Nestled on the shores of Taiji Lake in the Wudang Mountains, the hotel is situated on a stunning peninsula surrounded by water on three sides. Its unique resort environment is a fusion of rich forest resources and an expansive lake landscape. The hotel comprises a main building, a presidential mansion, and 24 holiday wooden villas, each featuring 4-6 rooms, making a total of 112 luxurious suites. The hotel’s extensive 80,000-square-meter landscaped grounds, combined with breathtaking views of the lake, offer residents a truly unique visual experience.
The hotel’s design philosophy is based on the concept of “learning from nature” and organic architecture, with an architectural form that seamlessly integrates with the surrounding topography, blending harmoniously with nature. The wooden villas are constructed using sustainable and environmentally friendly materials, such as wood, steel structures, and locally-sourced stones. This eco-conscious approach not only reduces the carbon footprint but also enhances the natural beauty of the resort.
Our aim is to provide guests with a unique vacation experience, far away from the stresses of urban life. To create an immersive atmosphere, akin to entering a peach blossom garden, we have designed a captivating water curtain landscape at the entrance of the hotel’s main building. Guests are greeted by a rejuvenating waterfall as they make their way into the hotel, providing a refreshing and invigorating welcome that sets the tone for the rest of their stay.
The design of the wooden villa hotel takes advantage of the natural terrain, with each wooden villa thoughtfully situated to offer guests an excellent view. The scattered layout of the villas, in harmony with the mountain landscape, creates a sense of seclusion and privacy, allowing guests to fully immerse themselves in the serene natural surroundings.
Location: Shiyan City, Hubei Province, China
Area: 15,000 ㎡
Status: Schematic Design
Design Finish Year: 2011