Sites d'intérêt locaux
The St. Regis Changsha is ideally poised in the Hunan provincial capital’s Yunda International New Town, just steps from corporate offices and retail shops. The Hunan Provincial Exhibition Center, the Changsha South Railway Station, and the subway are close to our refined address. Changsha Huanghua International Airport (CSX) can be reached by car in approximately 25 minutes.
Situated on the lower reaches of the Xiang River in central China, our hotel is the ideal departure point for exploring this alluring millennia-old civilization. See historic bronzeware, pottery, porcelain, calligraphy, paintings, and an exceptionally well-preserved 2,100-year-old female mummy at the nearby Hunan Provincial Museum. Admire other ancient artifacts, archaeological finds, and the Han Dynasty tomb collection at Mawangdui. Just outside the city, Mao Zedong’s former home and memorial site provide further insight into this captivating land. The UNESCO World Heritage Site of Wulingyuan boasts soaring quartzite sandstone pillars.
Take an elevating walk or cable car ride to the summit of Yuelu Mountain to marvel at its sweeping panoramic views, temples, tombs, bird sanctuary, and ponds. The mountain is also home to one of the world’s oldest universities, Yuelu Academy, built in 976. Spiritual enrichment amid picturesque mountains can be attained at the centuries-old Buddhist monastery Kaifu Temple.
Enjoy a leisurely stroll around Hunan Martyrs Park—Changsha’s largest—or a round of golf at Hunan Fortune Lake Golf Club or Changsha Qing Zhu Golf Club. Shop in the flourishing Yuhua District along the Liuyang River. Peruse quaint boutiques for Changsha’s famed tea, heritage Xiang embroidery, and handcrafted chrysanthemum stone carvings. Watch a timeless traditional opera, a fiddle ballad, a shadow play, or a puppetry show. The Changsha Meixihu International Culture & Art Centre also stages world-renowned performances. Further enhance your stay with distinctive Hunan food, one of China’s renowned eight cuisines. Often spicy, diverse dishes are prepared with a wide array of native ingredients, including Changsha’s famed Liuyang lobster sauce.
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