no exception. Perched on the banks of the Pearl River, it offers a variety of excellent, high-end restaurants, a swanky full-service day spa and an indoor pool, as well as kids' clubs, free local-area shuttles and parking. Its plush rooms, many with dramatic city views, all offer minibars, WiFi and whirlpool spas as standard, ensuring you have a comfortable stay.
Doing Business near Guangzhou's Shangri-La
As the capital of the Guangdong Province and China's third largest city, Guangzhou is globally recognised as a finance and commercial hub. Business visitors to the city head for Tianhe, the modern Central Business District. Also an important part of Guangzhou’s economy, the Pazhou Complex in Haizhu, south of the Pearl River attracts traders who come for the twice-yearly China Import and Export Fair, known more commonly as the Canton Fair.
Things to Do in Guangzhou
There's much more to this vibrant city than business. Book at room or a suite in the Shangri-La Guangzhou and enjoy easy access to some of the city's top attractions. See a traditional Chinese opera in the state-of-the-art Guangzhou Opera House in nearby Tianhe, or see some of the region's finest artworks at the New Guangdong Museum of Art in Zhujiang New Town. To escape the hustle and bustle of downtown, why not spend an afternoon on Shamian Island, a former European enclave with wide, tree-lined boulevards and ornate mansions, plus dozens of charming bars and restaurants dotted along its riverfront.