Rising 430 meters above the ground and framed by floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the bustling city by day and vibrant lights by night, Decanter offers an extensive wine selection in a contemporary, tactile environment.
Its elegant polished dark-wood bar harmonizes with refined taupe and bronze hues, complementary stools, and a dramatic oversized lamp. A captivating glass staircase dominates the center of the room. Further, the light-filled space houses a communal table for larger groups and armchairs combine with low tables to form more intimate groupings.
Meanwhile, a tasting room is available for private gatherings and oenology aficionados, who meet to sample the lounge’s 200-variety collection of prestigious and recognized vintages, which are stored in a decorative cellar. For groups of four to eight, the lounge also offers four semi-private dining spaces.
Elegantly appointed and ideal for intimate soirees, Tian Gong presents a rare, bespoke dining experience. Instead of a shared dining room, it offers five private rooms, each accommodating six to 12 guests.
Along with a personal pantry, washroom, small seating area, and 46-inch LCD television, each dining room features traditional Chinese-style décor, incorporating royal wood, turquoise walls, sophisticated chandeliers, and carved ceilings. These compelling environs reflect the menu's authentic Cantonese delicacies, which are prepared by the restaurant’s Executive Chinese Chef, who is happy to consult with hosts to create a custom meal featuring his signature dishes: abalone, shark fin, and bird’s nest, amongst others.
Please note that reservations are required and should be made a minimum of one day in advance. As Tian Gong is a privately owned facility, guests may not charge the meal to their guest rooms.
An inviting modern ambiance defined by clean lines and a warm taupe palette—extending from the fawn-colored marble floors to the beige semi circle- and square-shaped chairs—defines the light-filled Social dining room. Harmonious brushed metal wall paneling, along with Italian bronze mosaic patterned glass tiles and artistic wall accents, add to the engaging scene, which is illuminated by recessed ceiling lighting and floor-to-ceiling windows with memorable city views.
The open kitchen brings the excitement of cooking out from behind the scenes, inviting guests to observe celebrated chefs in action as they create succulent dishes, including renowned seafood offerings and our signature international buffet.
A contemporary take on Venetian-inspired décor greets guests at Elba, where metallic silver and grey mosaic tiles line the entrance, a shelf displays a preview of fine wines, and unexpected accents hint at the restaurant’s avant-garde style.
Moving into the dining room, natural light streaming in through floor-to-ceiling windows and sleek, crystal column chandeliers illuminate modern, face-shaped white chairs and an eclectic, complementary array of regal gold, eggplant, and sienna armchairs, which are joined by sleek modern black tables. Plush black area rugs top smooth charcoal-colored marble floors, which, together with a backdrop of neutral hues and metallic accents, highlight an open kitchen as well as wall mosaics featuring colorful Venetian masks and playing cards.
Complete with a pizza oven, the kitchen reveals the restaurant’s expert chefs preparing legendary Italian favorites and modern interpretations, including homemade pastas, antipasti, and pizza, which are perfectly paired with the restaurant’s large selection of wines by the glass, premier vintages, and grappas.
For an even more intimate experience, the restaurant offers a private dining room. Seating up to 18 guests, it is situated on an indoor balcony and features a private pantry, washroom, and sitting area. Two additional half-private dining spaces can seat between two and eight guests each.
MALT Oyster and Sushi Bar is nestled within Decanter at the top of our 430-meter building. An impressive range of fresh imported oysters, sashimi, and sushi is paired with fine wines from around the world.
Nestled on the hotel’s 96th floor, The Drawing Room and St. Regis Bar present a contemporary, locally influenced interpretation of a traditional lounge.
Rich royal blue curtains line the corridor, interspersed among the hotel’s steel framework and soaring windows with panoramic city views, serving as a prelude to the lounge’s overall color scheme, featuring royal blue, purple, and bronze. Throughout the space, gold abstract artwork pairs with Italian bronze mosaic-patterned glass tiles to impart an intrigue that continues at the St. Regis Bar, where a collage of historical city photos back the bar and grand piano.
In the open Drawing Room space, intimate seating invites guests to enjoy our signature High Tea. A St. Regis tradition that began with the very first St. Regis in New York City, in Shenzhen it features over 40 varieties of tea along with personalized, seductive savory bites and classical music.
Situated within the larger Drawing Room, the St. Regis Bar benefits from the lounge’s surroundings while serving up a menu of savory snacks and live entertainment. Accompanying beverages include an array of exclusive wines and a celebrated single malt whiskey selection, in addition to signature cocktails such as the Yan Mary, the hotel’s tempting interpretation of the world-famous St. Regis Bloody Mary.