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The Club Lounge on the 38th floor


Fabulous indoor pool


Spices restaurant


Be sure to visit a Giant Panda sanctuary


The spa takes up an entire floor of the hotel


Club Room




The Mediterranean Restaurant

Ritz-Carlton Chengdu, China

Luxury hotel in the capital of Sichuan province, perfect for visiting nearby Giant Panda sanctuaries 

Rooms from around £150 per night. Flights and transfers available at an additional cost as part of your tailor-made holiday in China.

Overlooking Tianfu Square, Ritz-Carlton Chengdu is located in the heart of this vibrant city, capital of the Sichuan province. Chengdu is famous as the gateway to Giant Panda sanctuaries, traditional tea houses and vibrant markets and the Ritz-Carlton provides a new level of luxury, style and glamour in the city. 


Ritz-Carlton Chengdu has 350 luxurious guest rooms and suites; all with opulent contemporary décor, walk-in wardrobes, lavish bathrooms and views overlooking the bustling metropolis. On the Club Level floors (floor 39 and above), rooms and suites also benefit from exclusive services such as a personal butler, private check-in and complimentary access to the Club Lounge.

Activities & Experiences

Chengdu sits at the heart of Sichuan, one of China's largest provinces with wonderfully diverse terrain that's perfect for Giant Pandas, for which Chengdu provides the ideal base from which to visit and observe these rare, fabulous creatures. 

Facilities & Services

Chengdu is Asia's first UNESCO City of Gastronomy and guests can enjoy authentic flavours in the hotel's fine dining restaurant, Li Xuan, where modern interpretations of Cantonese and Sichuan cuisine. Alternatively, 'Spices' all-day dining features many international cuisines with live cooking stations, while 'Flair' offers Asian-style tapas and handmade sushi.

The Ritz-Carlton has a large indoor pool (with panoramic city views), a fitness room and a fantastic spa with influences from the region's silk road heritage offering tea themed treatments.

Weather & Seasons

Chengdu weather is mild and humid all year round, featuring four distinct seasons – long and warm spring, short and sultry summer, cool and rainy autumn, cold and foggy winter. We recommend that the best time to visit is from March to May and from September to November.

Getting Here

Flying time from Xian or Guilin to Chengdu is 90 minutes, from Shanghai or Beijing it's 3 hours 15 minutes, and from Hong Kong it's 2 hours 30 minutes. From Chengdu airport to the Ritz-Carlton it's a 30 minute transfer by car.

Consider Also

Combining with a stay at Banyan Tree Yangshuo after a Li River cruise from Guilin

Stay at Sofitel Xian to visit the Terracotta Warriors

Combining with a stay in Beijing, perhaps staying at Four Seasons Beijing

Enjoying a 3 or 4 night luxury cruise along the Yangzi River aboard the Sanctuary Yangzi Explorer

Peninsula Shanghai

Luxury Tailor-Made Highlights of China Tour

Time to Get in Touch?

Please call us on 0203 019 3722 or simply send us an email outlining your requirements.

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