Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen

An elevated escape amid it all

Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen exemplifies everything Isadore Sharp wanted in the hospitality brand he founded in Toronto back in 1961. Snazziness. Serenity. Service. Call this sanctuary of sublimity sitting a few steps from the frenzied Futian business district and across from the Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center an escape from all the buttoned-up bustle — if said escape came with massive lobby paintings, gorgeous terraces and a full-service spa.

Specifically, this 26-floor property personifies Sharp’s original vision through 266 rooms and suites, four restaurants and lounges, a spa and an overall ethos of kindness from its staffers. Though the flutter of China’s fourth-largest city sits just outside, Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen couldn’t be happier to be your cosmopolitan home away from home.

Our Inspector's Highlights

  • Be it a quaint Deluxe Room (starting at 463 square feet) or the colossal Presidential Suite (5,113 square feet), all accommodations are thoughtful. Purple carpets, hand-painted cloud murals and TV-embedded bathroom mirrors merely help tell the stylish story.
  • There are three dining options scattered about the property: Foo (Asian-focused international dishes); Zhuo Yue Xuan (modern Cantonese); and Yi Bar and Lounge (light bites and cocktails).
  • With the help of ancient recipes (Eaglewood Senses massage) and modern technology(Gemology Rejuvenating facial treatment), the spa certainly has its hands in helping you relax during your stay.
  • This city hotel sprinkles green spaces throughout to put you closer to nature. To that end, there’s also an outdoor pool and an alfresco deck where you can take tai chi and yoga classes.
  • Stay in a suite or club room to gain access to the Executive Club Lounge, a space bathed in marble with views overlooking the city. It serves food and drinks all day long and contains a business center, a convenient feature for those traveling for work.

Things to Know

  • In addition to the massages and facials available, the wellness center also offers a robust calendar of swimming lessons, tai-chi classes and yoga instruction.
  • Yi Bar and Lounge hosts a daily afternoon tea. Taste buds will be captivated by bites such as sweet potato scones, violet blueberry mascarpone and Prague ham and sesame cheese rolls.
  • Though business travelers make up a good percentage of the guests, the Shenzhen hotel is kid-friendly. The property proves as much by giving gratis welcome amenities, youth-focused itineraries and Executive Club discounts to its smallest patrons.

24-hour room service
Indoor pool
Meeting rooms
Outdoor pool
Getting There
138 Fuhua Third Road, Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong Province, 518000 China
SZX (40 min)  
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