The epitome of service excellence, you will be pampered with the trademark St Regis personal butler service, making your stay a memorable one.
Chengdu has been rising in the ranks as one of China's commercial powerhouses with its ambition to become the world's next Silicon Valley, having attracted numerous tech start-ups in recent years, along with foreign investment estimated at over US$8 billion.
But apart from its economic boom, the city is also a colourful hub for foodies – after all, Chengdu was the first Asian city to be named a UNESCO City of Gastronomy in 2010, a nod to Sichuan cuisine being one of the most complex of Chinese cuisines. From street snacks to teahouses to hotpot restaurants and upscale private diners, tourists can eat around the clock in this bustling city.
And then there are the giant pandas, one of the key reasons tourists flock to this city and its outer regions. In addition to several locations where one can see a panda in action (or inaction), Chengdu is also home to a slew of historical attractions that make for an eye-opening travel experience.
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Located just minutes away from landmarks such as Chunxi shopping district and Chengdu Lan Kwai Fong, the Rhombus is perfectly located for you to explore Chengdu.
Whether it’s rejuvenating yourself at CHI, The Spa, or kick-starting your culinary adventure at The Shang Palace, you can be assured that each stay here will be enjoyable.
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Enjoy fresh and cheap food with mala broth that packs some serious heat at this authentic local haunt.
Feathered ceilings with shiny chandeliers greet you as you enter this molecular gastronomy diner. The restaurant also serves Hunan and Sichuan cuisine if molecular gastronomy is not up your alley.
With a classier atmosphere than local hotpot joints and a less spicy mala broth, Huang Chen Lao Ma is a good place to start your mala hotpot journey.
Famous for its lavish 34-course banquets, you can experience the pinnacle of Sichuanese cuisine at this cosy private diner run by one of China's most highly acclaimed chefs, Yu Bo.