The 337-room Shangri-La Hotel, Haikou on Hainan Island has opened for business.

Located seaside amidst a sprawling lush tropical garden, the luxury hotel offers sea views, a full range of urban resort amenities, and extensive event and meeting venues.

The Shangri-La Hotel, Haikou caters extensively to the meetings and wedding markets with a convenient location adjacent to the Hainan International Exhibition Centre.

One of the hotel’s stand-out venues is the Hall of Splendour, which is set in the hotel’s 30,000-square-metre tropical garden and features dramatic floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the sea. The property’s 986-square-metre Grand Ballroom is pillar free and is one of the largest among the city’s starred hotels. In total the hotel offers 2,400 square metres of meeting and conference space.

Shangri-La Hotel, Haikou also features brand signatures such as spacious, well-appointed guestrooms; complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the hotel; an enticing array of restaurants, and a full complement of leisure and recreational facilities, including outdoor and indoor swimming pools, natural hot spring pools, a gym, tennis court and a spa.

Restaurants range from Sirena, an Italian seafood restaurant, to the lively Café Kool with its chef-manned cooking stations featuring an array of international cuisine. The hotel’s Shang Palace serves authentic Cantonese cuisine and Hainan specialities.

To celebrate its debut, Shangri-La Hotel, Haikou is offering an opening package through 31 March 2013 that starts from Rmb 1,350 per night and includes a stay in a Deluxe Sea View Room, daily buffet breakfast for two and a RMB 500 food and beverage credit. The offer is subject to a two night minimum stay and a 15% tax and service charge. Terms and conditions apply.

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