Guangzhou City Break with the Marriot Hotel

By Sponsored, September 30, 2022

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Rising COVID-19 cases, a sea of people, packed trains and overcrowded tourist attractions. The reasons not to travel during the National Holiday are plenty. However, staying in your home city can also be a bit of a bore. 

However, the Marriot Hotel has a plethora of activities that will keep you entertained during the entire holiday without the hassle of traveling long distances during one of the busiest times of the year. 

Opting for a hotel stay in Guangzhou is a great way to enjoy the thriving commercial hub of Tianhe, with many local attractions right on your doorstep.

The Marriot Hotel is located nearby the Tiyu Sports Center and Grandview Mall. Why not spend an afternoon shopping at the luxury stores and swing by the aquarium, which is conveniently located in the mall?


The aquarium has a host of sea creatures taken out of their natural environment and placed in water tanks for you to gaze at all day long. You can even feed sea turtles and stroke stingrays!

If you don’t fancy venturing outside, the Marriot has more than enough activities for you to enjoy in the hotel. 


In collaboration with TUTULAND, Guangzhou Marriott Hotel Tianhe presents a unique and trendy tufting experience with sophisticated English afternoon tea at The Lounge. 

From September 18 to October 7, guests can enjoy signature desserts and a savory set menu while tufting up their fancy ideas with a tufting gun and colorful wool. 


After your tufting experience, head back to your room and enjoy a fantastic view of the central business district before heading down for a buffet BBQ dinner. 

If BBQ isn’t your thing, the buffet has a range of classics from seafood to Sichuan cuisine and from sweet deserts to savory snacks. 

Before checking out, be sure to head up to ManHo restaurant for an authentic brunch of Cantonese cuisine, including dim sum, roasted goose and more!



The Marriot Hotel can provide a perfect city break during the Nationla Holiday for you and your family. 

For the tufting experience, pre-booking is required at least one day in advance. For reservations, please call +86-20-6108 8992.

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