The Azure Qiantang, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Hangzhou

Overflowing with natural treasures and over 2,000 years of history, Hangzhou offers endless inspiration and The Azure Qiantang offers a gracious home from which to explore.


  • Complimentary Breakfast Daily for two people
  • Early Check-in/Late Check-out, based on availability
  • Priority for Complimentary Room Upgrade, based on availability upon arrival
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi, daily
  • $100 USD Hotel Credit
  • On Property Welcome, In-person warm welcome from hotel management
  • Personalized note from General Manager
  • Welcome Amenity

Hotel offers are based on double occupancy and require advanced reservations. Room upgrades, Early Check-in/Late Check-out and other amenities are based on availability and are subject to availability. Additional terms and conditions may apply and are subject to change without notice.

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Situated in the heart of the Central Business District, on the banks of the Qiantang River, it provides convenient access to the airport, train station, and indelible sights.

An exquisite tableau of Eastern and Western elegance, The Azure Qiantang’s rooms provide guests with memorable garden or Qiantang River views through floor-to-ceiling windows and gracious interiors that include an elegant entrance with marble floors. Designed with their singular surroundings in mind, the rooms also present locally inspired Chinese paintings and a soothing blue palette that evokes the hotel’s iconic riverside location and extends from the carpet to the furnishings. A work desk and high-speed Internet access enable out-of-the-office productivity. In the marble bathroom, the polished ambience extends to include a rainforest shower, separate bathtub, supplementary television, and Remède bath amenities.

Lan Ting combines authentic Hangzhou cuisine with city or Qiantang River views and a water theme, highlighting the city’s five predominate waterways: its Qiantang River, Canal, East China Sea, West Lake, and night creeks. Spread across two floors, the restaurant introduces a tea bar, main dining room with marble tables and floors, each of which features unmatched panoramas, most with stunning natural light. This iconic backdrop complements a locally inspired menu featuring regional specialties – such as Qian Dao lake fish head, eel, and cod fish soup – prepared with fresh, seasonal ingredients.