Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Banyan Tree Jiuzhaigou opens in China

The Banyan Tree Jiuzhaigou

Banyan Tree Jiuzhaigou, a hotel managed by Banyan Tree Hotels & Resorts, will officially open on 1 March 2017. At 2,500 metres above sea level, the 209-key mountain retreat within the Sichuan Province is a true sanctuary for the senses offering awe-inspiring 360 degree panoramic views of the surrounding mountain and valley landscape.

Jiuzhaigou is a world-renowned destination, surrounded by lush flora and fauna. Experience the captivating landscape that changes with the season: cherry blooms in the spring, sparkling mountainside lakes in the summer, red and yellow foliage in autumn and silvery snow in winter.

The region is best known for its blue, green and turquoise-coloured lakes, plunging waterfalls, colourful forests, snow-capped mountains and centuries-old Tibetan culture. Look forward to different experiences and spectacular views with every season.

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Banyan Tree Jiuzhaigou has curated a list of activities for a memorable and authentic stay experience.

Couples can take a romantic stroll through the orchards in a nearby village, and enjoy the tranquil atmosphere while picking fresh fruits. They can also watch the Romantic Show of Jiuzhaigou, a high-tech live action performance that showcases the ethnic culture and history of Tibetan and Qiang people. Or they can enjoy an intimate Destination Dining experience and be fully pampered at the award-winning Banyan Tree Spa.

Adventure enthusiasts can take a tour to Jiuzhaigou National Park and explore its ethereal landscape of clear pools, waterfalls, limestone terraces, and lush forests. Immerse in the stunning scenery at the Fairy Pool in Jiuzhaigou National Park, an unspoiled landscape less travelled or take a road trip to the Zoige Grassland, with its unrivalled panoramic views of the rolling emerald plains and snow covered mountains.

Golf lovers can visit the neighbouring Jiuzhai Yunling Golf Club. With its deep valleys to its south and high mountains to its north, it is a rare plateau in the high mountain region. Designed by Mark Hollinger, Partner at JMP Golf Design Group in the United States, the stunning golf course spans an area of more than 115 acres of forest, with 11.5 acres of highland lake and 1.6 acres of alpine lake. The course utilises natural valleys, forests, waterfalls, and lakes to create one of the most beautiful 18-hole golf course in China.

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