Now Open: Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin

Four Seasons just opened a new luxury hotel in China: the Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin

The new hotel is in the city’s Central Business District, with direct access to the main shopping street and within walking distance of nightlife options and the city’s historic quarters. It is also 30 minutes from Beijing via high-speed train. 

The hotel has five dining and drinking concepts, with more than a dozen private dining rooms. Cielo is the hotel’s signature Italian restaurant on the ninth floor, with a Michelin-starred head chef, an open kitchen concept and a menu offering homemade pizza and wood-grill meats, as well as a walk-in dry ageing room. Also on the ninth floor, the Gusto Bar serves handcrafted cocktails, and a selection of bourbons and whiskies, with its drinks concept developed by luxury spirits company Proof & Company.

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On the seventh floor, JIN House offers a high-style Cantonese and Tianjin cuisine dining experience with a sunken dining hall and 11 individual rooms for private dining and entertaining. For a more intimate lunch or dinner, the 22-seat Kawa sushi lounge serves organic and sustainable seafood flown directly from Hokkaido.

The La Sala lobby lounge on the second floor serves afternoon tea and light meals.

Opening soon are an outdoor terrace at Cielo and an outdoor garden pavilion at JIN House to allow guests to dine high above the city streets.

The hotel also has 259 accommodations, including 44 suites. Both the Chairman Suite and Presidential Suite offer city views from the hotel’s highest floors, with space for entertaining. Suites and connecting rooms are also available for families, as well as special child-size room amenities, baby gear so families can travel light, and the Kids for All Seasons program providing fully supervised fun for young guests, including a children’s playground.

The Executive Club Lounge on the sixth floor offers VIP concierge services, complimentary dining options, a private meeting room and many other exclusive benefits. The hotel’s business center, also on the sixth floor, provides access to audio-visual equipment, secretarial and translation services, airline reservations, worldwide courier service and more.

Guests can also make use of a fitness center, open 24/7, as well as a sky-lit indoor swimming pool with adjacent whirlpool, juice bar and pool deck lined with lounge chairs and day beds.

Soon, the hotel will open L’Océan Spa, with 11 treatment rooms, including three couples rooms and a couples suite with its own private relaxation room.  

For meetings and events, the hotel has a total of 31,679 square feet of space, including two pillar-free ballrooms, eight function rooms and a VIP Room, plus natural lighting, an outdoor balcony, a Bridal Suite, a vehicle-accessible elevator and professional in-house florist. The catering and conference service team assist guests in planning and customizing business meetings, corporate events, and weddings.

Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin is now offering a special MICE package for meetings, incentives, conferences and events featuring a rate of CNY 1,188 nett per room inclusive of breakfast, full day use of the event space with lunch there or in one of the restaurants, and two tea breaks per day. The offer requires a minimum commitment of 20 guest rooms, and is valid on new bookings from January through April 30, 2017. For group inquiries, call +86-022-2716 6186.

Visit www.fourseasons.com/tianjin

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