Swissôtel Hotels and Resorts has revealed details of its newest hotel, which is to be built at a luxury golf resort in Sanya – the southernmost part of Hainan Island in China.
Swissôtel will manage a 300-bedroom hotel at Sanya Dragon Valley Hot Spring and Golf Resort, which includes one of the most exclusive 18-hole golf courses in the region.
Hotel facilities will include a Pürovel Spa & Sport-branded wellness spa, four restaurants, a large outdoor swimming pool and more than 2,000sq m (21,500sq ft) of event and conferencing space.
The Pürovel Spa & Sport will cover up to 2,500sq m (26,910sq ft) of floor space and boast a minimum of five treatment rooms. Other wellness facilities include a health and fitness suite.
Due to open in 2015, Swissôtel Sanya will form part of a large mixed-use development at the RMB6bn (US$940m, 777m euro, £606m) Dragon Valley Resort, which spans 267 hectares (660 acres) and is owned by Hainan Zhongdu Real Estate Development (HZRED).
The development also houses the Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business, more than 1,000 luxury villas and 80,000sq m (861,000sq ft) of boutiques, retail shops, restaurants and entertainment areas.
HZRED chair Xu Zexian said: "We have successful experiences in operating world-renowned large scale real-estate and tourism related projects.
"With the professional management experience of Swissôtel Hotels and Resorts and the joint efforts of both parties, Swissôtel Sanya is fated to become the landmark project in the International Tourism Island."
Swissôtel Hotels and Resorts is owned by FRHI Holdings, a global hotel company with 102 hotels operating worldwide under the Raffles, Fairmont and Swissôtel brands.
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