Escape Worldly Cares at This Guangzhou Spa


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From the moment you set foot inside The Ritz-Carlton Spa, Guangzhou, the bustle of the city simply vanishes. Here you will discover a retreat where soothing, organic tones and sumptuous finishes invite you to relax and rebalance. Explore signature treatments designed to restore the body, mind and spirit. Soothe your aching muscles with a therapeutic massage, or impart new radiance to your skin with a personalized facial treatment. Encompassing more than 43,000 square feet on an entire floor of the hotel, the spa includes a fitness center and a heated, outdoor swimming pool.

On-Site Outlets

Welcome to The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou

Located in the heart of Pearl River New City, The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou is the crown jewel of this new CBD. The premier location is enhanced by nearby luxury residential and commercial landmarks that include Canton Tower, Guangzhou Opera House, Guangdong Museum, Guangzhou New Library.
Spa Relaxation Room

The Ritz Carlton Spa

A 24-hour fitness center with state-of-the-art Technogym equipment is available to guests who wish to exercise, while The Ritz-Carlton Spa® with 9 treatment rooms is available for those who wish to pamper themselves in luxurious style.

10:00 AM-10:00 PM
Appointment required
Fitness Center

Fitness Center

Open 7 days a week, 24 hours a day
Outdoor Heated Pool


Heated Outdoor Lap Pool

Mon-Sun : 6:00 AM-10:00 PM

Local Area Attractions

Located among the city’s shops, sights and hotels in the Tianhe district, The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou serves as the ideal starting point to embark on an exploration and discovery of one of China’s fascinating cities. Within striking distance from the Canton Tower and overlooking the expansive Pearl River, the views from the hotel are enticing as they are spectacular, inviting new visitors to venture a closer look. Famed for its iconic Cantonese cuisine, bustling commercial centers and rich cultural heritage, the vibrant city of Guangzhou features no shortage of exciting attractions and seasonal events. Peer into China’s past at the Guangdong Museum, Guangzhou Library and Guangzhou Opera House. Or, participate in one of the city’s many professional and social events, including the China Import and Export Fair in the Tianhe district, or the annual Christmas Tree Lighting which is held every December at The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou.

Pear River View in the afternoon

Guangzhou Museum of Art in Ersha Island

An art museum on tranquil Ersha Island featuring an extensive collection of two– and three-dimensional works.

Distance: 2 kilometers/10 minutes


Guangzhou Opera House

Designed by Stirling Prize-winning architect Zaha Hadid and reportedly costing in excess of 1 billion yuan, the Guangzhou Opera House is located on the bank of the Pearl River adjacent to the Guangzhou TV & Sightseeing Tower – Canton Tower, beside the New Guangdong Museum and a only a brief stroll across the promenade from The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou.

Characterized by sweeping, organic curves reminiscent of a gently-rolling seascape, many claim that the Opera House’s interior is even more impressive, featuring state-of-the-art acoustics and a perfect marriage of avant-garde design to individual comfort.

Distance: Walking distance


The National Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall

The National Sun Yat-Sen Memorial Hall features a world-class performance hall and an exhibition center commemorating the “Father of Modern China”.

Distance: 7 kilometers/20 minutes


The New Guangdong Museum

The new Guangdong Museum, located within a short walking distance away from The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou, offers insights into the history and culture of Guangdong province and attracts an estimated 5,000 visitors every day. Featuring an extensive collection of historical treasures—the museum promises a delightful afternoon of enlightenment, free of charge.

Open: Tuesday to Sunday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Distance: Walking distance


Chimelong Safari Park

 Guangzhou Chimelong Safari Park wild animal world belongs to the first batch of the national, Guangzhou's only national 5A scenic spot tourism resort, located in Panyu, Guangzhou. The park with large populations of wild animal breeding and self driving ornamental features, known as the most China international standard of national wild animal zoo, is the world's population, up to the wild animal theme park.

Distance: 12 kilometers/35 minutes


Xinhai Concert Hall

A sophisticated concert hall on Ersha Island that regularly hosts international orchestras, bands and ballet troupes.

Distance: 3 kilometers/10 minutes


Yuexiu Park

An expansive city-center park with museums, monuments and extensive greenery.

Distance: 20 kilometers/25 minutes

Bai Yun Mountain

One of Guangzhou’s enduring historical landmarks and a popular destination for locals and visitors alike.

Distance: 10 kilometers/30 minutes


Canton Tower

The Canton TV & Sightseeing Tower, Guangzhou’s skyscraping landmark just across the Pearl River from The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou, was conceived in 2004 by Dutch architecture maestros, Mark Hemel and Barbara Kuit. The design is heavily-informed by gender aesthetics, being described by the duo as “[having] the identity of a female; smooth, curved, slender, gracious and incorporating diversity of spaces and floor-plan sizes, in short a sexy tower” in contrast to the masculine properties of most skyscrapers (“angular, simplistic, heavy and based on repetition”).

The finished tower reaches 610 meters high and includes two circular, rotating restaurants as well as a private dining room 407 meters above the city.

