Eco-luxury hotel chain Six Senses has opened up its first resort in China The Qing Cheng Mountain property, located an hour from Chengdu, Sichuan, offers visitors spectacular views of the Qing Cheng mountains, a UNESCO world heritage site at the start of the Silk Road.
Locavore eating is the focus of the cuisine here, with restaurant Farm2Fork doing exactly that – giving diners a taste of locally grown produce in its casual western and Chinese dishes. For a taste of real China, fiery Sichuan favourites are available at 28Zodiac, all made with fresh, quality ingredients. For health-conscious guests, the Farm2Straw smoothie bar blends seasonal Chinese fruit and herbs.
The signature Six Sense spa is 18,400 square feet, with waterfalls, bridges and garden views from all 10 treatment rooms. Beyond the spa treatments, it also offers yoga and tai chi.
The highlight of the hotel, however, is its spectacular surroundings, which are yours to explore via a selection of activities that really focus on health, wellbeing and adventure. From fruit-picking to a tour of the gardens; trips to areas of botanical or cultural interest; to full-on hiking adventures in and among the mountains, there’s something to nourish your mind, body or soul.
The Six Senses hotel group is known for its dedication to the environment and the local communities where its hotels are based. Even the airport transfers are carried out by Tesla cars, to ensure minimum negative impact on the environment.
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