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Situated in the heart of Qu Jiang New District, The Westin Xian is only a few steps from fascinating cultural sites as well as restaurants and an upscale shopping area. The Forest of Stone Steles Museum is home to a trove of stone tablets. The Qin Opera, China’s oldest form of opera, offers live insight into this inspiring ancient culture. Nearby, temples, tombs, and storied ruins, such as the Big Wild Goose Pagoda, reveal the city’s role as one of the Four Great Ancient Capitals of China. Just a few kilometers north, the 14th-century walls of the ancient inner city protect Xian’s renowned Bell Tower, the original capital’s geographic center, and the Drum Tower.
Just 30 kilometers east of the city sit the Terracotta Army vaults. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the vaults date back more than 2,000 years and house thousands of life-size terracotta warriors who protect the nearby tomb of China’s first emperor, Qin Shi Huang.
Guests can also quickly access the seats of several multinationals.
The Heavenly Spa by Westin™ completes the high-end product offer.
The on-site Xian Qujiang Museum of Fine Arts showcases exceptional Chinese art and antiquities. Over 7,000 square meters and three special exhibition halls with artifacts such as murals depicting China’s history through different dynasties as well as a rare collection of Ming and Qing Dynasty porcelain. Other highlights include the world’s only gold suit of armor and a rare stone Buddha head which measures nearly one meter high and dates to the Northern Qi Dynasty.