IMAGE CREDITS: RITZ CARLTON- JIUZHAIGOU
RITZ-CARLTON : IN THE MIDST OF THE PEARL SHOAL WATERFALLS AND ANCIENT PRIMEVAL WOODLANDS
31 July 2017
Located on the edge of the Tibetan Plateau in Southwest China, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Company has signed an agreement with Sichuan Jiuzhai Luneng Eco-Tourism Investment Development Co. opening a luxury resort, the first all-villa property in one of China’s earliest UNESCO world heritage sites, Jiuzhaigou Valley.
The resort surrounds striking views like multi-level waterfalls, blue lakes and verdant forests for which the 72,000-hectare nature reserve and national park is famed. Jiuzhaigou Valley translates itself with an edge at the Valley of the Nine Village Forts, the land of Chinese legend and folklore, with stories of its creation embedded deeply in the customs of the local Qiang and Tibetan tribes.
Mounted 2,300 metres above sea level, The Ritz-Carlton, Jiuzhaigou, is about to feature 87 stunning villas accompanied by panoramic views over the valley opposite to a view of snow-capped Min Mountains. Incorporating three restaurants and lounges, it will feature stone-paved terraces with fire pits for evening relaxation. Facilities like an exquisite mountain spa and entertainment are also offered including a Kids Club, media room and various other activity centres.
Near the Pearl Shoal Waterfalls and in the midst of the ancient primeval woodlands and between Swan Lake and over 100 exquisitely-named lakes in multiple hues of green and blue where each one has it's own story to tell, Ritz-Carlton Hotel has chosen one of the best locations with a splendid and extravagant view, which would gather a huge number of footfall.