The best hotels in China

Our world-travelled experts have chosen and selected the finest luxury hotels in China for you. Each property combines 5 star comfort, quality and service with unbeatable locations and activities. All you have to do is pick one and you'll be away in your own world of luxury in no time.

Booking could not be easier: either use the form on the left-hand side at any time, click on the 'Book Now' buttons in the listings below or if you'd rather book on the phone call one of our luxury travel advisors to help you find the best rates and hotel for your next holiday.

China, an amazing cultural treasure situated in eastern Asia, offers many wonderful attractions and historical wonders for enthusiastic travellers. Numerous historical monuments scattered across the vast territory are vestiges of the ancient Chinese culture.


The sheer diversity of China’s terrain will take you from noisy cities fizzing with energy to isolated mountain-top Ming-Dynasty villages where you can hear a pin drop. Each experience is guaranteed to be a special nature getaway in Asia.

The Forbidden City, Terracotta Warriors, the Great Wall and many other famous sites are unmissable if you want to enjoy the best heritage holiday in China.


China offers a wide range of delicacies. Here are four recommended restaurants offering fine cuisine.

  1. Three on the Bund (Shanghai) - Stunning combination of gastronomy and aesthetics with sophisticated and contemporary dishes.
  2. Made in China (Beijing) - A unique restaurant featuring specialities from northern China, including Peking Duck and Beggar's Chicken, served with the most appealing presentations.
  3. Jean Georges (Shanghai) - This signature restaurant overlooking the lights of Pudong serves Asian-accented, light French fare with aplomb.
  4. BO Innovation (Hong Kong) - Ground breaking Chinese fine-dining restaurant, serving “X-Treme Chinese” cuisine.

China has a rich cultural history. Here are four recommended things to visit while travelling in that beautiful country.

  1. The Forbidden City (Beijing) - Named a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 1987, the Forbidden City is probably China's most famous museum.
  2. The Capital Museum (Beijing) - The museum houses over 200,000 cultural relics in its collection.
  3. Tianjin Museum (Tianjin) - The building, a shell structure, is designed in the shape of a giant swan.
  4. Shaanxi History Museum (Xi’An) - One of the first huge state museums with modern facilities in China.

Whatever you are looking for, there are many activities to do in China. Here are five recommended things to visit.

  1. Hanging Temple (Shanxi province) - This temple, located on the steep cliff, faces the deep valleys. It has a unique structure and decoration.
  2. Hangzhou - A visit to Hangzhou does provide a lovely, if not peaceful, alternative to the hustle and bustle of Shanghai.
  3. Poyang Lake (Jiangxi Province) - A resplendent pearl on the vast Chinese territory and the biggest freshwater lake in China.
  4. Venetian casino (Macao) - Enjoy a variety of games from basic slot machines to poker, blackjack, roulette and baccarat in the world's largest casino.
  5. The Great Wall - The Great Wall is one of the country's most enduring symbols.

Urumqi, China