Park Hyatt Opens First Property in China

Good news for Park Hyatt devotees: The Park Hyatt Ningbo Resort and Spa, the first Park Hyatt resort in China, has opened its doors.

The 236-room property is just two and a half hours from Shanghai and includes 17 suites and 10 freestanding villas. We hear all guest rooms have a double daybed next to a large picture window. Each oversized bathroom has a bathtub, vanity area, rain shower and dressing room. We love the open courtyards, sky wells and ponds that dot the property.

Dining options include Seafood House, the resort's signature restaurant, which serves up seafood both indoors or al fresco. Cool touch: There are 10 private pavilions available for intimate dining.

DIning Room, a residential-style restaurant, serves Western and Chinese comfort food all day.

Tea House is a must for those who want an authentic Chinese tea experience.

Other facilities include a heated indoor pool, gym, reflexology facilities, steam rooms, saunas, whirlpool baths and an 85-foot outdoor infinity pool with lake views.

Be sure to visit the Yue Hu Spa, as well.

Visit www.ningbo.park.hyatt.com

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