An industrial chic design hotel on the banks of the Huangpu river, with views of futuristic Pudong from its rooftop bar, the Waterhouse at South Bund is at once historic and modern, rough and luxe. Without doubt, the trendiest hotel in Shanghai.
Shanghai (JingAn District)
Edgy contemporary luxury in the heart of Shanghai. Just off the busy West Nanjing Road it offers a haven of sleek design accompanied by a top notch spa, great bar and all the hi-tech gadgetry you'd expect from a hotel of this class. A cool base for exploring downtown Shanghai.
The epitome of French colonial chic Le Passage Mohkan Shan echoes its former heyday as a summer bolthole for Shanghai's fashionable set. Boasting celebrity chefs, top class spa facilities and a spring water heated pool it is shamelessly indulgent. Stylish rooms complete the package. Très bon!
Think impressive Italian style blended with traditional Chinese culture. Situated on the banks of Jinji Lake, and just a short drive from the historic sites of the stunning ancient water town of Suzhou. Dinner at Danny's restaurant is a gourmet French affair and there is an impressive wine list.
An imposing hotel in a central location. The design cleverly amalgamates a professional feel with softer cultural touches. The city slicker will be equipped with everything they could need from a gymnasium to conference halls and multiple restaurants. An all encompassing hotel worthy of a stay.
Beijing (Beigou Village)
Fantastic base for exploring one of the lesser known sections of China's Great Wall. Originally a tile factory, The Brickyard has been sympathetically restored and rooms are smart and comfortable with sit out terraces for soaking up the panoramic views.
Hangzhou (West Lake Scenic Area,)
A quiet retreat set amongst rugged nature and some of China’s most important Buddhist temples. Sultry suites are ideal for couples and foodies will love the fine dining. A conversion of a former village it is as much a cultural experience as a five-star stay. Complete with traditional bathhouse.
311602 Thousand Island Lake, China
A spectacular luxury weekend escape from Shanghai, the Fuchun Kosa – a riverside resort set in Zhejiang province’s bamboo forests – only accessible by boat. Marvel at Ming Dynasty architecture, enjoy traditional Chinese breakfast, kayak down the Fuchun river, and hike to the crumbling nearby village