Inspired Architecture Atop an extraordinarily distinctive building, The St. Regis Tianjin rises 18 stories above the graceful Hai River.

Dazzling Spaces Gold-colored glass pillars and a stunning ceiling
leaf motif characterize the stunning Diamond

Distinguished Elegance Restaurants and lounges, including The St. Regis Bar, will please the most discerning connoisseur.

Epicurean Experiences Authentic Cantonese cuisine is uniquely reimagined
at Yan Ting Restaurant.

Reflective Retreat An indoor swimming pool is inspired by Art Deco
and Art Nouveau designs.

City of Bridges Leading to Century Clock, Tianjin’s Liberation Bridge is one of 24 bridges that span the Haihe River.

Premier Comfort Guest rooms and suites offer uncompromising comfort and unique perspectives of the city, complemented by bespoke design touches.

Gilded Edges Classical details lend an old-world charm to Tianjin's striking modern cityscape.

Innovative Design The Lobby of The St. Regis Tianjin combines subtle sophistication with exceptional service for the global traveler.

Authentic Ambiance Known as “Ancient Culture Street,” this historic route is lined with artist studios and traditional boutiques.

Timeless Tradition Enjoy light fare as well as unique cocktail creations at The St. Regis Bar in an elegant and intimate atmosphere.

Tianjin offers an alluring and vigorous industrial and economic epicenter with historical charms and cultural pursuits. Rare collections of traditional Chinese jade ware and ceramics are displayed at The Tianjin Museum while a burgeoning contemporary art scene is centered around the No. 6 Art Zone. The district's former industrial spaces like the Huitai Art Center, once a royal British Warehouse, host exhibition openings and art events. Peking opera, a treasured Chinese art form that originated in the Qing Dynasty court, continues to delight at venues like the Tianjin Peking Opera Theater, while celebrated orchestras from around the world perform at the Tianjin Concert Hall.

One of the city’s most distinctive characteristics is its architectural landscape. Riverfront skyscrapers like the extraordinary 18-story hollow cube, which houses The St. Regis Tianjin, contrast with the Italianate villas, French Belle Époque mansions and traditional Japanese buildings of Tianjin’s foreign concession districts. Established in the 19th century, when Tianjin opened to foreign trade, these districts form an exposition of international architecture. Over a century after Tianjin opened to the rest of the world, the city has become a haven for contemporary industry and creativity.

An invigorating destination where supercomputer manufacturers and aerospace engineers reside among venture capital firms and animation studios, Tianjin is one of China’s most rapidly developing cities. As host to “Summer Davos,” The World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions, the city plays an integral role in driving the future of the global economy. Combining ancient culture with contemporary relevance, the potential of this thriving metropolis is limitless.

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158 Zhangzizhong Road
Heping District
Tianjin, 300041


Phone: +86 22 5830 9999
Fax: +86 22 5830 9935
Email St. Regis eButler