Four Seasons Opens New Hotel in Shenzhen

Four Seasons opened its eighth hotel in China recently, this time in the dynamic city of Shenzhen, just minutes from Hong Kong and near Guangzhou and Macau. The Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen features a contemporary, light-filled tower that overlooks green spaces and water courtyards with panoramic views of the city.

Shenzen is well known for international business travel, especially in the hi-tech and financial industries, but it is also a city with contemporary design and modern intrigue. The Four Seasons Hotel Shenzen is located in the heart of downtown Shenzen and just a 10 minutes’ drive from Hong Kong. The city makes for an excellent add-on destination for travelers already in China, especially those who are traveling through the Pearl River Delta.

The Four Seasons Hotel Shenzen has 266 light-filled rooms and suites with technological conveniences such as Mini iPads for the guest directory, a pillow menu, Nespresso machines, large flat screen TVs with VGA connection for laptops, and more.

For more information on the hotel – including special packages and savings, click here.

Four Seasons Hotel Shenzhen, the 8th Four Seasons property in China offers state-of-the art hospitality and opens the door to new experiences in the Pearl River Delta.

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