Once the capital of China, Hangzhou is a city that is rich in ancient history and flowing in natural beauty. The Travels of Marco Polo describes Hangzhou as a city beyond dispute the finest and the noblest in the world. Today it is still known as being one of the most prosperous cities in China and famous for its Longjing (Dragon Well) Tea. South of Xihu (The West Lake) and along Jiuxi (Nine Creek) lies the tranquil Millennium Resort Hangzhou, quietly nestled among the famous tea plantations and ancient forests. The perfect setting for a corporate retreat or relaxing weekend, the surroundings allow you to unwind from a fast-paced city lifestyle. Choose to rejuvenate in our well-appointed spa, relax around the poolside after a swim, enjoy a workout in the gym or take a scenic walk along the many tree-shaded paths and cycling tracks. With a minimum size of 45 sq m, the 151 guest rooms and suites are light and spacious, and designed with a contemporary aesthetic. All rooms come with private balconies from where you can enjoy nature's calm, the gentle rustling of the forest, and the crisp, clean mountain air. A number of cuisine options is available for your dining pleasure, including an all-day dining restaurant, 7 private dinning rooms, authentic Longjing tea service, a large bar with live music, and 24-hour room service. For events and meetings, the resort offers a ballroom that can cater for up to 280 people, as well as four smaller function rooms.