Cachet Hotel Group (CHG) has announced the debut of its first resort development in Asia. Located in Guizhou Province, China, the dual-branded resort development Cachet Resort Wanfeng Valley is set to open with both URBN and Cachet Resort concepts in October 2016.
A national tourism destination known for its rich cultural heritage and beautiful scenery, Guizhou enjoys the designation as one of “Top 52 Places to Go in 2016” according to The New York Times. Owned and developed by Guizhou SenYao Real Estate Development Company, the resort spans 121ha of natural scenic land in the Xingyi City of Guizhou province.
“Travellers can now look forward to an unrivalled dimension of authentic local discovery, new experiences and innovative designs from the iconic Cachet and eco-friendly URBN brands, together with the benefits of Cachet’s technology platform.” said Liang Shang Yan, Co-Chairman of Guizhou SenYao Real Estate Development Co., Ltd.
Designed by world-class Milan-based architect Stefano Boeri in tandem with Simon Ma – one of China’s most well-known, acclaimed artists – the resort complex will feature a 182-room Cachet Resort Hotel and a 71-room URBN hotel. In addition to well-appointed, design-focused rooms, signature amenities and personalised services, the lifestyle destination will also offer two restaurants and lounges. These will include a signature all-day dining venue and a specialty restaurant that will offer distinct culinary experiences for both guests and locals alike. Recreation facilities on property are set to include a swimming pool, spa and fully equipped fitness centre.
The property will be on CHG’s revolutionary technology platform, CachetWorld, which is a lifestyle community that features a search and booking engine for boutique and lifestyle hotels and high-end residences worldwide.
Nestled in the heart of Wanfeng Valley Village, the resort is within close proximity to the village’s major shopping, dining and entertainment outlets as well as only a short drive to the main airport and high-speed rail station, set to open in 2020. The recently opened convention centre will also help to attract corporate business travellers to the property in addition to leisure travellers.