Park Hyatt Guangzhou

A towering show of tradition and style

Zhujiang New Town is an area that sparkles with new restaurants, cute shops and a tireless buzz, yet somehow Park Hyatt Guangzhou still stands out. Some of that has to do with the fact the hotel hovers between the 53rd and 62nd floors of the stunning, 66-story R&F Yinkai Square building.

The other reason business and leisure guests can’t take their eyes off the 2015-built property is because it towers over much of the hospitality competition by how effortlessly it blends contemporary stylings, traditional values and attentive service. It’s a smart traveler’s trifecta right in the heart of a trendy corner of town.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • A designer’s delight, the skyscraper was conceived by Chicago’s Goettsch Partners while the hotel’s rich, sophisticated interior vision came courtesy of inventive Japanese firm Super Potato. Asymmetrically carved glass dominates the exterior while copper, wood and brick tell the story inside.
  • The Guangzhou hotel features a four-room spa that sparks renewal through a menu filled with treatments that pay homage to time-tested Chinese medicines while keeping an open mind on modern wellness approaches.
  • Park Hyatt prides itself on delivering great service. This Guangzhou outpost upholds those standards by providing you with a WhatsApp number you can use to correspond with the hotel while you’re out enjoying the city.
  • Perched on the 70th is The Roof Bar, where you can enjoy astounding views of the city and Pearl River while listening to live music and sipping cognac.
  • The hotel incorporates the region’s Lingnan culture in the rooms with architectural flourishes, such as ornate backlit latticework and carved-wood panels, decorative lintels and brick.

Things to Know

  • If the urge for sightseeing hits, you’re within walking distance to many top Guangzhou attractions, such as the Pearl River, Guangzhou Opera House and Guangdong Museum.
  • World-renowned artist Tadashi Kawamata is the genius behind the sculptures made from recycled wood found on every floor.
  • The stellar vistas offered from the 66th-floor meeting spaces may make focusing on colleagues’ presentations difficult.

The Rooms

  • All 208 suites and guest rooms feature windows that go from the floor to forever, so you’d be hard-pressed finding a bad view in the lot.
  • You have three styles of rooms and a trio of suites to choose from here. Though sizes will vary from 560-square-foot standard rooms to the 2,799-square-foot Presidential Suite, expect each space to provide modern Asian stylings (light woods, earthy tones) and curated art — with the finest piece coming from the skyline just on the other side of the windows.
  • The bathroom is another standout area with a rainforest shower, a smart toilet and a mirror with a built-in TV.

The Restaurants

  • The dining establishments at Park Hyatt Guangzhou — Dining Room (southern Italian), Living Room (Chinese and Western) and Yue Jing Xuan (southern Chinese) — believe in delivering the freshest food. And that’s not just some yawn-inducing claim; the kitchen backs up the boast through a partnership with EcoFarm to produce its own organic crops.
  • The luxury hotel also participates in the Park Hyatt Masters of Food & Wine program, a series of culinary and beverage journeys personalized by each property. Recent epicurean experiences at the Guangzhou location have included a sustainable seafood session and a colorful wine tour.
  • Ask skilled bartender Dennie Liu to create something special for you so you can partake in what might be the city’s most spectacular toast from the Rooftop Bar.

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Getting There
16 Huaxia Road Zhujiang New Town, Tianhe District, Guangzhou, 510623 China
NeighborhoodZhujiang New Town
CAN (50 min)  
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