Located in China’s southwest region and pressed up against the Tibetan plateau, Yunnan province was once crisscrossed by the Tea Horse Road, an ancient trade route used by locals for exchanging Yunnan’s precious tea for horses or medicines with people in Tibet.- Read more -
Luxury Hotels in China
China is big. It’s vast. But it’s beautiful, and a wonderful destination to explore. Other than its size, the other thing China is famous for is its delicious food. And until you’ve been to China to try it yourself, you cannot begin to experience how delicious this food is. An excursion to China isn’t complete without a trip to the world famous, can be seen from space, Great Wall – which in real life is amazingly dramatic. Despite knowing all this, people don’t generally consider China as a luxury holiday destination, but it definitely can be. As such a large place, it is full of diversity and rich culture meaning that across the country the destinations are extremely varied – but in a good way. Luxury hotels here come big and small, traditional and modern, so take your pick and travel to China.
Housing the largest private collection of Salvador Dali artworks outside of Europe, Hotel Eclat Beijing resembles the Louvre’s pyramid entrance. And now the luxury hotel has unveiled four individually designed grand deluxe lagoon suites.- Read more -
Yixing one of the most culturally significant cities in Chinese history, and famous for its long tradition of handmade zisha teapots, majestic bamboo forests and mysterious caves saw the opening of its first five-star hotel this year.- Read more -
At 2,400 metres above sea level on the Northwestern Yunnan Plateau lies the ancient capital of the Naxi Kingdom – Lijiang, one of the last places in China that an intrepid traveler may experience a historic culture harking back to the period of the Warring States.- Read more -