Six Senses enters China with Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain

Six Senses announced its expansion in China, with the scheduled opening of the Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain on Aug. 1.

Located at the gateway to the country’s Qing Cheng mountains, Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain was created to complement the UNESCO World Heritage and Natural Cultural Site at nearby Dujiangyan. It was in this region, known as the homeland of the giant pandas, that the “Silk Road” began. The resort, which is situated to the west of the Sichuan Basin, is over an hour’s drive from the regional capital of Chengdu.

The 113 guest accommodations at Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain will range from semi-detached suites in duplex villas with balconies and verandas, to courtyard suites, garden and pool villas. Two-and four-bedroom villas will offer intimate seclusion, with indoor courtyard, whirlpool or pool, natural wood interiors, and outdoor settings. Complimentary WiFi will be offered, along with a smartphone app that allow guests to control air conditioning, television programming and lighting.

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Dining venues will include: Farm2Fork, an informal all-day dining restaurant; 28Zodiac; which will serve Sichuan specialties complemented with a selection of Cantonese, Jiangsu and Shandong favorites; and Sala Thai, which will be under the direction of a resident Thai chef, Sarunya Jampadee. Also available will be the Moon Bar, a lounge; Farm2Straw Smoothie Bar; and C+T Shack, which will have an alfresco setting.

There will be venues for small meetings and events.

Other amenities will include the 18,400 square feet Six Senses Spa, featuring waterfall and garden views from the 10 treatment rooms; and various outdoor activities.

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