China is not just a
different country, its a different world!
From shop-till-you-drop metropolises to the desert landscapes of Xinjiang, China
is a land of cultural and geographic schisms. It's not that it has completely
done away with its Maoist past - it's more that the yin of revolutionary zeal
is being balanced by the yang of economic pragmatism. It is a country of
spectacular contrasts – urban in the public domain yet quintessentially rural,
new-age architecture with old-fashioned cultural beliefs, conservative yet
China is forever linked to
its ancient civilization, friendly people, and many of the world’s most revered
treasures, such as The Great Wall, Terra-Cotta Warriors & Horses and the Yangtze River. Today, one can also find spectacular
architecture and towering skylines in Shanghai and Beijing (site of the 2008
Summer Olympics), a wealth of luxury accommodations – and as always – exquisite
1 to 5 of 5 hotel (s) displayed
Spa & Wellness, Wildlife & Safari, Mountain & Wilderness Retreats, Romantic Escapes
Retreat to a sanctuary surrounded by snow-capped mountains hidden in a Tibetan valley
Urban Oasis, Romantic Escapes, Cultural Journeys, Heritage Trails
Enriching its original heritage, this luxurious hotel has views of the Bund
Urban Oasis, Cultural Journeys
A gleaming glass and steel pyramid all-suite boutique hotel
Located on the banks of the Huangpu River is the stunningly designed Mandarin Oriental Pudong.
The Opposite House is a 99-room intriguing urban hotel with gleaming glass glamour.