Six Senses Qingcheng Mountain
For travelers going to see China’s pandas, Six Senses Qingcheng Mountain offers a luxurious yet environmentally conscious place to stay near the Qing Cheng Mountains. Six Senses is known for capturing a sense of place, and Six Senses Qingcheng Mountain’s contemporary take on traditional Chinese design hits just the right note. The grounds are designed like a temple garden with footbridges, canals, and weeping willows. The buildings merge ancient techniques such as gabled roofs and terracotta tiles with modern elements like glass walls and under-lit minimalist staircases. The rooms have lofted bamboo ceilings, ethereal woven lampshades, a refreshing all-natural palette, and open views of the blue mountain silhouettes in the distance. The spa fuses signature Six Senses treatments with Taoist inspired ones such as acupuncture and hot-cupping. The three restaurants offer regional Sichuan dishes as well as pan-China specialties. There is a classic tea house and two pools on-property as well.