Anantara opens third resort in China

Anantara Hotels, Resorts & Spas opened its third resort in China. Located at the foot of Mount Emei in the Sichuan Province, the Anantara Emei Resort & Spa is the first luxury international hotel in this corner of southwest China.

With a name that means “lofty,” Mount Emei is the highest of China’s four sacred Buddhist mountains and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Anantara Emei holds 90 guestrooms, 40 pavilions and 20 villas, all with an Asian-inspired design and garden or lake views. Villas are also available with a private pavilion, along with a Jacuzzi bath or swimming pool.

Dining options include Jinyi and Cultivar, an all-day dining restaurant serving Chinese and European cuisines; as well as the lobby lounge, Xueji and Yunshang Wine Cellar.

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Additional amenities include a tropical outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, a fitness center, table tennis, outdoor tennis courts and the Anantara Spa.

The resort also offers 10 meeting and event venues, including a ballroom, boardroom and four private Mahjong rooms.

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