Design concept: Cordis Hangzhou Sci-Tech City

by | 01 Jul 2022 | Design

Image by © Derryck Menere Photography.

This week’s TOPHOTELDESIGN focus looks at China’s Cordis Hangzhou Sci-Tech City, which completed construction in 2020.

Hong Kong’s HBA designed the hotel’s interiors with the business and leisure traveller in mind.

High tech meets luxury

Located in the heart of the high technological and integrated complex, Hangzhou Future Sci -Tech City, Cordis Hangzhou is a contemporary, approachable luxury hotel.

The site features 186 rooms and suites ranging from 36 to 190 sqm in size, three restaurants and bar, a 24 hour well-equipped gym and a diverse range of flexible meeting and event spaces suitable for all events.

The hotel’s design, developed by architect PH Alpha Design – Shenzen, is inspired by the nearby West Lake natural landscape, and complemented by elegant, contemporary interiors.

Artworks are also prominently showcased at the hotel. Guests are welcomed by ‘Hangzhou Dream’ artwork in the lobby, depicting a fan opened by a scholar who sings lyrically and recites poetry, praising the scenery of Hangzhou’s 10 scenic spots. Other featured artworks include Chinese ink painting, blue and white porcelain or works reflecting boating on West Lake and other elements in Hangzhou.

Stylish and contemporary

The 190 sq m Presidential suite is luxuriously appointed with a spacious living room, an exclusive dining area, a private kitchen and an expansive bedroom.

There are also other multiple room categories: Superior Room, Deluxe Room, One-Bedroom Suite and Premier Suite. All rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows showcasing the spectacular view of the city and feature Cordis’s signature Dream Bed.

The property showcases two signature restaurants and a bar, with flagship Chinese restaurant, Ming Court, boasting sophisticated interiors and seven private dining rooms.

Cordis Market is an all-day dining restaurant which offers a customised, cook-to-order interactive buffet experience, while The Bar offers a diverse range of curated fine wines, vintage whiskeys and innovative cocktails.

Traditional wellness

The hotel offers a variety of recreational options, including a heated 25 metres by 8 metres indoor swimming pool, as well as a 24-hour gym outfitted with the latest equipment.

The group’s signature wellness brand, Chuan Spa, provides a pampering and relaxing haven for guests. Three luxurious private treatment rooms and one foot massage room offering beauty and wellness treatments inspired by traditional Chinese medicine which Chuan Spa is renowned for.

The hotel has six meeting venues, a 600 sq m pillar-less ballroom and a business centre, which can be used for intimate weddings, meetings and special events. The 6 m-high ballroom can accommodate up to 300 guests and is equipped with a 3.6 m by 6.6 m LED screen. It can also be flexibly divided into three individual meeting rooms. The other four meeting rooms feature plenty of natural lighting and an unobstructed city view.

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