'Discover Beijing' includes three nights' accommodation for two, daily breakfast, a complimentary Chinese tea ceremony, guided excursions to the Summer Palace, Forbidden City, Lama Temple and a traditional hutong, and a Summer Palace picnic breakfast.
• The 290-hectare Summer Palace is immediately adjacent to the resort. Built in 1750, it long served the Qing Dynasty as an imperial retreat during the hot summer months, and encompasses the contemplative Kunming Lake as well as a variety of palaces and gardens.
• The home of emperors since the Ming Dynasty, the Forbidden City is the physical core and historical heart of old Beijing.
• Lama Temple is one of the largest and most important Tibetan Buddhist monasteries in the world. The architecture and artworks of the temple combine Han Chinese and Tibetan styles.
• Beijing's hutongs are maze-like lanes between courtyard residences built in accordance with the principles of feng shui. They surround the Forbidden City and were designed in part to protect it.
Aman at Summer Palace, Beijing comprises a series of pavilions, some of which – originally used by guests of the Empress Dowager Cixi – date back over a century. Three restaurants serve Chinese, French kaiseki and Western cuisines, and other facilities include a lounge, bar, library, 37-seat cinema and boutique. The resort’s Aman Spa offers a variety of wellness treatments, including traditional Chinese therapies. It also houses a state-of-the-art gym, a Pilates and yoga studio, a juice bar, two squash courts and a 25-metre indoor lap pool.