Situated on the South-west Coast of Hainan Island and in the heart of a new mega resort development, the Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Hainan Longmu Bay is the newest addition to Wyndham’s signature brand portfolio in China, and also the first International 5 star hotel opened in the Guoxin Longmu Bay International Resort District.


Approximately one hour’s drive from the Sanya Phoenix Airport and 20 minutes from the Hainan Jiangfengling National Forest Park, the Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Hainan Longmu Bay offers a perfect place for business, meetings, conferences and leisure.


The opulent décor enriched by Southeast-Asia influences ensure the guests can enjoy an atmosphere of absolute tranquility in 362 oversized luxuriously appointed guest rooms, including 38 suites and 1 presidential suite. The 6 Restaurants and Bars offer views of an eco-friendly oasis with extensive water features and gardens both inside and outside. From a hearty breakfast, to after-dinner cocktails and everything in between, we create options that are catered especially for you. The hotels 1,080 square meter pillar-less Grand Ballroom and 8 multi functional Meeting Rooms are all equipped with high-tech audio-visual equipment to meet every events needs.


Over 240° of the hotels picturesque grounds are bordered by manmade seawater canals with the main canal running through property between Noah Touch Spa villas and the hotels main building, all of which give an air of relaxation and tranquility in a beautiful setting. Walk along the canals from the hotel to the Fisherman’s Wharf to enjoy shopping, or continue down to the beach for some water activities and then finally end the day by witnessing a perfect Hainan sunset on the private beach.


With the unique destination as well as its featured facilities and service, the Wyndham Grand Plaza Royale Hainan Longmu Bay was awarded the “Best New Opening Hotel” in the 8th Golden Olive Award by the China International Hotel industry in the June, 2013.


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