August Celebration: Autumn Ritual in Tivoli Garden

By That's, August 21, 2023

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As early autumn sets in, the Tivoli Garden is adorned with the delicate hues of purple wisteria, capturing the attention of all. On the evening of August 18, 2023, the Tivoli Chengdu at Cultural Heritage Park, along with Oaks Chengdu at Cultural Heritage Park, hosted an "Autumn" themed appreciation dinner for their esteemed business travelers. This event aimed to convey the coolness and deliciousness of early autumn to all the guests.

Before the dinner commenced, the business travelers were invited to explore the distinctive guest rooms and garden restaurant areas of the hotel and serviced apartments. Presently, the hotel boasts a total of 398 rooms and suites, with the smallest rooms measuring 50 square meters. Among them, the Oaks apartments offer 197 leisurely and comfortable rooms, each featuring a well-equipped open kitchen, a bright and spacious living room, a walk-in closet, expansive floor-to-ceiling windows, and a shared laundry room.


Furthermore, the hotel and apartments share a restaurant and leisure spaces. The Café 1933, located on the third floor, presents an array of globally inspired cuisine, Asian flavors, and locally distinctive dishes that are both abundant and unforgettable. The Tihong Chinese Restaurant specializes in innovative Sichuan and classic Cantonese cuisine, adhering to a philosophy of natural nourishment, and introduces seasonal signature dishes that are perfect for business gatherings and friendly get-togethers. The Lobby Lounge on the second floor offers creative cultural beverages, original cocktails, whisky, wines, themed afternoon tea, and Chinese tea ceremonies, making it a top choice for business and social gatherings.


As an urban garden hotel, Tivoli offers a relaxing and comfortable recreational experience for weary business travelers at the nearby wellness center. The distinctive Anantara Spa allows guests to immerse themselves in tranquility, providing deep relaxation, revitalization, and body healing through the magical effects of Thai therapy. The Tivoli Gym features American fitness equipment, including treadmills, elliptical machines, multifunctional strength equipment, and a dedicated table tennis room. Additionally, the temperature-controlled swimming pool equipped with massage jets, a children's pool, Himalayan salt steam rooms, dry and wet saunas, offers a relaxing moment during the stay.


Apart from exploring the hotel and the outdoor lawn, guests can also wander through the Intangible Cultural Heritage Exhibition Center or the Intangible Cultural Heritage Conservation Center, experiencing the essence of Sichuan's intangible heritage and ethnic wisdom. You can also explore traditional Chinese herbal plants at the Starry Sky Greenway or engage in a workout at the Playparc Sports Park with your family and friends, or get up close with giraffes.


Themed around "Autumn," the business and travel dinner was creatively designed by the hotel's culinary team, presenting a meticulously crafted feast for guests, complemented by fine Portuguese wines. Together with the guests, the event explored the enchanting flavors born from each meticulously prepared dish. The exquisite offerings and professional banquet service on-site allowed the business travelers to fully immerse themselves in the luxurious experience of a Portuguese-style hotel and Tivoli's exclusive hospitality.


Tivoli Chengdu at Cultural Heritage Park and Oaks Chengdu at Cultural Heritage Park enjoy convenient transportation, located just 19 kilometers from Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, a mere 25-minute drive away. Seamlessly connected to Metro Line 4's Intangible Cultural Heritage Park Station, the hotel offers quick access to popular attractions such as Kuanzhai Alley, Du Fu Thatched Cottage, and Tianfu Square. It's situated only 300 meters from the entrance to the Fourth Ring Road's Guanghua Avenue, making it convenient to drive to renowned destinations like Dujiangyan, Qingcheng Mountain, and Mount Emei.


GHA is a collection of independent hotel brands with a unique multi-brand loyalty program called GHADISCOERY. GHA represents over 800 hotels from more than 40 brands in over 100 countries, serving over 20 million members. This means you can find a hotel to suit your every travel need, from iconic European palaces and Maldivian overwater villas for honeymoons and romantic getaways, to business-friendly hotels in major global hubs.

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