Park Hyatt Hangzhou

Sky-high luxury in Hangzhou

Park Hyatt Hangzhou takes this picturesque East China city to new heights in the most literal sense.

Opened in late 2016, this luxury property is one of the city's tallest hotels, featuring both Hangzhou’s highest dining spot and swimming pool. Located on the top floors of the Mixc complex towers, Park Hyatt offers a selection of high-end shopping, dining and entertainment options within walking distance of the sleek structure.

Designed by well-regarded New York duo George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg of Yabu Pushelberg, the hotel has been envisioned to reflect a contemporary Jiangnan-style residence, inspired by its historic surroundings.

Upon entry, you’re greeted by the beautiful, gray-veined marble lobby — a bit of fanciful foreshadowing for the elegant experience ahead — before walking through a narrow passageway to find yourself in one of the earth-toned elevators that whisks you up to your room.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Park Hyatt Hangzhou features a beautiful, modern design that reflects the best of contemporary conception and local influence, while also taking full advantage of its sky-high location. The 37th-floor lobby, for example, greets you with an ethereal marble space adorned with Chinese lanterns and a wall of windows.
  • Come on a clear day to bask in spectacular city and Qiantang River vistas from the 16-foot windows found throughout the property’s public spaces.
  • Savor polished Zhejiang cuisine while gazing through massive windows that line Dining Room, Park Hyatt's sleek 37th-floor restaurant.
  • The Hangzhou hotel is just a short 15- to 20-minute drive from the city’s famous landmarks, like Leifeng Pagoda, the Grand Canal andWest Lake.
  • The menu at Forty8 Bar pours 48 different brown spirits by the glass for you to sip without having to commit to an entire bottle.

Things to Know

  • There are only 13 suites at Park Hyatt Hangzhou, so you’ll want to book these spacious accommodations far in advance, especially during busy periods.
  • Spring is an incredibly popular time to visit Hangzhou and, due to the hotel’s proximity to famous West Lake.
  • Bring along a swim cap, if you plan to use the hotel’s 35th-floor pool — most Hangzhou hotels require headgear to swim laps.

The Rooms

  • Deluxe corner rooms supply plenty of daylight and sweeping views of the city through the floor-to-ceiling windows. Blinds and drapes can be opened or closed via the control panel next to the bed.
  • Plum blossom motifs adorn the sleek, modern headboards in each guest room — a continuation of the nature theme found through the luxury hotel. A lake-blue color palette is both stylish and soothing.
  • Fully equipped workstations come with universal power outlets and various connectivity options for business and international travelers.
  • Modern courtesies, like a Nespresso coffee machine and locally produced Longjing tea, can be found each room. Other smart extras, such as pillow menus, Simmons mattresses and 55-inch TVs, complete the posh home-away-from-home vibe.
  • Live like royalty in the clouds when you book the Chairman Suite. Perched on the tower’s top floor, the palatial accommodation offers a living room, dining room, kitchen and gaming and entertainment room, as well as butler service.

The Restaurants

  • The informal Forty8 Restaurant dishes out a fun mix of local catches, regional Chinese dishes and Italian specialties — all with a side of sweeping city vistas.
  • If you’re in the mood for a light midday meal or an afternoon tea, The Living Room elegantly serves up both.
  • The aforementionedForty8 Bar features The Ledge, which is a glass-floored architectural feature that extends over the edge of the luxurious property. The tables here are in demand so be sure to book them in advance.

24-hour room service
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Getting There
1366 Qianjiang Road, Hangzhou, 310020 China
HGH (40 min)  
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