Location: Not too far, but not too close, this resort is an hour’s drive from Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport, and 30 minutes from Chengdu city. The natural surroundings allow guests to forget the busy outside world, without being located so far as to prevent guest from reaching their destinations quickly.
History: Opening in 2014, the resort incorporates the local style, historical elements, and landscape without imposing on the natural atmosphere.
Service: The Six Senses is renowned for its personal style of responsible luxury. Whenever guests stay at the luxury resort, they are experiencing a unique accommodation within the local culture.
Nestled in the stunning gateway to the magical Qing Cheng Mountains, the Six Senses Qing Cheng is a beautiful addition to the natural area. Always mindful and respectful of local culture, the Six Senses has incorporated the magnificent UNESCO World Heritage Site located nearby - Dujiangyan. The stunning city serves as irrigation to the whole of Chengdu as well as being an ancient architectural wonder. The hotel is designed to incorporate the natural surroundings as well as the region’s traditional architecture. This luxurious abode the perfect spot from which to explore the majestic natural beauty of the Qing Cheng Mountains without feeling as though guests are roughing it. With plush, high-thread count linens and spacious rooms, guests will enjoy luxury exceeding their expectations. The modern decor takes the local flavor into account, creating a classic elegance. While set in a naturally beautiful area, the hotel does nothing but complement its lush surroundings with traditional red-arched Chinese architecture and clean, simple interiors. The manicured gardens stay true to the area’s style with several pergolas and ponds adding to the natural beauty. The luxurious dining services are able to meet private dining as well as special occasion’s needs. Choose from a full service dining experience or enjoy the intimate tea room. There’s an onsite spa for convenient, world-class pampering.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
With Remote Lands you'll travel with people who have made Asia the solitary focus of their own lifelong adventure. As our guest, in the continent that our north American founders Catherine and Jay have adored and explored for decades, you'll discover Asia on a journey that is completely, authentically your own, adapted from our own remarkable experiences and adventures over the years.
Chinese-inspired contemporary furniture and decor adorn the modern rooms ranging in different shades of taupe. The finishes are all created from sustainable timber. There are 111 different suites, many of which feature private balconies and verandahs.
With immaculate facilities available for guest use, guests may never have a reason to leave the hotel. Guests can choose from world-class treatment at the on-site spa or take a cooling dip in the pool regardless of the weather or season outside. There are also meeting facilities available for those traveling for business purposes.
The Six Senses provides guests with delicious international and local Chinese cuisine. The restaurant offers dishes from all over the world with regional favorites cooked by expert local chefs. The Six Senses commits to using responsible ingredients, with produce from both the local community and an on-site organic garden.
The large rooms are spacious to accommodate guests enjoying a meal in the comfort of their own room. During the warmer months guests can enjoy exquisite eats on private balconies and verandahs to enjoy the breathtaking scenery simultaneously. Private dining is available 24-hours.
Guests choose from an impressive selection of tea at the Tea Lounge, with knowledgeable hosts to help guide their choices. The Deli offers a wide array of food specialties to accompany the local beverage.
This casual all-day restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner for guest’s convenience. The restaurant features both buffet and à la carte-style options. Enjoy a favorite from home or sample a new local delight. There’s an adjoining show kitchen for those interested in learning how to prepare Chinese and Asian specialties themselves.
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