Located in the majestic Qing Cheng Mountains—the heart of Taoism in China—Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain Resort is launching a Presidential Villa that incorporates Taoist elements of harmony with nature and self-development.
The property is close to the UNESCO World Heritage & Natural Cultural site of Dujiangyan, also known as the homeland of the Giant Pandas.
Located next to the main dining and entertainment areas, the resort is surrounded by stunning views of the enigmatic mountains. The sprawling 9095.5 square feet two-story villa has four individual suites ranging from 860 to 1185 square feet. It also boasts of a separate valet room for large groups.
With ample space, the design aesthetics of the Presidential Villa, with its locally made furniture, and paneled walls with classic rattan fittings and accents reflect sustainable living and preserving heritage and culture.
The villa has a spacious living room, library, dining room that can seat up to 10 people), kitchen, wine cellar and spa treatment room. Guests can also host intimate dinner parties using quality produce fresh from the resort’s organic garden or local farms and vendors thanks to a fully-equipped kitchen with state-of-the-art appliances.
Guests can also enjoy a variety of leisure activities that include watching movies in a private cinema and swimming in an 861 square feet heated outdoor pool with Jacuzzi. A round-the-clock butler service ensures a hassle-free stay. Butlers can also assist guests in exploring the ancient region from visits to thePanda Valley, tea ceremonies, and Sichuan opera to morning Tai-chi at Puzhao Buddhist Temple and locally-inspired specialty treatments at Six Senses Spa and a host of scenic and cultural activities.