Banyan Tree Huangshan has officially opened in the misty awe-inspiring landscape of Anhui Province, east of China, in the shadow of the great Mount Huangshan.
The tenth Banyan Tree in China, it is 70 minutes away from Huangshan city.
Cultural adventurers and explorers will be fascinated by the ancient dwellings of Xidi and Hongcun, two UNESCO World Heritage Sites and the breath-taking Mount Huangshan with its unusual-shaped granite peaks, woody pine trees and hot springs.
This perfect harmony of nature and culture embodies Banyan Tree Huangshan’s dedication to create a Sanctuary for the Senses amidst picturesque landscapes, enriched by Chinese history.
In the old Xidi and Hongcun villages, just ten minutes from the resort, guests can find traditional Chinese residences dating back to the Ming and Qing dynasty.
Their unique combination of simple and exquisite architecture perfectly demonstrates the heritage of the Hui-style culture.
The design of Banyan Tree Huangshan embodies the enchanting Hui-style’s architecture inspired by traditional Chinese ink paintings.
The wooden bamboo carvings found within the hotel tell ancient stories, while others depict the sheer beauty of Mount Huangshan.
The wooden roof slopes with its white walls tipped by black scales; finishing in the traditional horse-head style found in the area, provide the resort with a signature local touch that blends in with the surrounding scenery.
Banyan Tree Huangshan is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities designed for modern day travellers.
In addition to the poetically inspiring suites and villas, the award-winning Banyan Tree Spa and Banyan Tree Gallery are not to be missed.
At Banyan Tree Spa, the resort follows the Banyan Tree ‘high-touch, low-tech’ approach that celebrates the human touch and the use of natural herbs and spices.
The secrets of beauty and health are inherited into an exclusive offer only found in the Treasure of Huangshan treatment.
This unique experience includes a facial treatment and traditional oriental massage to soothe the body; ending with a calming bath, featuring a renowned local ingredient – Mao Feng tea.