Hotels in China

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Nestled in the Huangyankou Valley about an hour and a half north of Beijing, Shan Li Retreats consist of five converted farmhouses that invite... Read More

24-story building on well-manicured grounds. The Chi spa offers treatments from Thailand, Tibet, and China. Read More

The 278-room property overlooks Xuanwu Lake. Read More

Opened in December 2010, this is among the first of a handful of new hotels that are upping the ante on luxury on Tibet's windswept plateau (Shangri-La... Read More

Beijing’s toniest hotel became even tonier in 2008, thanks to a $27 million refurbishment. Although the property had already cocooned guests in... Read More

328 rooms (which are some of the largest in the city) with Chinese art and ceramics; hotel butlers are trained as both city guides and translators. Read More

Designed in the shape of a rising sun, the newest Kempinski resort sits on the edge of Beijing's Yanqi Lake, within sight of the Mutianyu section of the... Read More

Swatch Art Peace Hotel is famous for long-term guests, international artists-in-residence who earn the opportunity to live and work in the hotel’s... Read More

The gorgeous sights at Tai O Village provide visitors with a glimpse into Hong Kong's past as a tiny fishing town. Formerly a police station built to... Read More

The Schoolhouse's sister establishment is a former tile factory converted into 25 unique guest rooms with views of the Great Wall. With a mission to... Read More

The first thing you'll notice upon entering the convex lobby of this 503-room structure is the view: Having built over the edge of the Kowloon... Read More

In the midst of a gut renovation helmed by renowned interior designer Joyce Wang, the new look of this centrally located hotel defines modern luxury.... Read More

If you like feeling as if you're royalty on vacation, The Langham is the palace you should call home. With nearly 10,000 square feet of average of suite... Read More

Italianate grandeur is the aesthetic of choice at this Kowloon property, set a few blocks away from the Tsim Sha Tsui waterfront (with its Star Ferry... Read More

Sandwiched between the famed shopping street Huaihai Road, and the fashionable, pedestrianized Xintiandi entertainment area, this hotel blends old... Read More

Formerly the Regent Shanghai, the Longemont hotel rises 53 stories above the Changning district, just 10 minutes from the Bund. Inside, huge white... Read More

With its post-modern art displays and whimsical decor, the Luxe Manor appeals to those with larger-than-life personalities. The surrealist design of... Read More

Boutique-ish and quirky, this sliver of a building with just 64 rooms is tucked away down a dead-end back street in Tsim Sha Tsui East. Don’t let... Read More

A Beijing gem, The Orchid is a boutique hotel hidden in the hutong alleyways of Gulou. Co-founded by a Tibetan and a Canadian, The Orchid is designed... Read More

Since 1928, this Hong Kong institution has defined the luxury hotel experience, and although certain kinds of travelers (especially lovers of sleek,... Read More

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