The Banyan Tree Hangzhou, a majestic hotel of suites and villas, is nestled in the Xixi National Wetland Park, China’s first wetland reserve. Guests will find tranquility and culture in the property’s Chinese architecture of tiled roofs and ivory walls and the abundant, lush gardens, brimming with plants and animals. At the end of the day, twinkling Chinese lanterns will light the path back to the finest in modern luxury and comfort.
Guests of the Banyan Tree Hangzhou will be met with the Jiangnan-style town, comprising 36 water terraces and 36 villas tucked away in groves of trees with winding paths through channels and lakes. Each suite and villa is available in a color palette reminiscent of each of the four seasons, and offers a variety of structural amenities, including fireplaces, indoor hot tubs, jet pools, and water views. Each villa or suite also includes spacious and luxurious bathrooms, modern and Oriental decor, and the best in bedding, linens, and bath amenities.
The Banyan Tree Hangzhou features a variety of fine dining options, all of which will impress and delight guests whatever their preference. Guests may try destination dining in a specially-arranged outdoor tent, dinner on the “Love Boat” through the glades and coves of the wetlands, or at any of the three delicious fine restaurants, including the Waterlight Court, Bai Yun or Jiu Xian, each offering unique settings and special local cuisine. The Banyan Tree Hangzhou also offers in-villa dining for a personal and private dining experience. Spend time at the indoor swimming pool, or visit the health club for invigorating steam and sauna rooms. The health club also offers daily aerobics, yoga, pilates, stretching, step lessons, and bicycle riding.
Beyond the hotel, the Xixi National Wetland park is home to 270 biological species including persimmon, mulberry, bamboo, willow and camphor trees, as well as fish ponds, reed beds and many historical buildings. Guests can also visit the National Wetland Museum of China, and the Westbrook Walk for shopping.Request Information