Conrad Hangzhou

An urban refuge inspired by West Lake

With two futuristic towers soaring above the Qiantang River, Conrad Hangzhou captures the beauty of the surrounding landscape with contemporary flair. One of China’s seven ancient capital cities, Hangzhou is best known for its West Lake — a UNESCO World Heritage Site surrounded by weeping willows, pagodas, temples and tea houses galore.

Designed by Hong Kong-based firm AB Concept, the 324-room address provides an urban experience that juxtaposes sleek modern design with the area’s natural beauty, culture and heritage. Inspired by the enchanting scenery and changing seasons, described as “Paradise on Earth” in ancient Chinese texts, this luxury urban hotel feels decidedly modern with rounded corners and fluid shapes, polished marble and metallic accents.

Nods to West Lake are everywhere: an undulating glass installation greets you at reception, while water motifs set a relaxing scene in the spa. Whether lounging in the glass-clad lobby or enjoying local cuisine in the city’s highest restaurant, you will feel immersed in nature throughout your stay.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Set in the emerging Qianjiang CBD, this luxury hotel conveniently sits next to the Hangzhou Convention Center, promising quick links to the Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport and China’s expansive railway network.
  • Measuring nearly 540 square feet, the streamlined rooms cocoon you in a warm, neutral palette with lots of wood and green accents that recall the region’s famous tea plantations. Every accommodation showcases stunning city or river vistas from floor-to-ceiling windows.
  • The more than 1,200-square-foot King Conrad Suite stands out with its extra-large square tub overlooking the river, while the 3,035-square-foot King Presidential Suite is in a league of its own. Wake up to a corner view, host friends for dinner or drinks, take a long soak in an oversized tub or luxuriate in the sauna — you’ll want for nothing in this lavish retreat.
  • Conrad Hangzhou is home to four delicious restaurants. Enjoy afternoon tea at JIN, a bountiful brunch at Blue Willow and modern Japanese at RYUKEN. But the star of the show is Li’An. Located on the 50th floor, this is the highest restaurant in the city and the perfect place to enjoy contemporary Chinese cuisine alongside mesmerizing panoramas.
  • Escape your everyday cares at Yuan Spa. The eighth-floor spa will melt all your stresses with petal-strewn soaks in spacious tubs and facials using excellent Valmont products.

Nearby Attractions

  • A trip to Hangzhou isn’t complete without a stroll or a cycle by the ever-romantic West Lake. Fringed by willow trees and dotted with historic temples and pagodas, it’s one of China’s most cherished attractions and is well worth pedaling around this idyllic spot.
  • The Hangzhou hotel occupies two sleek towers within the Gold LEED-certified Raffles City complex. And this hub of shopping, working and dining is home to lifestyle and fashion boutiques, cafés, a movie theater and more.
  • In the evenings, feast your eyes on the Qianjiang Light Show, an extraordinary spectacle that incorporates more than 30 high-rise buildings and 700,000 LED lights for a dazzling display.
  • As China's de facto tea capital, Hangzhou is best known for a type of pan-roasted green tea called longjing— also known as Dragon Well tea. Spend an afternoon trekking around the picturesque Longjing tea village, about 30 minutes by taxi, where you can sip a steamy cup alongside housemade dumplings at traditional tea houses.

24-hour room service
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Indoor pool
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Getting There
228 Xinye Road, Shangcheng District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang Province, China
HGH (26 min)   SHA (2 h)  
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