Nestled between the Pearl River and the business district of Tianhe, our Hotel is surrounded by chic shops and restaurants, with the city’s most iconic cultural institutions just a short stroll away. Looking to add some inspiration, networking or team-building opportunities to your itinerary? Our team of local experts offers countless ideas for on-site and off-site experiences, many made possible through our exclusive relationships in our community.
- Wellness Mornings
Add a mindful start to your event with a tai-chi class in our Hotel’s soaring Promenade. Steeped in the history of traditional Chinese medicine, tai chi combines graceful moves with breathing techniques to achieve the smooth flow of “chi,” essential for good health and balance. After the exercise, your group can enjoy a classic breakfast of dim sum.
- Make Dim Sum With a Master
Our Michelin-starred Chef Mai Zhi Xiong will show your group’s members the delicate and cherished local art of making dim sum, expanding their knowledge of Cantonese cuisine in the process.
- Shake it Up
Let us arrange for a private and educational cocktail-making class with our award-winning mixologist, from whom you group will learn how to stir, shake and mix some of our tailor-made signature cocktails.
- Guangzhou Opera House
Designed by British designer Zaha Hadid, this state-of-the-art, post-modernist building features natural, rustic shapes and distinctive materials, in sharp contrast to neighbouring buildings. Located just a five-minute walk from our Hotel, a guided tour can be easily arranged for your group.
- Guangdong Musuem of Art
Home to 12 indoor exhibition halls, as well as a 5,000-square-metre (53,820-square-foot) outdoor sculpture garden, the museum itself is an Objet d’Art set on the banks of the Pearl River. Let your group get to know the modern works of Chinese art during a private tour.
- Guangxiao Temple
For a bit of contrast from the modern city streets, leave some room on the schedule for your group to explore Guangxiao Temple (Bright Filial Piety Temple), one of the grandest and most influential temples in China, with a history dating back more than 1,700 years.