Overlooking the scenic West Lake and minutes from Lingyin Temple, the Four Seasons Hangzhou blends traditional design with contemporary style. Set among the property’s winding streams and lagoons, the 81 guest rooms, suites, and villas, all effortlessly fuse Chinese art and tapestries with clean modernist furnishings, and the latest in-room technology for business and entertainment. Each of the villas features a private swimming pool and landscaped garden. For health and relaxation, the hotel offers a fitness center, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and a cutting-edge designer spa with nine private treatment rooms. Jin Sha, the hotel’s feature restaurant, with 11 stand-alone pavilions surrounding a garden lagoon, serves fine Shanghainese, Cantonese, and local Hangzhou specialties. Other dining and drink options include WLB for all-day Asian and Western cuisine, the Lobby Lounge for traditional tea service, and The Bar for a dynamic nighttime atmosphere. There is also a business center with a meeting and function space. The hotel is a 45-minute drive from Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport.
Location: The Four Seasons Hangzhou is situated overlooking the beautiful West Lake, with its lush and picturesque trees lining the river banks and the occasional lotus flower floating by, this place lends a feeling of peaceful serenity within this stunning landscape.
History: Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang Province in Eastern China, holds a long and admirable history, stretching back over 7,000 years, when was rice first starting to be cultivated in the region.
Service: The Four Seasons Hangzhou is known for going out of its way to pamper its guests, offering them a wide range of services that can be tailored to each person’s specific needs.
The Four Seasons Hangzhou provides guests with a selection of 81 guestrooms, the smallest of which start at an impressive 678-square-feet. All rooms come with enticing of views, from the forest glades to the traditional gardens as well as the captivating West Lake.
The Deluxe Rooms, with 678-square-feet of space, feature traditional Chinese architecture and decor, with harmonious modern elements and touches. State-of-the-art amenities include a 37-inch plasma screen TV, surround sound, DVD player, and an MP3 player outlet.
The Grand Premier Rooms feature traditional Chinese architecture and decor, with harmonious modern elements and touches. The rooms feature terrace conservatories and decks, as well as a traditional Chinese garden or pond, that offer stunning views. Inside, there is a separate bedroom and living area. The well-appointed bathrooms feature sunken marble baths and large vanity with a TV. State-of-the-art amenities include a 37-inch plasma screen TV, surround sound, DVD player, and an MP3 player outlet.
The Premier Rooms, with up to 785-square-feet, feature traditional Chinese architecture and decor, with harmonious modern elements and touches. The rooms feature 86-square-foot glass conservatories or open-air terraces, that offer stunning views. Inside, there is a separate bedroom and living area. State-of-the-art amenities include a 37-inch plasma screen TV, surround sound, DVD player, and an MP3 player outlet.
Business travelers can make good use of the hotel's 24-hour Business Center, featuring everything they need to complete their executive tasks while traveling, from audio-visual equipment, to computers, to meeting and function spaces, and more.. A multilingual concierge is available for business-related assistance.
Fitness enthusiasts will appreciate the fully-equipped fitness center available on site, featuring not only cardio equipment, but strength training machines as well, and charming views of the hotel's gardens. A sauna and steam room are also available. Those who require one-on-one attention can seek personalized training from one of the hotel's certified personal trainers.
Choose from not just one, but two pools at the Four Seasons Hangzhou, with an indoor pool available for swimming year-round, surrounded by plush loungers. The outdoor pool is more seasonal, and is spectacular in the warm months, surrounded by a beautifully-landscaped garden, with stunning views of West Lake.
Guests of the Four Seasons will find the spa to be a can't-miss feature, with its long list of traditional and Asian therapies that have been expertly designed to incorporate modern techniques into centuries-old healing traditions. The spa has been designed to mimic the imperial style palaces of China's past, giving it a grand, royal feel.
Guests can experience fine pan-Chinese dining at this elegant restaurant, featuring Shanghainese, Cantonese and classical local cuisine. Those who wish to enjoy an intimate dining experience will enjoy the restaurant's selection of 11 stand-alone private dining rooms, beautifully-surrounded by a meticulously-manicured garden lagoon, each seating up to 14 guests.
The Bar at the Four Seasons Hangzhou is the perfect spot to meet a friend or colleague for an afternoon aperitif or delectable cocktail. The drink menu presents a list of premium liqueurs and champagnes.
This relaxed, all-day dining venue serves up Asian and Western cuisine, featuring bright interiors and an outdoor terrace that overlooks the resort's beautifully-appointed swimming pool.
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