We made use of the special Chill out Summer package and loved every minute of it. Unfortunately it rained 2 out of the 3 days we were there but that's what you get when you book for the end of June. The tree top villa was absolutely stunning, the activities wonderful although the bamboo forest hike was a little too short for me, I would have loved to see more. Our two adult sons loved the activities and fortunately there was enough to do while it rained, like fussball, pool, darts, table tennis. We had dinner at Kikaboni, which serves fabulous food, including a complimentary birthday cake for my husband. The breakfast buffet is very extensive as is the lunch in the Clubhouse. The spa was also really wonderful. The only downside is that everything is really expensive, if you want a massage added to the one included in the package you pay through the nose. But you know that when you go to this resort, it's exclusive. The most wonderful thing is that it is only a 3-hour ride from Shanghai and you can really imagine yourself in a completely different world.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The ‘naked’ concept was conceived on the philosophy of stripping away a busy cosmopolitan city lifestyle and restoring balance through closeness to nature. naked Stables Private Reserve is naked Retreats’ second resort in China and opened to rave reviews in October 2011. Featuring 121 rooms in Earth Huts and Tree Top Villas, in 2013, naked Stables became the first resort in China to achieve the highest award in sustainability: LEED Platinum certification. The resort has three dining options, including “private dining in nature” at Kikaboni by Stiller. Additionally, there are three swimming pools, a spa, conferencing facilities, a Kids Club, a Land Rover Experience Centre and more. naked Stables provides guests with unique and rewarding personal experiences in a stunning natural environment. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Naked Stables China/Deqing County