Sneak Peek: Four Seasons Hotel, Guangzhou, China

Four Seasons Hotel Guangzhou opened this month in China’s third-largest city, and it occupies the top 30 floors of the 103-story Guangzhou IFC, a vase-shaped building that is among the world’s tallest skyscrapers. Upon entering the 70th-floor lobby, guests are flooded with natural light from the 34-story central atrium, and panoramic views abound of the Pearl River Delta below. It has 344 guest rooms (rates starting at $327), including 42 suites, and six restaurants and bars offer a variety of fare. Its spa has nine treatment rooms, a laconium sauna, which uses lower temperatures to relax the body, and a traditional Rhassoul mud chamber for body masks. (+86.20.8883.3888, www.fourseasons.com)

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