Four Seasons is building an ultra-exclusive resort on a private island that will be connected by a private bridge in the Chinese city of Suzhou.

While luxe buildings are more a New York or Dubai thing, China isn’t one to lag behind. The country is all set to get a luxury island retreat courtesy Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts and Sub Hung Kai Properties. Together, the two marquees are set to open the uber-chic resort in Suzhou. The Four Seasons Hotel Suzhou will boast 22 acres of a private island surrounded by the landmark Jinji Lake. It will further feature 200 well-appointed rooms, suites, and oversized private villas in terms of accommodation.

Other sought-after amenities include a tranquil spa, a fully equipped gym, a lakeside jogging track, lush grounds and gardens, indoor and outdoor pools, and a fully supervised ‘Kids for All Seasons’ facility for children along with a special venue for pet dogs. Guests will be able to dine at the hotel’s premier Chinese restaurant and enjoy a wide selection of international cuisine. The retreat also has easy access to Suzhou Industrial Park and boasts a grand ballroom, a multi-function room, and several meeting rooms for corporate conferences.

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Commenting on it, Albert Lau, Executive Director of Sun Hung Kai Properties (China) Limited said, “SHKP has always been committed to developing premium quality projects. Our upcoming Four Seasons Suzhou will be one of the most inspiring luxury hotels in Suzhou and the greater Yangtze River Delta region, renewing a sense of glamour to this culturally rich destination, and providing an ideal choice for business executives, family holidaymakers, and cultural travelers interested in exploring the dynastic history and the area’s artistic heritage.”

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The Four Seasons Suzhou will be just half an hour by train or an hour by car from Shanghai and promises a delightful experience.

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