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July 30, 2012updated Feb 11, 2013

Live the High Life: Four Seasons Hotel Opens in Guangzhou

By Pardhasaradhi Gonuguntla

Guangzhou, China – Reported by Erin Riley for Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine

Situated 103 floors above the Pearl River, the new Guangzhou International Finance Center building can now call itself home to the 88th property of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts’ burgeoning international selection, Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou. Located in the top 30 floors, the property is a sight to be seen, as elevator doors open to a majestic atrium lit from the sky window above. Enclosing this tunnel of light is an array of restaurants and rooms that make up a height greater than the top of St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.

“We are particularly pleased to be the 88th Four Seasons hotel worldwide, doubling our luck for a successful future in Guangzhou,” says Regional Vice President and General Manager Bahram Sepahi.

To celebrate the opening of this luxury destination, the hotel is offering its first guests a one-of-a-kind Have It All Introductory Package that includes luxury accomodation, a daily buffet breakfast, dining and entertainment credit and a daily spa treatment, which will be available from August 15 to October 15. The property will also be offering its prominent Four Seasons Bed and Breakfast package.

Commemorating the dawn of a new era of luxury hospitality in China’s third largest metropolitan area, this remarkable property provides the ideal backdrop for its 302 premium guest rooms and 42 suites, each encased in floor-to-ceiling windows that set off the chic and smart interiors. Six dining and entertainment venues round off the property’s impressive variety, overseen by the likes of Executive Chef Law Yiu Choi, second Chinese chef to be named a Chef Rotisseur by the renowned international culinary society Chaine des Rotisseurs, as well as chef Kazumi Sawada, under whose leadership Tokyo’s Banreki Ryukodo restaurant received a Michelin star.

The 11,517-square-foot Hua Spa offers a unique wellness experience with its a water-based treatment area that houses a Vichy-style shower, rhassoul mud chamber, crystal steam room and laconium in the women’s area, as well as a herbal steam bath, Swedish and Finnish sauna and ice fountain in the men’s area.

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