Does the Hotel offer wheelchair-accessible rooms?
Yes, certain rooms have wide, wheelchair-accessible doors, lowered light switches, grab bars for the bathtub and toilet, and roll-in showers.
What business amenities do you offer?
In a city that thrives on the artful craft of guanxi – the framework of all business and personal relationships in China – meetings, conferences and events take on profound importance. Our banquet and meeting facilities are equipped to balance old-fashioned relationship-building with modern-day communication technologies. Our ballrooms and smaller function rooms can accommodate any range of meeting types, from venture capital pitches to IPO announcements.
How can I plan a special event?
Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen offers 1,800 square metres (19,375 square feet) of supremely stylish, well-designed space to help create the event of your dreams. Visit our Meetings and Events page for more information.
What are my travel options from the airport to the property?
Shenzhen Bao'an International Airport (SZX) is the fifth-largest airport in China. Located 32 kilometres (20 miles) from downtown Shenzhen, it serves some regional and most domestic airlines with regular flights to all the major tourist cities and beyond. Long-distance international flights usually land in nearby Hong Kong, where convenient shuttle buses and six-seater van services are available between Hong Kong International Airport and the Shenzhen Huanggang Border. Ferry or helicopter service is available between Macau and Shenzhen. The Hotel is a short walk from the underground metro for convenient access to the city.
Services Provided by the Hotel:
Limousine service can be arranged by the Hotel for an additional charge. Car rental service is also available. The Hotel offers self parking. Fees apply. Visit our Destination page for more information.
What are the parking options at the Hotel?
The Hotel offers free parking lots to all guests in Basement 2 and Basement 3.
What activities or experiences do you offer for couples?
Couples are sure to enjoy specially tailored Spa treatments in the Spa. A tranquil oasis in the heart of a bustling metropolis, Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen invites you to relax, recharge and re-energize during your next getaway. Book our Spa Package to start each day with a delicious breakfast, then enjoy a soothing massage and spend as much time as you like in the Hotel's fitness centre and indoor and outdoor swimming pools. Keep up with your fitness regimen, start a new one, or simply relax in our soothing sauna and whirlpool. We can also enhance your stay with an accommodation upgrade and a late check-out.
Do you have a pool(s) at the Hotel?
What attractions are nearby? What is the best way to get there from the Hotel?
To ensure you make the most of your next trip, we asked Chef Concierge Robert Huang of Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen to share his recommendations for the best things to see and do in the city – from touring landmarks both ancient and modern to teeing off at the world's largest golf facility. Covering 1.25 million square metres (13.5 million square feet) in Shenzhen's central business district, OCT Harbour is the city's largest entertainment destination and home to many of China's firsts, including the first international waterfront shopping complex and the first large-scale multimedia water-show theatre.
Do you have a fitness centre? If so, what kind of equipment does it have? What are the hours?
Work out while savouring views of the city, framed by oversized windows that flood the space with natural light. Our 850-square-metre (9,150-square-foot) Fitness Centre is available for use 24 hours a day and features state-of-the-art cardio and weight-training equipment, a private fitness studio and a relaxing steam room and sauna.
Does the Hotel have any historical context?
Beneath Shenzhen's modern facade lies a wealth of history. Nantou Ancient City, located in the Nanshan District, dates back to the fourth century and showcases remnants of a Ming dynasty town. Once a walled city, the area is still home to about 20,000 people, most of whom are descendants of the indigenous Cantonese inhabitants. Stroll through this ancient city and you'll find local shops and landmarks, including the 14th-century Dapeng Fortress and the Chiwan Tianhou Temple, one of China's largest and most revered temples.