The Park Hyatt brand celebrates debut of Park Hyatt Shenzhen

Hyatt Hotels Corporation announces the opening of Park Hyatt Shenzhen in China.
Hyatt Hotels Corporation announces the opening of Park Hyatt Shenzhen in China.

Hyatt Hotels Corporation has announced the opening of Park Hyatt Shenzhen in China.

Sitting atop a 48-storey skyscraper in the heart of the Futian central business district in Shenzhen, the brand new hotel is designed to provide a luxurious oasis amidst the pulsating energy of the fast-growing city.

“We are very excited to celebrate the opening of Park Hyatt Shenzhen and to introduce a new personalised experience to this dynamic city,” said Stephen Ho, president, Greater China, global operations, Hyatt.

 “We sincerely appreciate our owner, Ping An China, for their trust and support. With their rich experience in real estate management, together we are bringing a sophisticated and enriching experience to Shenzhen.”

Within walking distance of Shenzhen Convention and Exhibition Center and surrounded by corporate offices and luxury shopping, Park Hyatt Shenzhen is ideally located for business and leisure travellers alike.

The hotel is located 1.8 miles from Futian Checkpoint, and has direct underground access to metro lines, the Futian High Speed Train station, Hong Kong SAR with all districts of Shenzhen accessible near the hotel.

Concept and design

Designed by the New York-based architectural firm Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF), the 48-storey building, resembles a dynamic glass and steel butterfly with its wings spread against the Shenzhen city skyline.

The elegant and refined interiors of Park Hyatt Shenzhen are designed by Yabu Pushelberg to feel like a home away from home.

The hotel’s design celebrates the Park Hyatt brand’s heritage and creates a haven of tranquility, offering a botanical oasis in the sky blending nature and culture.

 The moment guests step into the hotel’s Chinese-style garden, they will find unparalleled enrichment and a quietly confident stay.


The hotel’s 195 spacious guestrooms and suites are designed to create an Asian-inspired sanctuary where guests will feel as if they are floating on a cloud.

 Located on floors 36 to 44, the corridors leading to each guestroom are lined in cloud-patterned carpeting with accommodations ranging from 516 square feet to 3,229 square feet.

Upon entering each guestroom, guests can find floor-to-ceiling windows framing the spectacular sky-high views.

In soothing shades of grey, taupe and ochre, the rooms also incorporate subtle contemporary Chinese detailing, ranging from the artwork to the lantern-style pendant lighting to the mini-bar resembling a modern Chinese cabinet.

In the marble-lined bathroom, the Asian influence continues in the twin vanity stand inspired by traditional Chinese architecture.

Bathrooms also feature a deep soaking tub, spa-inspired rain shower, and premium toiletries custom-created for Park Hyatt Shenzhen by cult New York perfumer Le Labo, renowned for its fresh, handmade fragrances.

Park Hyatt Shenzhen will launch a unique collection of bars and restaurants to showcase its outstanding cuisine accompanied by unrivaled views of the Shenzhen skyline.

 Flanking an entire side of Level 33, Living Room is a residential-style venue streaming natural light, stunning views and a sense of intimate comfort and timeless elegance, where guests can congregate for afternoon tea or evening drinks.

 “We are incredibly excited to see the opening of Park Hyatt Shenzhen in this dynamic Chinese metropolis and deliver a personalised stay to guests,” said general manager Peter Hildebrand.

 “This incredible building by KPF with stunning interiors by Yabu Pushelberg is a dream environment for us.

“With the understated quality of our guestrooms, immersive culinary experiences and sophisticated event spaces complemented by the highest standard of service, we are confident that our guests will experience a level of unparalleled hospitality in the city.”

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