Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain


Overview

China’s luxury resort gateway to majestic mountains, Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain was built to complement the UNESCO World Heritage & Natural Cultural Site nearby, Dujiangyan. Guests are treated to incredibly spacious suites with a private balcony or verandah, decked out in Chinese-inspired antique style. In keeping with the Six Senses commitment to responsible luxury, the resort blends regional architecture and landscaping with a contemporary attitude. The Six Senses Spa draws upon treatments from around the world with a focus on the purity of Taoism. The Thai Herbal Massage, Bamboo Massage and Tai Chi lessons are guest favorites. Three restaurants feature local specialties, as well as international flavors – Farm2Fork, in particular, uses vegetables and herbs from the resort’s own organic garden. There is also a classic tea house plus a snacks and dessert house, the later a favorite of families. Guest Experience Makers are on hand to curate immersive, local encounters, whether it’s a visit with the local Giant Pandas or a private family picnic.

Accommodations

Chinese inspired contemporary furniture and finishes are hewn from sustainable timber from a palette of natural taupe tones. With exposed beams and finely planked walls, rattan light fittings and accents, a calmative symphony of lightness and space has been created. Drawing upon the village theme, accommodations
provide great flexibility for couples and families.

There are 121 Suites including 78 speciality Six Senses Suites offering a generous footprint of 850 square feet plus stunning views with balconies and verandas. At 1,130 square feet are the 24 Courtyard Suites and the nine (9) Two- Bedroom Courtyard Villas each an expansive 2,282 square feet offer great flexibility for family and friends. For the ultimate lifestyle accommodations, five (5) Two-Bedroom Deluxe Courtyard Villas and five (5) Two-Bedroom Courtyard Pool Villas, each feature more than 3,552 square feet of personal space.

Amenities

• Spacious suites with balcony or verandah
• 40-inch flat-panel TV with satellite channels
• Bathtub and separate rain shower
• Smartphone apps to control air conditioning, lighting and TV
• Swimming pool with poolside service
• Six Senses Spa
• Six Senses Boutique
• Library with internet access, movies, music and books
• Guest Experience Maker
• Bicycles
• In-villa dining and in-villa BBQs
• Lounge bar
• Three restaurants
• Juice bar, tea lounge and Wok Mee Shack

Activities

• Panda viewing at Qing Cheng Mountain
• Visiting famous Dujiangyan Irrigation System, built in 256 BC
• Visiting local villages
• Cultural highlights of Chengdu
• Trekking on Black Mountain
• Exploring ancient town of Tai’An
• River rafting
• Sichuan cooking class
• Harvesting local fruit
• Giant Buddha of Leshan
• Nighttime photography tour of Dujiangyan’s famous Nan-Qiao Bridge
• Excursion to 2,000-year-old fortress in Taoping
• Trekking to Tianshi Cave, birthplace of Daoism

Six Senses Hotels and Resorts

Six Senses leads travelers to places where they can reconnect themselves in exotic destinations that breathe harmony and nature. The brand’s simple motto:  “We treat each other with respect and our guests with empathy because life is for living, love is for sharing and a smile is for everyone.”  The environment and wellness play a major role in the distinctive guest experiences. Guests are discovered stepping into a sapphire lagoon from an overwater bungalow, onto an island where only sea turtles have trod before, or saluting the sunrise in yoga and meditation cabanas looking out to the universe.  Intrepid travelers choose to launch off a mountain for a cinematic arrival via paraglide that is straight out of a movie set. The brand is focused on making guests feel their best selves so they can achieve the ultimate aim of a holiday: rejuvenation and relaxation. The groundbreaking Sleep With Six Senses program enhances sleep quality as a key component to wellness. The Eat With Six Senses stars food as a tool to boost health, vitality and mood.  Six Sense guests are invited to stay, play and create those perfect, positive moments that live in memory long after their visit.

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Location

NEAREST AIRPORT:
Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (CTU)

Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain is located at the gateway to the Qing Cheng Mountains near Dujiangyan, a UNESCO World Heritage & Natural Cultural Site. The resort is a 60-minute drive from Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport and 60 minutes by car or rail link from Chengdu City.

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