Travel to the world’s third largest country is a lifetime experience and the only way to appreciate what it is to live in a nation with a population of 1.2 billion. China is changing and progressing every day and yet it is still a developing country. One can find spectacular architecture and towering skylines in Shanghai and Beijing but, the visitor can also travel to remote areas to see how life hasn’t changed a great deal for some Chinese people on the remote hillsides and deserts.
China is forever linked to its ancient civilization, friendly people, and many of the world’s most revered treasures, such as The Great Wall, Terra-Cotta Warriors & Horses and the Yangtze River. China is…picturesque scenery, centuries-old history, hospitable people, mysterious culture and delicate cuisine.
Combining the history and culture of the celebrated Shanghai Bund with a taste for 21st century sophistication, Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund offers a heritage ambience, legendary service and timeless amenities to make your stay truly memorable and...read more
Situated in the heart of Chengdu, home to a beautifully restored hundred-year-old Chinese courtyard building is The Temple House, offering 100 guest rooms and 42 adjoining serviced apartments known as Residences. It embraces the historic Daci Temple that...read more
Leave the world behind, distance yourself from worldly concerns and discover The Ritz-Carlton, Sanya, a hotel where majestic mountains share the landscape with miles of secluded beaches, rainforests and the pristine South China Sea. Located in the most...read more
Embark on a journey of worldly proportions – next stop, the Chaoyang District in Beijing – the vibrant, cultural, educational and political capital of mainland China. The Ritz-Carlton, Beijing is the ultimate luxury destination for travellers to enjoy the...read more
The Peninsula Beijing is recognised as one of the finest hotels in China's capital. Following a US$35 million renovation programme, The Peninsula Beijing is now completely renovated and upgraded, with re-designed features and facilities. Originally opened...read more
The Opposite House is an intriguing urban hotel designed by eminent Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma. Its contemporary style and abundant space perfectly complement the refreshing, individual service. All of which go towards making this hotel a relaxing...read more
Located at the picturesque gateway to the majestic Qing Cheng Mountains, Six Senses Qing Cheng has been created to complement the UNESCO World Heritage & Natural Cultural site nearby Dujiangyan. Drawing upon the renowned Six Senses perspective of...read more
On the southern tip of Hainan, China’s only tropical island, Mandarin Oriental, Sanya is unrivalled in its luxury and refined elegance. Enjoying the seclusion of a 1.2 km nationally protected coral bay and nestled amongst lush tropical blooms, the resort...read more
A picturesque peninsula on the southern tip of Hainan Island juts out into the warm, azure waters of Sanya Bay. This is China’s premier beach destination, where it’s sunny for 300 days a year and where you’ll find Banyan Tree Sanya. Elegance and ambience...read more
Behind every myth is at least a grain of truth — a comforting thought for someone in search of James Hilton's evasive Shangri-La. In his acclaimed novel "Lost Horizon" Hilton masterfully describes a distant and secluded hideaway of great beauty and...read more
The pulse radiating from Lijiang, Yunnan resonates a symphony full of soul, peace and ethnic harmony. To the north of this beautiful city rises the majestic Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, a sacred sanctuary which has protected the ethnic minorities and their...read more
Discover priceless tranquility in Banyan Tree Hangzhou. Let the splendour of nature and centuries old cultural legacy enthrall you. Enveloped in lush greenery and calm waters, Banyan Tree Hangzhou sits within China’s first wetland reserve, the Xixi...read more
Hidden in a picturesque valley, Amanfayun enjoys a serene setting surrounded by tea fields, natural forest, quaint villages and a pilgrimage circuit of five significant Buddhist temples. Designed in the spirit of a traditional Chinese village, the property...read more
Inhabiting a series of historic dwellings just steps from one of China’s most iconic sites is Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing. A sanctuary of peace where a sense of balance and tranquility pervades throughout, Aman at Summer Palace, opens its doors to...read more