Four Seasons Hotel Suzhou has officially opened in Suzhou on the southeastern edge of Jiangsu Province in eastern China. The newest Four Seasons in Greater China is located on a verdant island on scenic Jinji Lake.
Four Seasons Hotel Suzhou is easily accessible to key commercial areas and cultural landmarks, just minutes from the city’s business districts and leisure pursuits. Integrating local history and culture, the hotel’s elegantly chic Suzhou-style garden landscape is spread across public and villa areas, with winding lakefront and garden paths revealing stunning views of Jinji Lake.
The property boasts 119 guest rooms and suites, along with 11 independent villas featuring private courtyards, offering a blend of comfort and privacy. Comprehensive recreational and fitness facilities, a serene and elegant spa, and tailored wellness programs cater to guests’ physical and mental well-being.
“The brand-new Four Seasons Hotel Suzhou blends natural scenery, local heritage and modern life to a true urban resort, which will give a range of new and unique experiences to discerning travellers,” said Tasos Kousloglou, CEO – Hotel division of Sun Hung Kai Properties, the development firm behind the project.
“Four Seasons Hotel Suzhou is the newest and truly a gleaming jewel in our global portfolio, marking the latest milestone of exciting and targeted growth for Four Seasons in China,” says Rainer Stampfer, Four Seasons President, Global Operations, Hotels and Resorts.
The hotel has two restaurants, Jin Jing Ge which specialises in Chinese Fine Dining, and Pan-Chinese at Yun He, and a Lounge and Bar.
Four Seasons Shanghai
Meanwhile, Four Seasons has revealed plans for a new hotel in Shanghai. Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai will soar 44 storeys high with 160 luxuriously appointed rooms and suites, anticipated to welcome guests in 2027.
Located along the iconic Huaihai Zhong Road within the Huangpu district of Puxi, the Hotel will be at the heart of the city’s shopping, dining and entertainment hub.
Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai will include conserved and restored traditional lane houses known as Shikumen (石库门) at the base of the development. Distinguished by high brick walls and strong gateways with elaborate lintels, the unassuming exterior of the Shikumen reveals beautiful, traditional Chinese dwellings on the interior. A respite from the energy and allure that permeates Shanghai, the new Four Seasons Hotel will capture the essence of this historic, residential-style architecture through locally sourced material, verdant courtyards with native greenery and much more.
Adding to the growing collection of more than 600 unique restaurants and bars across the company’s global portfolio, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai will introduce five new original culinary concepts.
Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai will be joining a growing collection of properties throughout China including the upcoming Four Seasons Hotel Dalian, Four Seasons Hotel Hangzhou at Hangzhou Centre, and Four Seasons Hotel Xi’an.