Park Hyatt Guangzhou and the contemporary paper artist Ms. Jackie Wen will collaborate to create for our distinguished guests an ARTernoon Tea feast from March 1 to 31, 2017, explore the unique art of paper and stimulate the senses.

The afternoon tea will showcase Park Hyatt’s exquisite five-layer tower of snacks and desserts, in combination with Jackie’s creative paper art and style. The exquisite ARTernoon Tea is priced at CNY 468 per set with tea or coffee and advance reservations are required. The price is subject to a 15% charge that includes service charge and tax.

The paper is made from bamboo and wood, which are created by Mother Nature, and inspired Jackie to transform it into paper art. While guests enjoy Jackie’s paper artworks over carefully crafted gourmet appetizers, a wonderful, relaxing dining atmosphere is experienced. Guests can watch our master pastry chefs combining art and cuisine into the “Go with the Flow” ARTernoon Tea set, creating colorful edible creations.

With its floor-to-ceiling windows, Living Room, located on the 65th floor of Park Hyatt Guangzhou, has become a popular spot to view the city’s panoramic skyline and Canton Tower, while enjoying a lavish art high tea set. The Living Room has been designed to evoke the main reception space of an elegant Chinese mansion. Lined in a cozy combination of exposed brick and lattice-wood panels, you can treat yourself to the fantastic ARTernoon Tea or offer it as a gift to friends and loved ones.

About Jackie Wen

Jackie Wen was born in Guangzhou and part of the post-80s generation, she is familiar with the different qualities and purposes of paper and is good at making ordinary things extraordinary. Jackie has held more than ten paper art exhibitions in cities such as Guangzhou, Shanghai, Beijing and Chengdu since October 2013. Her paper art and creation embraces an elegant and exquisite style.