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Inspired by the stately homes of Suzhou and originally built by Ming dynasty nobleman Wang Ao over 500 years ago, Huilaotang translates as “place where old friends gather”. Today, it has been beautifully restored by one of Wang’s descendents, Xing Weiying. Each piece of furniture comes from Xing’s unique private collection of Suzhou antiques.
When the tea is being picked and dried, its rich aroma infuses the air, the restorative scent of one of nature’s most remarkable plants.The Landison Longjing is a luxury hide-away on the famous Longjing tea-plantation in Zhejiang, one of China’s most famous tea-growing areas. The hotel offers visitors a unique way to understand China’s tea culture, and, of course, sample some of the finest and freshest tea on earth!
naked Retreats is a boutique eco-hotel nestled in the pristine bamboo forests of Moganshan. Throughout the early 20th century, Shanghai's elite flocked here for its cool, crisp mountain air, natural springs, and rolling hills. Today, it remains the perfect antidote to city life.
Located in Wuzhen, an ancient outpost on the 1,400 mile Grand Canal that linked Beijing and Hangzhou in Imperial times, the Wuzhen Clubhouse a pair of Ming and Qing dynasty manor houses set in ornamental courtyards. Visitors will be revived by the elegant architecture, peaceful surroundings, and, of course, the town’s lifeblood-- water.