The Astor Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Tianjin
The Astor Hotel Tianjin overlooks the Hai River in the heart of the former British Concession. It was first built by British Methodist missionary John Innocent in 1863.
Throughout its proud history as a ‘Diplomatic Hotel’, The Astor Hotel, Tianjin has hosted many global leaders and landmark events. Several international treaties were signed here, and for a few years Dr Sun Yat Sen presided over China from The Astor Hotel. The last Emperor Pu Yi and Empress Wan Rong used to dance in the hotel ballroom. In 1957, then Premier Zhou En Lai met the visiting Polish Premier here.
The Astor Hotel Tianjin features 152 elegant rooms and suites in both classic Victorian style and more contemporary elegance. The Thames Room and 1863 The Dining Room are in the Astor wing, the main banquet room Buckingham Ballroom and multi-functional Windsor Room are in the eighth floor of Haihe wing, they are the perfect place to have banquets and weddings. Besides that, the spectacular Victorian Lounge with glass dome is an ideal venue for the afternoon tea. O'Hara's bar styled after an authentic British gentlemen’s club with Winchester sofas and an oversized bar counter, pours a large selection of beers, whiskeys and innovative cocktails, and serves up live music from Tuesday to Saturday. Over 700 square meters of space is dedicated to the hotel’s own museum, a testament to The Astor Hotel’s long heritage and pivotal role in Tianjin’s development.