New luxury hotel in Guilin offers luxury cruises on Li River

The Shangri-La Hotel, Guilin opened in Guilin, China this week. The newly opened hotel is also offering guests a luxury cruise experience along the Li River – the only luxury hotel in the city to provide this exclusive waterborne journey. From now until 31 October 2010, guests can book the Suite Cruise package and enjoy two nights in an Executive suite, a 90-minute morning or afternoon guided tour, a gourmet four-course meal cooked on-board by the hotel’s executive chef, daily breakfast for two and full Horizon Club access and privileges.

Sailing from Long Chuan Ping Jetty to Die Cai Mountain, guests can enjoy a classical Chinese guzheng (a Chinese plucked zither) performance as the boat journeys across a 10-kilometre natural river gallery, passing 10 of Guilin’s most famous mountains such as Elephant Trunk Hill, Fubo Hill, Seven Star Hill and Laoren Hill. The waterborne trip is the perfect cruise from which to enjoy China’s famed “finest mountains and rivers under heaven.” The sheer rock formations of the Li River, the series of mountains shrouded in mist and old villages that the cruise passes have inspired many poets and painters through the centuries.  A stay in an Executive Suite overlooking the Li River and karst mountains completes the journey.

Comments (3)

  1. Traveller says:

    I always imagined Shangri-La as great, magic place. And all this stuff sounds very magical for me. Hope I’ll see it some day.

  2. Ruby Roads says:

    It is so beautiful there!! A must visit area of China.

  3. Cleo says:

    I hope this is as comfortable as it sounds. I hate having headaches when traveling to truly foreign places and prefer a cocoon of comfort when encountering jarringly new cultures.

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