Distance: 1 kilometer/5 minutes


Guangzhou Library

One of the four public works on the Square (the others being the New Guangdong Museum, the Guangzhou Opera House and the Guangzhou “2nd Children’s Center”), the library boasts a total capacity of 4 billion books and can accommodate up to 6000 visitors. With a variety of public service offices and designed to evoke the fluttering pages of an open book, the library is an ideal venue for scholarship and contemplation. Operation Hours: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Wednesday Closed; Public Holidays: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.


Haixinsha Island

The site of the 2010 Asian Games’ illustrious opening ceremony, Haixinsha Island opened as a public attraction in January 2011. Having wowed an estimated 34,000 spectators with dancers seemingly walking upon water and massive LED displays unfurling like sails (in a tribute to Guangzhou’s enduring maritime culture), Haixinsha is now open for both day– and night tours and is connected to the riverbank by an underground tunnel.

Distance: Less than 1 kilometer/2 minutes


Pearl River Night Cruise

A traditional pastime for visitors to Guangzhou, a night cruise of the Pearl River offers cooling breezes and a refreshing experience of the city’s brightly-illuminated waterfront.

Distance: 4 kilometers/10 minutes


Shamian Island

Shamian Island was constructed in the 19th Century by Sir Harry Parkes to serve as an enclave for foreign diplomats and merchants in Canton. Today, it remains a popular destination for weekend outings due to its unique European architecture and lush greenery.

Distance: 9 kilometers/25 minutes


Xi Guan Heritage Street

Xi Guan, a historical district of Guangzhou dating back centuries, is preserved in the form of the “Xi Guan Heritage Street”. Of particular interest are the elaborate residences and crowded shopping arcades—both characteristic of what has become known as the “Xi Guan” style. 

Distance: 7 kilometers/20 minutes

K11 Guangzhou Art Mall

A new cultural landmark of the Pearl River Delta.

Distance: Walking distance


Guangzhou International Grand City (igc)

A landmark one-stop complex.

Distance: Walking distance


Taikoo Hui Guangzhou 

A large-scale mixed-use development in the heart of the vibrant Tianhe Central Business District.

Distance: 3.6 kilometers/20 minutes


Changshou Road

A popular congregation hub of jade merchants.

Distance: 10 kilometers/30 minutes


Daxin Road and Wende Road

Two commercial areas specializing in arts, crafts and cultural products.

Distance: 8 kilometers/25 minutes


La Perle and the Friendship Stores

Two upscale shopping malls featuring international- and local luxury brands.

Distance: 4 kilometers/15 minutes


Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street

A shopping hotspot sprinkled with a mixture of Chinese and Western architecture.

Distance: 6 kilometers/20 minutes


Yi De Road

A bustling center of wholesalers of every imaginable product.

Distance: 8 kilometers/25 minutes

Planning Your Trip

Located by the Pearl River, Guangzhou is known for its avant-garde architecture and Cantonese culture.

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Prior to arrival, a Guest Relations officer will contact you to ask about your children’s names, ages, any allergies they may have, their needs and preferences in order to customize your stay. 

Our Ritz Kids program includes:

Special check-in experience
  • A Ritz Kids registration desk
  • Kids’ colorful step stool 
  • A fun “registration” form for children to complete that includes their age, birthday, mom and dad’s names, favorite color, food and drinks!

Welcome Folder Amenity

Welcome Ritz Kids packet with a coloring book and a scavenger hunt kit focused on the Ritz Kids four key pillars: water, land, culture and environmental responsibility

In-Room Communication
  • Personalized welcome letter for the child
  • Welcome card, toy and food amenity in guest room

F&B Dining Outlets

A Ritz Kids menu is offered throughout the hotel, including FOODS restaurant and In-Room Dining. In the restaurants, kids enjoy a complimentary welcome snack prior to their meal during breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Fun with Leo

Spend a fun-filled Weekend staycation with us at The Ritz-Carlton, Guangzhou with loads of fun-filled activities prepared especially for our young Ladies & Gentlemen. Enjoy this engaging and educational journey with us!

Time: 15:00-16:00, Saturday and Sunday
Location: FOODS Restaurant (Level 1)

Fond Farewell Card

Amenity in guest room.

The Ritz Kids® Night Safari encourages the spirit of the great outdoors to the inside by allowing kids to set up a specially-provided camping tent inside the suite, with special amenities to liven up the night and cater to kid’s inquisitiveness, creativity, and thirst for new adventures.

This program takes little ones from ages 4-8 on an adventure, from the moment they check in at our hotel.

Check-in Experience

Separate Check-in Counter
Coloring book and stamp card
Welcome amenities: A set of special menus (such as chocolate and healthy vegetable bar)

Camping Amenities

Camping tent
A special tote 
A set of bathrobes and slippers
Leo The Lion Plush Toy
Leo The Lion Luggage Tag
‘Do Not Disturb (Shhhhh…)’ card

A Kids Pool Bag 

Kid’s shampoo
Kid’s body wash
Kid’s body lotion 
A rubber duck toy

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