Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain

Location: Xi'an, Sichuan & Central China | China

Price guide: £££££ £100-£200 per person per night

With the enthralling Qing Cheng mountains as a backdrop, the 256 BC Dujiangyan water irrigation system on its doorstep and pandas just minutes away, the Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain is a winner when it comes to nature and wildlife. With a landscape that looks like it’s come straight out of a postcard, amazing service and a multi-award-winning Taoist spa, it is one of our favourite properties in Chengdu's countryside.
Perfect forAnyone who wants to reconnect with nature at the heart of one of Chengdu’s most spectacular landscape
In the know
  • Six Senses Qing Cheng is in a prime location by the mountains of the same name and the Dujiangyan water irrigation system from the 3rd century BC
  • The resort has a multi-award-winning Taoist-inspired spa which offers a host of holistic and beauty treatments
  • There are three restaurants, two bars, a traditional tea house and a snack and dessert house

Recommended for...

  • Wildlife & Nature
  • Walking & Trekking
  • Setting & Views
  • Landscapes & Scenery

Hotel Overview

SENSE OF PLACE

The Six Senses Qing Cheng is located 1.5 hours from Chengdu's downtown, at the foot of the Qing Cheng mountains and blends seamlessly with Dujiangyan, a water irrigation system from the 3rd century BC and UNESCO World Heritage & Natural Cultural site.

ROOMS AT Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain

Light and minimalist, the white-on-white suites with a pop of green and yellow feel fresh and vibrant. With a double bed, plenty of storage and a seating area, there is plenty of room to spread out. The Deluxe suites are a generous 850 square feet, with a private balcony or courtyard veranda which has outdoor daybed for lying back and taking in the stunning scenery. The bathroom has a garden-view tub and a rain shower.

FOOD & DRINK

With three restaurants on site offering regional and international cuisines, you’ll be spoilt for choice. The 28Zodiac restaurant serves a selection of Sichuan and Cantonese dishes, comprising of 12 individual dining salons for private family dinners and celebrations.

Sala Thai serves exquisite Thai cuisine while Farm2Fork has a casual atmosphere, serving a mix of Western and regional dishes and semi-buffets.  The meals are made using organic produce from the gardens on site. There are also two bars, a traditional tea house and a snack and dessert house.

FACILITIES

The multi-award-winning Taoist-influenced spa uses a selection of natural products in a wide array of holistic therapies and treatments to leave you feeling revitalised and rejuvenated. Chengdu was the birthplace of Taoism so there is no better place to find your balace. Whether you want to eliminate toxins, combat cellulite, improve your blood circulation or make your skin glow, the Qing Cheng spa will cater to all your needs.

Keep active at the state-of-the-art gym, which has the latest equipment to keep you fit.

ACTIVITIES AT Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain

The area around Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain is home to China’s favourite resident: the panda. Where better to meet these bamboo-munching folk than a 10-minute drive away at Panda Valley? Afterwards explore the little villages found in the mountains of the Tibetan plateau in Sichuan, as well as exploring the famous Dujiangyan irrigation system nearby.

Go river-rafting at Hongkou and trek to Mount Emei to see the world’s largest stone-carved Buddha in Leshan. In between expeditions, find your inner peace with some soul-soothing tai chi lessons back at the hotel.

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Hotel location

Chengdu International Airport is approximately an hour's drive to Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain.

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