Things To Do In Guangzhou
Enjoy Rosewood Guangzhou’s sky-high facilities, located on the top floors of the CTF Finance Centre – the tallest building in the city.
Offering an alluring contrast of ancient history and contemporary urban life, Guangzhou is must-visit destination for both leisure and business travelers alike. Synonymous with commerce and culture, Guangzhou was once the main gateway to the Maritime Silk Road, serving as China’s most important trading hub for centuries. Today, the city has evolved into a uniquely cosmopolitan, vibrant metropolis – one where urban appeal, rich history and 21st-century modernity live in harmony.
Located in the city’s most iconic building within Tianhe District, the city’s central business hub, Rosewood Guangzhou offers the perfect base from which to explore innovative fashion boutiques within K11 Art Mall, relax over dim sum, stroll along the pedestrian Huacheng Square and cycle along the dazzling Pearl River.
Sitting atop the iconic CTF Finance Centre, the hotel is within easy walking distance of the Zhujiang New Town metro station. Also, nearby, guests will discover fascinating cultural landmarks and modern architectural masterpieces such as the Zaha Hadid-designed Guangzhou Opera House and the Guangzhou Museum.
For a bird's eye view of Guangzhou, wait for a clear day and head up this 604-meter-high tower, which as the tallest such structure in the world until 2011. Gently twisting up, with a slender middle, locals often refer to it as the fashionable lady -- a stylish simile only amplified by the colorful light show that is put on nightly, when the tower illuminates the city far, far below.
222 Yuejiang West Road, Haizhu District
Dong Shan Kou
This quiet leafy suburb of more than 700 red brick homes evokes the charm of Shanghai's French Concession, but without the crowds. Go on a leisurely stroll and discover the scents of perfume boutique The Aura, or visit Kui Yuan and its three floors filled by art gallery, fashion shop and arty café. Close by you'll find Public Space where they showcase the work of talented local artists.
Dongshankou, Yuexiu District
As well as an indoor space, Fei brings art to the people with an outdoor gallery that runs around a courtyard. One fanciful exhibition saw the installation of wooden windows fitted together in a jigsaw-style pattern, which you could open to discover “found” items such as old telephones, ceramic cups, and even an imagined game of Super Mario -- Guangzhou edition.
5 Nonglinxia road, Floor G, Yuexiu District