Eco-Luxe Takes Its Form In The New Alila Anji


This summer, Alila Hotels and Resorts will unveil its very first property in the Anji County of Huzhou, China, and it will be pretty legendary.

Set in the lush hills of China’s first national ecological county, the Alila Anji will be the area’s newest private resort, redefining eco-luxury within the region. As with the Alila standard for only the best environment and designs, one can expect only the best with the new Alila Anji.

You might even recognize that the Oscar-winning ‘Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon’ was filmed within the vicinity. The new resort sits right at the very core of rural tourism and leisure agriculture, where one can certainly experience wholesome and simple country living.

Being among China’s most sustainable environmental development districts, it would only seem natural to construct the Alila Anji in the area, surrounded by a gorgeous vista filled with sprawling hills and picturesque lakes.

Where contemporary luxury meets tradition, the Alila Anji exists as a warm sanctuary for the discerning guest. Its interiors are inspired by the nation’s rich heritage, as with their resemblance with an old-fashioned Chinese village including its 74 villas and rooms designed with luxurious native woods, bamboo and stone for fine living.

Speaking of bamboo, the county is famous for its natural majesty, including its 60,000 hectares of bamboo groves, and renowned for being home to the best white tea in China.

For the Alila Anji dining experience, guests can experience authentic Chinese cuisine that gathers the very best in all of Anji, freshly prepared by top chefs and presented with great elegance.








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