The Mandarin Oriental, Sanya is located away from the Yalong Bay crowds, along 1.2 km (0.7 mi) of tranquil, secluded beach.
Guestrooms and private villas come tastefully decorated with accents of Hainan's ethnic minority culture and offer picturesque views of the South China Sea through sliding glass doors. For those who want a more intimate experience, pavilion rooms come with private terraces and daybeds. Villas offer luxurious seclusion with private infinity pools, outdoor showers and al fresco dining areas.
Dining at the Mandarin Oriental is no less grand, whether it's wood-and-coconut-husk-fired seafood at beachside Fresh, Mediterranean and Asian dishes at the all-day-dining restaurant Poolside Pavilion, Asian noodles like pulled la mian at the casual Mee & Mian or Cantonese cuisine beneath the carved wooden ceiling of Yi Yang Chinese restaurant.
The Mandarin Oriental offers tipplers a variety of options. In addition to drinks in the lobby lounge and half-sunken pool bar, guests can choose from a wide selection of single malt whiskeys or enjoy wine or cigars at MO Blues, while a memorable view of the sunset accompanies drinks at Sunset Bar. Tucked away in the hills surrounding the resort, the exclusive Cliff Lounge is open to those staying in private villas.
The 3,200sq. m Spa valley, located in a peaceful and beautiful tropical land. The treatments include the signature Oriental Essence, Thai, Aromatherapy, etc, which offers you a comprehensive experience to relieve and restore your body.
Guests can also keep fit with Chinese Shaolin kung fu taught by the hotel's resident kung fu master, who also leads guests through enjoyable tai chi and qi gong practice, as well as tea ceremonies. Guests working out at the fitness center or enjoying a dip in the swimming pool get free mineral water, fruit, cold towels and facial spray.
Extensive conference and events facilities are also available.