Close to two of China’s UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Award-winning spa based on holistic Tao therapies
Flexible suite-based accommodation
The vast province of Sichuan has a diverse and varied climate. The eastern lowlands of the Sichuan Basin have a tropical monsoon climate, characterised by humidity and fog. Winters are mild, summers are scorching, autumn is wet, and spring is dry and pleasant. The cities of Chengdu is famed for its fog, with the weather often likened to a damp day in London. The mountainous gorges and forested plains along the Yangtze River make autumn and spring the prime time for a Yangtze Cruise, with clear skies and pleasant temperatures making ideal sightseeing weather. Winter can be spectacular, despite the cold, when the water level is lower in the Three Gorges and the soaring cliffs even more dramatic.
Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain is a peaceful resort at the foot of the Qing Cheng Mountains well-located for exploring UNESCO-listed Dujiangyan. Full of understated luxury, there is an award-winning spa, wide choice of restaurants and superb facilities.
Ideally located for exploring two of the region's World Heritage Sites, Six Senses Qing Cheng sits at the foot of the UNESCO-listed Qing Cheng Mountains and the Dujiangyan Irrigation Scheme dating back to 265 B.C. The eco-conscious resort has been designed to complement the surrounding landscape resembling a traditional Sichuan village with low rise buildings, sweeping Chinese roofs, bamboo and wood furnishings and modern amenities. The suites and villas are well-appointed, comfortable and spacious with a modern oriental décor. The resort is a 60-minute drive from Chengdu airport.
The accommodation is designed round the one-bedroom suite. For those requiring more space, a Multi-Room Villa comprises two adjoining suites, while the larger Presidential Villa includes four adjoining suites across two storeys. With high ceilings, soft hues and natural timbers, the suites have a tranquil ambience. The bedroom flows into the living area; private balconies and courtyards have daybeds for enjoying the wonderful mountain views; spacious bathrooms include a rain shower and bathtub with a garden view and the lighting, air-conditioning and television are controlled by a Smart Phone App. Amenities include flat-screen TV, Wi-Fi, safe and minibar.
Six Senses Qing Cheng has an organic garden and makes good use of the produce in its restaurants. For all-day informal dining head to Farm2Fork for both regional and international cuisine. Sala Thai serves classic Thai cuisine, while guests can enjoy private booth dining at 28Zodiac offering Sichuan specialities and Cantonese favourites. The space-themed Moon Bar mixes a great cocktail or head to The Square for dumplings and coffee.
Full of expert therapists, the award-winning spa specialises in the healing power of Taoism, with treatments that include cupping and acupuncture. There is a state-of-the-art gym with trainers on hand, both an indoor and outdoor swimming pool and a Kid’s Club for childcare.
Visit The Grand Buddha, the largest in the world and Mount Emei. Located in Leshan, south of Chengdu, The Grand Buddha measures 71m in height. From there, onto the sacred Buddhist Mount Emei, sacred to Buddhist people.
Six Senses Qing Cheng is located in outskirts of Chengdu nestled in the Qing Cheng Mountains.
Fly into Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport. From there Six Senses Qing Cheng is a 1-hour drive away.
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