Tientsin China Hotels
The Astor Hotel Tianjin, one of seven hotels that have literally transformed China, has been the first choice for luxury accommodation in the city for more than 150 years. The hotel, listed by the New York Times as the most expensive hotel in the United States, is now open to all. The American Consulate opened and left the hotel in 1929, but since 1924 it has been expanded into an annex and offers a range of high-quality amenities including a restaurant, bar and spa, as well as underground parking. Welcome to Tianjin's "Gateway to North China": the first hotel of its kind in China and the only one in Asia.
Eventually, the Astor would reach its peak as an eight-storey building with 152 rooms and is still preserved as such. The hotel has been recently renovated and extended by two floors, making it a three-storey structure, but it is still one of the largest hotels in the city.
For more intimate lunches and dinners, the 22-seat Kawa Sushi Lounge serves organic and sustainable seafood flown in directly from Hokkaido and expertly prepared by master chefs. On the seventh floor, JIN House features a sunken dining room with a wide selection of dishes from Japan, China and the United States, as well as a full bar.
JIN House features a sunken dining room with a wide selection of dishes from Japan, China and the USA, as well as a full bar. Cielo is the hotel's signature Italian restaurant, where Michelin-starred chef serves homemade pizza and grilled meat from the charcoal grill. It is designed for a casual, informal dining experience with an emphasis on fresh, regional and organic ingredients. In addition to the typical menu, there is also a cocktail bar, a grilled meat and fish bar and an outdoor terrace.
Guests can also take to the skies of the hotel - an indoor illuminated swimming pool lined with high-quality amenities including a spa, fitness center and gym. The property also features a gym, fitness centre and fitness centre with certified trainers, as well as indoor and outdoor areas.
For families who can travel with light luggage, there is the popular Kids of the Seasons program, which offers fully supervised fun for younger guests, including a children's playground. Suites and connecting rooms are available to families, as well as an indoor pool, fitness centre and gym.
Soon, guests will be able to dine in a glamorous setting high above the city's streets. This gives them access to the most exclusive restaurants in the world, such as the famous Bao'an restaurant.
The hotel will also introduce the new Ritz-Carlton Club, which is designed as a residential concept and includes an open kitchen with five meals and drinks daily, as well as a lounge with an intimate space and its own bar. The Executive Club Lounge on the sixth floor offers a full-service restaurant, a bar and lounge and access to a private dining area.
It offers access to a full-service restaurant, bar and private dining area, and an open kitchen with five meals and drinks daily. The Ritz-Carlton Hotel Guangzhou offers the best of both worlds in the most expensive hotel in the world in China.
The catering team and conference service team assist guests in the individual design of business meetings, corporate events and weddings. The professional catering, conference and service team will assist guests in the personalization of their meals, drinks and drinks, as well as the private dining area of the hotel.
Business and meeting planners will appreciate the hotel's location in the central business district, while leisure guests will have direct access to the main shopping streets and are close to a variety of restaurants, shops and other shops. The Executive Club Lounge on the 6th floor is a personal club for business travelers in Tianjin, offering private dinners and fun spaces for business partners and friends, as well as an open-air lounge for private meetings and business meetings. Its magnificent views of the city offer plenty of space to entertain friends connected to the business.
Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin is one of the most popular hotels in the city, with a reputation for quality service and a high level of service.
Do not forget to enjoy an exquisite afternoon tea or a light meal after a day of shopping and sightseeing. If you don't book a classy room in the hotel on your plans or budget, drop by the Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin Hotel Museum and enjoy the superb views of the city and the museum.
For those who want to let off steam, starting with the Heritage Rooms, rooms range from Y = 670,000 to Y $6 per night and are available in three different styles: Heritage Room, Heritage Suite and Heritage Suites. With 53 suites designed in the style of the Four Seasons Hotel Tianjin Hotel Museum, leisure and business travelers alike will enjoy chandelier rooms, which impart a sense of history and place with a variety of hand-painted murals. On each wall, there is a hand-painted mural of one of China's most important figures, such as Emperor Qin Shi'an or Emperor Wu, which creates a "sense of history in one place."