Once the capital of China, Hangzhou is a city that is rich in ancient history and flowing in natural beauty. "The Travels of Marco Polo" describes Hangzhou as a city "beyond dispute the finest and the noblest in the world", today it is still known as being one of the most prosperous cities in China and famous for its Longjing [Dragon Well] Tea.
South of Xihu [The West Lake] and located along Jiuxi [Nine Creek] is the tranquil Millennium Resort Hangzhou, which is quietly nestled amongst the famous tea plantations and old wooded forests. This is the perfect setting for a corporate retreat or relaxing weekend, unwind from the fast-paced city lifestyle and relax in our well appointed spa, slunder around the poolside after a swim, enjoy a workout in the gym or take a peaceful walk around the many walkways and cycle-tracks.
The 151 guest rooms and suites are spacious and modern, plus all have private balconies where you will encounter nature's calm, the music of the foest and breathe in the flesh, clean mountain air.
There are a number of cuisine options, including an all-day-dining restaurant, traditional Chinese private rooms, authentic Longjing tea service, 24-hour room service and a large bar, built for live music. The ballroom can cater for up to 240 people and has four complementing function rooms.