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Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts opens 88th property in Guangzhou

Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts opens 88th property in Guangzhou - Four Seasons - hotel - China - Guangzhou


Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts has opened the 302-room Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou, which is the brand's 88th property worldwide.



Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou occupies the top 30 floors of the 103-storied Guangzhou International Finance Center (GZIFC) in China.

Guests of the Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou can take direct elevators from the ground floor to the lobby at 70th floor, which features a three metre (ten feet) red steel sculpture by Australian artist Matthew Harding that appears to float on a sea of watery glass, reflecting the ceiling window 30 floors above. The naturally-lit atrium, surrounded by restaurants and rooms above, is said to be higher than the top of St. Paul's Cathedral in London and New York's Statue of Liberty.

Throughout the hotel, a collection of paintings, prints and sculptures by contemporary international artists are placed to enhance the sleek modern interiors created by US-based hospitality interior designing firm HBA/Hirsch Bedner and Associates. Highlights include glass sculptures in Yu Yue Heen restaurant by Australian Clare Belfrage; a wood sculpture in Tian Bar by Richard Hutton of the Netherlands; mixed media sculptures by the American team of Jeremy Newman and Allison Ciancibelli in Caffe Mondo; paintings by Korean artist Yun Hee Toh in the Executive Club Lounge; nine sculptures by Yang Don Dong throughout the Hotel; and Lee Man Seng's Chinese seal-inspired timber sculptures in Yu Yue Heen.


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