Raffles Shenzhen is Accor's newest star hotel

Raffles Shenzhen is Accor's newest star hotel

Raffles' newest hotel is now open for business in the midst of Shenzhen's bustling CBD.

Situated on One Shenzhen Bay, with direct connections to the Qianhai Economic Zone in the Nanshan District, the Raffles Shenzhen is well-located for business travellers.

Guests check-in on the 34th floor Sky Lobby before continuing up to the 168 guestrooms and suites on the upper levels of the 72-storey building, which offer scenic views of Shenzhen Bay and Hong Kong.

Rooms are generously sized, starting at 60 sqm for a Deluxe Room...

... and ramping up to 434 sqm for the Presidential Suite, which features a private dining room, two bedrooms, a steam room and a fitness area.

Each space is finished in neutral shades, accented by pops of colour in key furniture pieces.

Famished travellers can look forward to dining at six signature restaurants and bars, all of which are enhanced by panoramic views.

Rui Lounge hosts the Raffles Afternoon Tea, Sky Café has live cooking stations, and The Long Bar will be a popular place to unwind after a day's work.

Raffles Patisserie will have an extensive selection of handcrafted delicacies, Yun Jing serves up classic Cantonese dishes, and Kokoni (pictured) is an upmarket Japanese restaurant serving up elegant kaiseki, premium steaks, sushi and sashimi.

Functions aren't forgotten either, with 3,000 sqm of event spaces including a column-free grand ballroom and eight multifunction halls.

When a respite from work is needed, the Raffles Spa promises to be a relaxing sanctuary while guests are naturally welcome in The Fitness Centre, to make use of a fully-equipped gym and indoor swimming pool.

Raffles Shenzhen is part of the AccorHotel's Le Club loyalty scheme (soon to be renamed ALL), meaning points can be earned and redeemed for stays.

Elite status members will be able to utilise their perks, including space-available room upgrades and late check-outs, on bookings made directly with the hotel and through various corporate travel agencies.

Brandon Loo

Brandon Loo

Brandon divides his time between Perth and Launceston, with ample hours spent in airport lounges in between. He recently picked up photography and tries to capture the beauty of Tasmanian landscapes, aeroplane cabins and in-flight food, to varying degrees of success.
 

4 comments

  • Albinoni1967

    Albinoni1967

    24 May, 2019 02:44 pm

    This is one city I definitely want to visit one day, heard it might even overtake Shanghai, looks beautiful
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  • Dredgy

    Dredgy

    24 May, 2019 03:15 pm

    Is actually a lovely city. Spent a lot of time there as a kid and went back recently and it’s really been developed and made quite liveable. Lots to do and easy to get around as an English speaker. If you like tech, then the shopping is amazing too 😋
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  • daft009

    daft009

    24 May, 2019 11:36 pm

    I was there last November but stayed in the tech markets areas. that's where all the action is IMO!
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  • Tristan

    tris06

    29 May, 2019 04:02 pm

    It is a lovely city with some rough edges. Lived here for nearly 9 years. I am personally considering to stay at the hotel next month just for a night to try it out.
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20 Jun, 2019 07:25 am

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