Amari Yangshuo in China to Open in 2017

Amari Yangshuo
Rendering of the exterior of Amari Yangshuo // Photo by ONYX Hospitality Group

ONYX Hospitality Group is planning on opening its first Amari hotel in China in early 2017: Amari Yangshuo.

Amari Yangshuo will call the scenic city of Guilin its home, where many might recognize the back drop of mountains from James Cameron’s Avatar. Near the hotel is Guilin’s popular West Street, one of the oldest streets in Guilin, Guangxi, offering direct views of the waterfront, the iconic love bridge and karst peaks surrounding views.

The four story hotel, to be managed by ONYX Hospitality group as an Amari property, combines local influences with Thai-style design, developed by Shenzhen Yitian Group as part of the Yitian West Street development.

Amari’s current portfolio has 14 hotels across the Asia-Pacific region, with new hotels currently under development in locations such as Yunnan, Galle and Johor Bahru.

In addition to launching the first Amari in China, ONYX Hospitality Group is also introducing the Amaya Food Gallery, the hotel’s restaurant, to China as well. The Amari brand concept, inspired by the street food markets of Asia, offers a 3,695 square-foot all-day dining venue located within Amari Yangshuo. Interactive kitchens present guests with food choices from across Asia, offering a variety of gourmet selections.

Also within Amari Yangshuo will be China’s first Breeze Spa, Amari’s renowned spa services. Breeze Spa will offer a fun, comfortable and approachable spa experience with mood-based treatments which combine Thai and Chinese therapeutic techniques.

Other on site amenities include the FIT Centre where guests can exercise, Voyager Lounge and Café Louise, adjacent to the lobby entrance.


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