Recently premiered Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain is about to unveil its latest addition – the spacious multi purpose Qing You Hall.
This elegant addition occupies an expansive 420 square meters and rewards guests with a stunning backdrop of the sublime Qing Cheng Mountain with the resort’s 2.5 acres organic garden in the foreground.
Designed for maximum flexibility, the pillar-free ballroom can be divided into three separate spaces, ideal for meetings and smaller gatherings or breakout areas. The décor and furnishings have been designed with a sense of harmony, using beautifully crafted soft-hued timber finishes and paneling wrapped in rich earth tones with just a hint of delicate Chinese embellishments. Stunning lighting features descend from vaulted ceilings, augmented by recessed high-tech down lighting that can be programmed to create any mood desired.
The Qing You Hall is the perfect venue for a wedding reception of up to 250 guests and gala dinners or banquets of 300; cocktails and receptions of 480 invitees, and meetings with a classroom setup for 280 or theatre configuration for 420 attendees. To further expand the possibilities for even larger and diverse events, a covered terrace and a lawn are interrelated to the primary space. Vehicular access to all areas offers the potential for incentive or event exhibitions to be held as integral elements of the primary affair. The terrace may be an excellent setting for a wedding chapel while the lawn is a perfect area on which to erect a marque.
The complex also offers a VIP anteroom to ensure the comfort of dignitaries and special guests. It has a state-of-the-art sound system, audiovisual capabilities and wireless Internet access. A dedicated team is on hand to provide support and service throughout the planning stages through to the conclusion of every event. They can arrange suppliers of technical equipment and professional event organisation to suit every request that may be required to compliment hotel services.
“I am very excited about the opening of Qing You Hall,” said Manish Puri, general manager of Six Senses Qing Cheng Mountain, “I know that our guests will love the venue for conferences, meetings and incentives, giving the opportunity for attendees to gather in the pure air of our location and the activities offered in this traditionally spiritual setting. And as for wedding receptions, the facility is both impressive and ideal. Add the element of Six Senses Spa and the superb cuisine, which features Sichuan, Cantonese and regional – with an organic aspect, and we now present the complete destination for out-of-the-ordinary events.”