Published on : Saturday, September 8, 2018
Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen will be “Celebrating 5” on September 28, 2018. To mark the Hotel’s 5th anniversary, between September 24 to 30 guests are invited to enjoy a host of promotional offerings from dining experiences to a relaxing weekend retreat or spa wellness recovery.
Nestled along the Pearl River Delta, an hour’s travel by road from Hong Kong, by ferry from Macau and by train from Guangzhou, lies Shenzhen – an ideal place for a holiday break with family and friends or simply to get away for a romantic weekend.
Young, vibrant and dynamic, the city offers wonderful attractions from epic shopping sprees at the wholesale markets to an outing at one of the three theme parks for the young and the young at heart. Awarded as a “City of Design” by UNESCO in 2008, stunning architecture dots the beautifully landscaped surroundings of the new downtown Futian, Shenzhen’s hub for both business and pleasure.
Still in doubt? Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen shares Five Reasons to Celebrate 5 and make Shenzhen the next travel escape destination.
1. Suite Celebration
Luxuriate in a home-away-from-home indulgence in one of the Hotel’s coveted suites. Outfitted with hi tech conveniences, the suites feature a private living room, comfortable sleeping area and floor-to-ceiling windows that offer natural daylight, and an exceptional sense of space.
Taking inspiration locally and from afar, the colour palette of the Hotel’s rooms blends plum, cream, taupe and soft gold, complemented by white marble and walnut. Each room features a delicate, hand-painted headboard using the “harmonious clouds” brushstroke, bringing wishes for well-being and restful slumber.
To keep guests entertained, in-house Hotel activities include Sunrise Yoga or Taichi at Dusk, which can be arranged at the Hotel’s verdant multi-level outdoor Terraces. And for those wanting to learn something new – classes are available at the Hotel’s Art Gallery with resident artist Mr. Mo, known for his fine calligraphy and contemporary Chinese watercolour as well as western oil painting.