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InterContinental One Thousand Island Lake Resort
The knot is in the human world, and there is no car and horse. Thousand Island Lake is a holiday resort where many people enjoy watching the lake. The InterContinental Resort Thousand Island Lake lives alone on the Lushan Peninsula. The hotel's private 10km winding road makes the hotel far away from the dust, one island and one hotel. The hotel blends in with the natural scenery of the island. It is said that all the landscaping and greening of the hotel are made of ready-made grass and trees on the island, which is also to maintain the original ecological environment. When you walk into the lobby, you can see the 360-degree round transparent glass window that gives you a panoramic view of the lake. Most of the lobby furnishings are made of solid wood, bamboo and rattan and fabric, and the design concept of closeness to nature is everywhere. The round glass window on the side of the lobby is the hallmark of the hotel. Almost every person who comes to Intercontinental Thousand Island Lake will take a photo of this window. At different times, different skylight colors are reflected. The rooms that are bright and bright have a lot of solid wood elements, which are both environmentally friendly and luxurious. But if you live by the lake or the beach, as long as the price is not too far off the mark, I will choose the lake view room or the sea view room, so that you can enjoy the skylight clouds, sunrise and sunset, with a cup of tea or a cup without leaving the house. Coffee, with your family, slowly savour the scenery in front of you, so that is the ultimate pursuit of vacation. As one of the best parent-child hotels in Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Shanghai, there is also the killer of the largest indoor indoor beaver theme park in China. It is also the most detailed hotel park in terms of age for children.
Shirley Zhu