Chengdu has been a center for commerce and culture since the Bronze Age. Located in the heart of an emerald belt of fertile plains and hillside groves which form the indigenous habitat of the iconic Giant Panda, Chengdu is the present-day capital of Sichuan province. A UNESCO City of Gastronomy, its local specialties are famous the world over for their robust spice and generous use of the tongue-numbing Sichuan pepper—authentic selections of which are created to order at Li Xuan Chinese Restaurant.
This Chengdu luxury hotel overlooks Tianfu Square, a popular tourist destination, and is only minutes away from multiple luxury shopping malls and the intersection of the city’s two metro lines. Further afield, immerse yourself in of the city’s 2,500-year heritage as you wander narrow streets, explore traditional tea houses and vibrant markets or spend a quiet afternoon at one of the numerous nearby historical sites and museums.