Sleep Above The Clouds At The Eagle Rock Cliffs Hotel

Sep 5, 2019

Category: Living

Atop the undulating mounds of Earth between the Mufu and Lianyu mountains in China are living spaces with heavenly views. Part of the Pingjiang Homey Wild Luxury Hotel, the Eagle Rock Cliffs project by Duoxiangjie Architectural Design is a breathtaking escape surrounded by natural wonders, such as rivers, bamboo forests, and hill stones.

Eagle Rock Cliffs consists of three buildings: the Dinghui, Ziyahui, and Yanshang. The Dinghui is a horizontal structure that’s 400-feet long with a roof at the climax of a ridge. Inside you’ll find luxury suites and living areas that provide stunning views along with a curved path that leads to an open-air infinity swimming pool. About 115 feet below the Dinghui is the oval-shaped Yanshang building, which offers a group of hotel rooms built around a central hallway. The Yanshang also features a breakfast room, large skylights, and a rooftop wading pool. Lastly, Ziyahui is a peach-shaped events center made to host various events, such as weddings and performances. If you’re looking to sleep in the clouds, keep your eye on this breathtaking project.

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