Photo credit: Weiqi Jin | Vague Edge Architectural Design
Beijing-based Duoxiangjie Architectural Design wanted to create something special for the Mufu and Lianyu mountains in China. So, they came up with Eagle Rock Cliffs at the Pingjian Homey Wild Luxury Hotel. Simply put, this complex consists of three separate buildings: Dinghui, Ziyahui, and Yanshang. Each one has its own distinctive feel, but all offer breathtaking views of the surrounding landscape.
At 400-feet-long, the Dinghui curves around a natural plain and is comprised of luxurious guests suites, complete with access to an incredible open-air infinity swimming pool. This would be an excellent place for breakfast in the pool should you so fancy or dare.
The oval-shaped Yanshang building is located 115-feet below Dinghui on a small hilltop and has additional rooms, but has a rooftop wading pool instead of the infinity, which is still great for relaxing or soaking in the atmosphere.
The last structure, Ziyahui, is not a place you can stay, but rather an events center for things like weddings and musical performances. Regardless of which building you decide to stay in, all offer expansive terraces and viewing platforms.