More and more travel firms and accommodation operators are finding that China is the place to be this year.
Hyatt Hotels has become the latest company to decide it wants to be part of China’s booming tourist trade and has announced the opening of its first resort in the country.
This means that those on trips to China now have the option of scaling the Great Wall, staying up all night to watch the sun rise over Hong Kong harbour or just getting some quality rest and relaxation at the Park Hyatt Ningbo Resort and Spa.
The hotelier chose the eastern coastal city of Ningbo for its new development for a good reason. The area is reminiscent of the kind of scenes usually seen in classical Chinese paintings and artwork.
British holidaymakers who choose to include the Park Hyatt Ningbo Resort and Spa as part of their bespoke tour itinerary will find themselves situated on the banks of the tranquil Dong Qain Lake in the midst of working Chinese tea plantations and fishing villages.
Those who can pull themselves away from their luxury accommodation will unearth the Baogua Temple just 13 kilometres away from the city centre. The sacred site is one of the oldest buildings in southern China and dates back to the East Han Dynasty.
Once tourists have explored all the local area has to offer, they can retire to the Park Hyatt. The hotel has 236 contemporary guestrooms, which are all created in the style of a traditional Chinese water village. Beautiful courtyards and ponds hidden across the resort mean travellers will find themselves on a constant stay of discovery.
“Our team has worked incredibly hard to create a unique ambiance and environment at Park Hyatt Ningbo Resort and Spa, and we look forward to inviting guests to experience the contemporary luxury and personalised service of a Park Hyatt, while discovering some of the lesser known delights of this beautiful area,” said the resort’s general manager Ivan Leung.