The Banyan Tree Yangshuo
Guilin and Yangshuo, China
Banyan Tree Resort, located just outside of Yangshuo is blessed with the spectacular backdrop of the limestone mountains and rivers. Styled as a picturesque river town, the hotel beautifully and sympathetically incorporates the region's natural beauty.
At a Glance
Most luxurious property in Yangshuo and Guilin area
Incredible location on the river and surrounded by the limestone karst
Huge numbers of activities on offer and the hotel has its own private pier on the river
Really beautiful design sympathetic to the area
Beautiful restaurants and gardens in which to relax and unwind
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 523 9000 to start planning your vacation to The Banyan Tree Yangshuo or take a look at our itineraries to Guilin and Yangshuo
Relax and enjoy the provincial charm of Fuli town. Set in a mysterious landscape of mountains, meandering rivers, karst towers and caves, the Banyan Tree Resort is a wonderful retreat and base from which to explore the wonders of Yangshuo.
The suites and villas are dotted throughout the hotel's spacious gardens with views over the river, the resort's own meandering lake and on to the lush mountains in the background. All of the rooms are beautifully decorated, taking inspiration from the magical surroundings.
Central to the experience at Banyan Tree Yangshuo is the feeling of being utterly pampered by fantastic facilities, delicious dining options and your stunning surrounds. There are two main restaurants offering a choice of international favorites and local Guangxi and Canton delicacies. Alongside these the Lobby Lounge and Pool Bar offer up a variety of light bites throughout the day.
For a chance to truly unwind there is a luxurious spa, fully equipped yoga studio and gym as well as a wonderful outdoor swimming pool that overlooks the Li River, providing the perfect spot to spend a relaxing afternoon.
Banyan Tree Resort Yangshuo offers a range of stunning mountain and river view suites as wells as one and two bedroom villas with equally spectacular views. The suites come complete with spacious balconies and villas have beautiful terraces that look out on to the Li River or a private garden. All rooms are accented by charming oriental touches.
Children are welcome at Banyan Tree Yangshuo and babysitting can be arranged but there are no specific specially designed facilities available.
There are two main restaurants at The Banyan Tree Yangshuo offering a wonderful choice of Guangxi and Canon recipes alongside international favorites. Ming Yue restaurant serves a mix of light bites and delicious local specialties throughout the day whilst Baiyuan provides beautifully crafted Guangxi and Canton recipes really highlighting the incredible flavors of the province. The Pool Bar and Lobby Lounge also offer great spots to relax and unwind or if you are looking for a unique and special experience indulge in the Banyan Tree's destination dining in some truly spectacular settings; perched on a cliff or onboard the resort's own bamboo raft on the Li River.
The Banyan Tree Yangshuo boasts a stunning outdoor pool overlooking the Li River alongside a beautiful spa with pampering treatments, large yoga studio and full equipped gym.
The area of Yangshuo is surrounded by stunning scenery and there are plenty of amazing adventures to be had in the surrounding area. The Banyan Tree has its own luxury river cruise available for guests to be taken straight from the hotel's pier. On top of this, they can offer plenty of hand crafted experiences from discovering local villages, kayaking along the Li River and fantastic experiences uncovering beautiful contemporary Chinese art in the area.
Location & Directions
Guilin and Yangshuo, China
Located in the stunning Yangshuo landscape of mist shrouded limestone shards, winding rivers and rich green rice fields, the Banyan Tree Yangshuo is a stunning resort that truly does justice to the spectacular backdrop.
When to go
The best time to visit Guilin is between October and December. March to May is also a good time to visit, but there are occasional showers. January and February is generally damp and drizzly, whilst in June to September is it hot and humid with possible heavy rains.