Inspired by its colonial past and the cultural blend of East and West, the design of Conrad Tianjin revives the province's prosperity and glamour in the 1920's Jazz Age.
Surrounded by arabescus white marble walls and bronze trimmings, the lobby boasts a clean yet lavish interior decorated with crystal chandeliers, highlighted by a 12-metre ornate partition.
Each of the restaurant take inspiration from cultures of the nations that historically traded with China. At the all-day dining restaurant, Brasserie on G, deco aesthetics are mixed with European influence while Southeast Asian restaurant, Bam Bou is injected with tropical flair, evoking colors of forests.
“Weaving together the past and present, the contemporary design effortlessly blends nostalgic European sophistication and traditional Chinese chic, revitalising Art Deco decadence with opulence and grandeur.”