Park Hyatt Ningbo Resort and Spa opens

 Located in the eastern province of Zhejiang, Park Hyatt Ningbo Resort and Spa has opened as a retreat set on the banks of Dong Qian Lake.  The property is the first Park Hyatt-branded resort in China

The lakeside resort features 236 guestrooms, including 17 suites and 10 freestanding villas. All guestrooms have a double daybed next to a picture window, and an oversized bathroom with a bathtub, vanity area, rain shower, and dressing room.

Designed in the style of a traditional Chinese water village, the low-level, standalone villas have plastered exteriors and tiled, gabled roofs. They also feature open courtyards, sky wells, and ponds to echo Chinese architectural principles.

For dining, Park Hyatt Ningbo Resort and Spa features Seafood House, the resort’s signature restaurant; and Dining Room, a residential-style restaurant serving Western and Chinese food; and Tea House, located in a former ancestral family mansion, offering authentic Chinese tea experience.

The property also has a heated indoor pool, a gym, reflexology facilities, steam rooms, saunas, whirlpool baths, and an 85-foot outdoor infinity pool with lake views. Similarly available is the Yue Hu Spa.

Park Hyatt Ningbo Resort and Spa offers a total of 14,122 square feet of event venues, including The Ballroom, a pillar-less event space able to accommodate up to 400 people. The Salon and The Pavilion are available for exclusive events.

Suggested Articles

The combined company, which will retain the Caesars name, will comprise 60 properties and more than 50,000 guestrooms.

Ahead of the Annual Hotel Conference, Simon French, chief economist at U.K. merchant bank Panmure Gordon, talked Brexit and the U.K.'s future.

Targeting millennials, the property uses both self-serve technology and a dedicated hub with co-working spaces, dining and entertainment.