- 25m indoor, heated lap pool surrounded by loungers.
- Juice bar serving healthy fruit and vegetable drinks.
- Cigar Room.
- Music Pavilion.
- Cultural Pavilion.
Spread across two subterranean levels, the 5,000-square-metre spa is a sanctuary for body and mind. In the nine double treatment rooms, therapies that draw on Imperial traditions range from massages and scrubs to moxibustion and acupuncture. A Pilates and yoga studio is naturally lit with skylights, and the facilities also include a 25-metre pool, large gym and two squash courts. Separate male and female changing areas incorporate steam and sauna rooms, hot Jacuzzi and cold plunge pools.
The Chinese Restaurant
Decorated with classic Ming Dynasty-inspired furniture, The Chinese Restaurant serves Peking duck, imperial dishes, Sichuan cuisine and traditional Cantonese cuisine.Hours of Operation:
lunch and dinner.
Overlooking a courtyard with tranquil reflection pond across from Naoki, The Grill serves Western cuisine and its specialises in grilled-to-order prime cuts of meat and fresh seafood.Hours of Operation:
Open for breakfast, dinner and weekend lunches.
Naoki serves a menu of original French kaiseki fare created by Chef Naoki Okumura. With an open kitchen people seats on the counter and table.Hours of Operation:
Open for lunch and dinner.
Located in the resort’s elegant Arrival Pavilion, The Lounge serves light refreshments in a relaxed seating environment overlooking a traditional courtyard, shaded by indigenous trees.
The Reflection Pavilion
The Reflection Pavilion serves international cuisine in a tranquil setting. The Reflection has a peaceful terrace overlooking a lotus pond for afternoon tea.