Guangzhou Starwood Hotels
Starwood Hotels and Resorts is an internationally recognised American hotel and leisure company with headquarters in Stamford, Connecticut. One of the largest hotel groups in the world, it operates hundreds of hotels under its main brands Westin, Sheraton, W Hotels and St. Regis. Starwood’s flagship brand is the Sheraton, a collection of luxury hotels, but it’s also renowned for the W properties, the company’s exclusive and uber-stylish boutique selection. Many of Starwood’s luxury hotels, including The Westin, W and Sheraton, are in the vibrant city of Guangzhou.
On Business with Starwood Hotels in Guangzhou
There are many Starwood hotels in Guangzhou, the majority in the four- and five-star brackets. If you’re in town on business, use Expedia to search for an upscale Starwood hotel in Tianhe, the city's buzzing Central Business District, for easy access to the centre. But the efficient metro system means you can base yourself alongside the skyscrapers or on the island of Haizhu, home to the Pazhou Complex, which hosts the twice-yearly Canton Fair, Asia’s biggest trade fair.
What to Expect from Guangzhou’s Starwood Hotels
All of Guangzhou’s Starwood accommodation has a sleek, modern appeal. You can enjoy indoor or outdoor pools, cocktail bars and stylish restaurants, and some of the hotels have day spas. Your plush Starwood rooms has sweeping city views, plus free WiFi, flat-screens and 24-hour room service as standard.
Starwood Hotels near Guangzhou’s Cultural Attractions
Tianhe, the city's vibrant Central Business District is a hub for fast-paced international commerce and is the financial centre of southern China. Its futuristic skyline of dazzling skyscrapers overlooks the Pearl River, which you can cruise along, day or night, on a guided boat tour. After a busy day sightseeing or in meetings, why not relax with a night at a traditional Chinese opera in the Guangzhou Opera House, a state-of-the-art performance space designed by Dame Zaha Hadid.
From to the city's major New Guangdong Museum to Lotus Mountain, one of the key sights of Guangzhou and home to the annual lotus flower festival where millions of colourful blooms blanket the mountain, you will find much to do in China’s third largest city.