Mandarin Oriental, Sanya
The Mandarin Oriental, Sanya (simplified Chinese: 三亚文华东方酒店; traditional Chinese: 三亞文華東方酒店) is a luxury resort located in Sanya City on the southeastern coast of the island of Hainan, People's Republic of China. The 296-room resort opened in 2009 and is managed by Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group. The hotel contains 10 restaurants and bars as well as the 3,200 m2 (34,000 sq ft) Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Sanya.
Sometimes referred to as “the Chinese Hawaii”, this resort area has earned a reputation as a top tourist destination.
Sanya Phoenix International Airport is reachable from a variety of major domestic cities including Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Beijing, Shanghai, Xian and Kunming, as well as a number of international destinations.
The Mandarin Oriental, Sanya is situated on Coral Bay and covers thirty acres of land with views of the South China Sea available from much of the property.
The resort operates 297 guest rooms including a number of duplex villas, each with dedicated butler service and infinity pools.
There are three pools located at the property, VISTA, ACTIVO, and TRANQUILLO offering lap swimming, recreational activities, and quietude, respectively.
The Mandarin Oriental, Sanya contains the Spa Village, home to The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Sanya, and the resident Shaolin kung fu master who teaches t'ai chi to guests in the mornings. Yoga and Qigong classes are also available.
The hotel features ten restaurants and bars, including a seafood restaurant – Fresh – and MOBlues – a cigar and whiskey lounge.
The Spa at Mandarin Oriental, Sanya encompasses a 3,200 m2 (34,000 sq ft) Spa Village with 18 treatment rooms, each of which has a private steam shower and outdoor bathtub. On premises, a licensed doctor administers traditional Chinese Medicine.