No. 1 Shamian South Street
This iconic five-star luxury hotel is located in the cultural heart of Guangzhou at the scenic riverfront on historic Shamian Island, and has easy access to the city center, shopping areas, metro and train stations as well as Baiyun International Airport. With its own private pier for yachts as well as beautifully landscaped gardens, the White Swan Hotel is a truly unique urban resort for savvy travelers.
Opened in 1983 as the first five-star international hotel in China, this landmark property has undergone an extensive multi-year refurbishment and reopened in mid-2015 for a new chapter in its celebrated history. Part of the top-tier World Luxury collection, the White Swan Hotel has received many heads of state over the years, including Queen Elizabeth II, and is renowned for extending exceptional service to every guest.
The White Swan Hotel offers a welcoming sanctuary from the bustling city, on the leafy and historic oasis of Shamian Island – first established in 1859 as a foreign concession after the two Opium Wars. All 520 elegant guest rooms and suites feature magnificent panoramic views of either the Pearl River or the city skyline and are equipped with the most updated amenities. The hotel also offers a distinguished Club floor, with access to an exclusive Club Lounge and its full range of privileges.
The White Swan is well known for its exquisite cuisine with six outstanding restaurants and bars. A perfect conference destination, the hotel features extensive meeting facilities many with natural daylight.
The superb recreational facilities include an outdoor heated swimming pool, a dual-story fitness centre with top-of-the-line fitness equipment as well as whirlpools, saunas and steam rooms.
|Venue||Max Guest||Room Width/Length||Reception||Theatre||Banquet||Square||U-Shape||Classroom||Boardroom|
|Board Room 1||-||4 / 6 sq m||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Board Room 2||-||4 / 6 sq m||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Board Room 3||-||5 / 6 sq m||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Board Room 4||-||5 / 4 sq m||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Grand Ballroom||660||21 / 30 sq m||450||660||400||-||420||350||-|
|Grand Ballroom A||220||21 / 9 sq m||150||220||140||-||120||120||-|
|Grand Ballroom B||220||21 / 9 sq m||150||220||140||-||120||120||-|
|Grand Ballroom C||220||21 / 10 sq m||150||220||140||-||120||120||-|
|Hongtu Hall||750||19 / 38 sq m||580||750||540||-||390||420||-|
|Hongtu Hall A||170||19 / 10 sq m||140||170||140||-||70||100||-|
|Hongtu Hall B||170||19 / 11 sq m||140||170||140||-||70||100||-|
|Hongtu Hall C||280||19 / 15 sq m||200||270||280||-||180||140||-|
|Hongtu Hall North||300||19 / 16 sq m||210||300||230||-||130||160||-|
|Hongtu Hall South||370||19 / 21 sq m||280||370||280||-||180||210||-|
|Shamian Room||200||8 / 24 sq m||200||200||140||-||78||100||-|
|Silver Jade Room 1||130||7 / 15 sq m||-||130||-||-||48||72||-|
|Silver Jade Room 1-A||50||7 / 7 sq m||-||50||-||-||24||27||-|
|Silver Jade Room 1-B||50||7 / 7 sq m||-||50||-||-||24||27||-|
|Silver Jade Room 2||50||7 / 7 sq m||-||50||-||-||24||27||-|
|Silver Jade Room 3||40||7 / 14 sq m||40||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|Silver Jade Room 4||50||7 / 6 sq m||-||50||-||-||24||36||-|
|Taotao Ting||120||6 / 19 sq m||90||120||100||-||54||60||-|