Dramatic arrival

Guests are transported to the 70th floor Restaurant by express elevator.
Midnight blue walls, feature marble floor with bronze accents, alabaster floor lamps and a large decorative parchment screen (a nod to traditional Chinese design), create a dramatic arrival.

Beauty of semi-precious stones

Raffles roof club Shenzhen features nine private dining rooms. Each room has a unique design scheme that was inspired by the beauty of semi-precious stones such as: sapphire, jade, and topaz.

Intricately carved cove ceilings, gently illuminated from below, add a touch of timeless elegance.

Expansive ethereal artwork

An expansive ethereal artwork forms the backdrop to the pre-function area. This is accentuated with the gilded lines of the ceiling that conjure the essence of a musical score introducing the Concert Hall beyond

The long bar

The moon goddess Ch'ang O remains a cherished celebration in Chinese culture, and this very mythos serves as the inspiration for The Long Bar.

Walls feature moon gold leaf, intricately embellished with hand-painted constellations. The delicate contrast between softly burnished metals and deep ink black lacquer plays a visual symphony.

A uniquely crafted liquid gold bar becomes the striking focal point of the space.

A mezzanine gallery bar overlooks the long bar with premier views over the city boasting several private lounges with rich and indulgent interiors.