From mist-shrouded temples and ancient forests to futuristic metropolises and remarkable diversity, a hotel break in China is full of stunning contrasts.

With its incredible ethnic, cultural, geographical and culinary diversity, China offers visitors a seemingly endless array of fascinating experiences. There are many breathtaking natural environments to explore on a hotel break in China, including the mountain glaciers and pristine turquoise waters of Jiuzhaigou Valley, the stunning sandstone pillars, ravines and waterfalls of magical Wulingyuan and the Tiger Leaping Gorge, a scenic canyon which is a popular choice for hikers. The exciting options for an urban hotel break in China include the ancient city of Xian, with the legendary Terracotta Army, Ming-era city walls and the narrow streets, markets and mosques of the Muslim Quarter, as well as Hong Kong, which is famous for its world-class cuisine, fantastic nightlife and Victoria Harbour’s dazzling panoramic views of the cityscape. The capital, Beijing, is home to the remarkable Forbidden City, which today houses the most visited museum in the world, and parts of the legendary Great Wall, as well as some of the world’s most innovative and bombastic modern architecture, cutting-edge music and arts scenes, and delicious cuisine. Shanghai is a vibrant, bustling megalopolis with fantastic nightlife and great attractions including the Jade Buddha Monastery, the charming low-rise European architecture of the French Concession, and the Bund, an assortment of riverside colonial buildings with some of China’s best upmarket hotels, shops, bars and restaurants.