Drawing upon the renowned Six Senses perspective of responsible luxury, the resort has been brilliantly designed to incorporate regional architecture and landscaping, resulting in an extraordinary cultural offering with a strong sense of place wedded to contemporary attitude.


Located at the picturesque gateway to the majestic Qing Cheng Mountains, Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain has been created to complement the UNESCO World Heritage & Natural Cultural site nearby Dujiangyan. Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport (CTU) is a 60-minute drive from Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain and Chengdu city is 60 minutes away by car or rail link. Arriving guests with transfer reservations will be met by resort representative, on arrival. Many domestic, regional and international airlines serve Chengdu. 


There are just 113 suites including 78 Six Senses Suites offering a generous footprint of 79 square meters plus stunning views with balconies and verandas. There are the 24 Courtyard Suites (105 sq. meters) and the six (6) Two Bedroom Courtyard Villas each an expansive 212 sq. meters offer great flexibility for family and friends. For the ultimate lifestyle accommodations, 3 Two Bedroom Deluxe Courtyard Villas and 2 Two Bedroom Courtyard Pool Villas, each feature more than 330 sq. meters of personal space.

Chinese inspired contemporary furniture and finishes are hewn from sustainable timber from a palette of natural taupe tones. With exposed beams and finely planked walls, rattan light fittings and accents, a calmative symphony of lightness and space has been created. Drawing upon the village theme, accommodations provide great flexibility for couples and families. For example, a collection of four suites may open to a central courtyard. The suites can be individually occupied or the group can be reserved to form a private community. 


Near the birthplace of Taoism and the legendary Silk Road, there are many activities and excursions to keep visitors entertained. A newly developed Panda Valley is a brief ten-minute drive from the resort offering guests the chance to interact with and view panda bears and cubs up close. 

Cuisine and the Chinese refinement of dining experiences manifest themselves delightfully at Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain. Among the several dining alternatives is an informal all-day restaurant which offers dishes from around the world and regionally, presented either buffet style or à la carte, with many ingredients fresh from the organic garden.

The spa features a selection of locally-inspired specialty treatments together with an extensive menu of signature therapies; expertly trained therapists create sensory journeys for guests with a range of holistic wellness and pampering treatments. There is something for everyone, from multi-day wellness programmes to rejuvenation therapies and a selection of activities such as yoga and tai chi.


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