Conrad Guangzhou opens in China

Conrad Hotels & Resorts has opened its seventh property in Greater China, the 27-storey Conrad Guangzhou overlooking the Pearl River.

Conrad Guangzhou
Conrad Guangzhou

The 309-bedroom hotel boasts 1,800 square meters of flexible meeting space, holding up to 1,000 guests, with built-in audio-visual technology and large LED screens.

Rooms feature panoramic river views, walk-in closets, Wi-Fi and wired internet access, Nespresso coffee machine, and a shoe dryer to keep guests' shoes warm and dry. Other facilities include three signature restaurants along with a lounge and bar, a sixth-floor fitness centre with a 25-meter indoor pool and a spa.

The hotel forms part of a new, multi-use complex, which includes premium shopping, entertainment and corporate offices. Popular landmarks like the Guangdong Museum, Guangzhou Opera House and Canton Tower are minutes away, as are the subway system and bus stations.

John T. A. Vanderslice, global head, Conrad Hotels & Resorts said: "Conrad Guangzhou perfectly reflects the city’s character – rich in tradition and culture, yet stands true to the brand in its smart luxury ethos. We’re excited to open our seventh Conrad hotel in China, welcoming global luxury travellers with worldly style and flawless service."

More:

Hilton opens Hilton Quanzhou Riverside

Tribute Portfolio opens first hotel in China

Ritz- Carlton opens its first golf resort in China

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