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22 Fayun Nong, Hangzhou, 310013, China

Hotelier Adrian Zecha has transforming an ancient tea-growing village 20 minutes from Hangzhou’s city center into one of Asia’s most unique retreats. Designer Jaya Ibrahim used a light hand with the 42 villa suites: traditional brick-and-timber courtyard dwellings decorated with unvarnished elm furniture, lattice screens, and delicate rice-paper lanterns. Don't miss the spa, with its Japanese-style deep soaking tubs, though an early morning walk to the neighboring Lingyin Buddhist temple is just as invigorating.

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Hotelier Adrian Zecha has transforming an ancient tea-growing village 20 minutes from Hangzhou’s city center into one of Asia’s most unique retreats. Designer Jaya Ibrahim used a light hand with the 42 villa suites: traditional brick-and-timber courtyard dwellings decorated with unvarnished elm furniture, lattice screens, and delicate rice-paper lanterns. Don't miss the spa, with its Japanese-style deep soaking tubs, though an early morning walk to the neighboring Lingyin Buddhist temple is just as invigorating.