Spectacularly located, China’s first Six Senses hotel provides the ideal base from which to discover the natural, historical and cultural wonders of the neighbouring Qingcheng Mountains.
Inspired by local architecture, the resort itself resembles a traditional Sichuan village and sits harmoniously with the lush landscape. All suites and villas feature airy, cream coloured interiors and exposed wooden beams, and come with either a private balcony or courtyard. The spa is an unsurprising highlight, offering both signature Six Senses treatments as well as those inspired by the area.
Guests can lose themselves amidst the region’s most spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Sites, from the majestic Qingcheng Mountain (birthplace of Taoism and replete with ancient temples) to the Dujiangyan, an ancient irrigation system dating back to 256 BC. The Chengdu Panda Base is also within reach, whilst the surrounding mountains are home to picturesque hiking trails and small, atmospheric towns. Without leaving the grounds of the hotel you’ll be able to enjoy wine tastings, tai chi classes and lessons in Sichuan cuisine.
Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, at a glance
- Luxury resort within five minutes of the misty Qingcheng Mountains
- Modern design incorporating regional architecture and landscaping
- 102 suites and 11 villas in total
- Chic interiors with wooden beams
- Private balconies or courtyards
- Three restaurants offering local and regional specialties alongside international cuisine
- Two bars, a classic tea house and a snack and desert house
- Family friendly resort with a variety of activities catered towards all ages
For leisure and pleasure
- Six Senses Spa, fitness centre and swimming pool
- On-site cooking classes and wine tastings
- Meet giant pandas at the Chengdu Research Base of Giant Panda Breeding
- Night time photography tour through Dujiangyan
- Excursion to the 2,000-year-old fortress in Taoping
- Hiking in the picturesque Qingcheng Mountains
- Visit the famous Dujiangyan Irrigation System
- Excursion to the Giant Buddha of Leshan, the world’s tallest sitting Buddha statue
- Take a cultural tour of Chengdu for a deeper insight into the age-old traditions and history of the region