No. 1088 Middle Wangcong Road West Hi-Tech Zone Chengdu, 611730 CN

40 km


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Chengdu’s Many Charms

Meet and greet panda bears, shop at a mammoth superstore, or visit ancient ruins

From amusement parks and great shopping, to panda reserves and incredible cultural relics, you will find an array of delights worth exploring near our luxury hotel. Seek natural refuge in parks, pay homage to native artists, and visit with the magnificent panda bear, currently on the endangered list. Whatever your pleasure, rest assured it is within easy range of our Chengdu hotel. Enjoy your many discoveries.


No. 1088 Middle Wangcong Road West Hi-Tech Zone, Chengdu, 611730

Nearby Places


Floraland is an amusement park located in the west of Chengdu and similar in style to the great American theme parks.

Wolong Panda Reserve

Wolong National Natural Reserve is the earliest, largest, and best-known panda reserve in China.

Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base

Located in the northern suburb of Chengdu on Futou Hill, Chengdu Giant Panda Breeding and Research Base is the world's leading panda breeding center and plays a vital role in the preservation of this endangered species.

Du Fu Thatched Cottage

Du Fu is one of the region's most famous poets, and lived during the Tang Dynasty. Just as its name implies, the Thatched Cottage of Du Fu was his home, dating back more than a thousand years.

Qingyang Palace

Located in the western suburb of Chengdu, Qingyang Palace is the oldest and largest Taoist Temple in Chengdu.


Shop at this French international superstore chain, renowned as the largest hypermarket chain in the world.

Qingcheng Mountain

Located nearby the Dujiangyan Irrigation System, Qingcheng Mountain is one of the ancient cradles of Taoism.

China's Lane

China's Lane (Kuanzhaixiangzi) is an old neighborhood that is now a trendy walking alley that fuses beautifully restored traditional architecture with modern and well-appointed restaurants, teahouses, cafes, and shops.

Jinsha Ruins

Located in the western suburb of Chengdu, Jinsha Ruins are widely believed to have been the capital of the Shu Kingdom some 3,000 years ago.