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Discover the historic charm, rich culture and sweeping landscapes of Lijiang, declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997. Located in the highlands of Yunnan province, the resort is adjacent to the Na'xi minority old town of Shuhe and only a 10 minute drive from the ancient Silk Road town of Baisha. Situated close to the base of Jade Dragon Snow Mountain, it is surrounded by high peaks and hidden valleys, making it a photographers dream. Many unique experiences are ready to be enjoyed as you explore the back streets of the ancient towns, traverse the mountainous landscape to Tiger Leaping Gorge, Wen Hai lake, or take a cycle trek through the foothills to remote Yi villages. For a more leisurely experience, indulge in one of the many luxurious treatments available at the world renowned Banyan Tree Spa. With clear blue skies for nine months of the year, enjoy a breath of fresh air and escape to the tranquility of Banyan Tree Lijiang.
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Yuerong Road, Shuhe, Gucheng District, Lijiang 67410 China
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The hotel has a wonderful view of Snow Mountain and is located away from the crowds close to Shuhe. The grounds and rooms are extremely well maintained . We were warmly greeted on arrival and upgraded to a grand villa with a garden and Jacuzzi....More
We stayed for two nights and our stay was faultless from the moment we arrived and charming reception staff booked us in, and arranged for a buggy to take us and our luggage to a mountain view suite through well kept gardens. The room was...More
They seem to be basking in brand reputation and are over looking careful upkeep. Our blinds in the shower stall had black mildew, the drains drained slowly, and overall there was a "tired" feeling in the room. The slippers looked like they had been used...More
Not good for families with young children.
1) Had paint peeling and mold on one of the walls inside living room
2) Fridge was not functioning properly. Milk for my baby went bad overnight. Informed staff and nothing was done but still charged me for...More
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Response from Nigel F, General Manager at Banyan Tree LijiangResponded July 26, 2018
Dear Mr Cheng,
I am sorry to read of your disappointment with our resort. These are small things that could have easily been avoided and for this I am sincerely apologetic.
With regards to the room, with all the heavy rain recently there are a...More
My girlfriend and I decided to visit the Yunnan Province over Labor Day weekend and are so glad we picked this as our first stop!
We were delighted to discover the property of the Banyan Tree is gorgeous, with a large pagoda on a wide...More
We went to Lijiang last month and find it bit chilly to stay out after sunset. We had our usual dinner at the restaurant trying out the local Yunnan and Naxi delicacies. Banyan Tree served a fine course of dinner... More
We went to Lijiang last month and find it bit chilly to stay out after sunset. We had our usual dinner at the restaurant trying out the local Yunnan and Naxi delicacies. Banyan Tree served a fine course of dinner and you could also try the hot pot in this season.
I did not try the moonlight pagoda dinner then. You may want to bring some warm clothing to put on in the mornings and evenings.
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"Individual villa and mountain view suite is recommend. Otherwise you can't view snow mountain in room."