The Mangrove Tree Resort in Sanya Bay, the biggest resort in China, made its debut on September 19th this year and has become one of the most glamorous gathering spots in Sanya Bay for travelers.

Covering a building area of 700,000 sqm, the hotel offers more than 4,500 exquisitely designed guest rooms and suites, roughly equivalent to two Venetian Macao-Resort-Hotels and ten 5-star hotels.

The opened section is the first part of the hotels lay out and makes up one quarter of the total, with a capacity of 1,500 guest rooms.

Built and marketed as the biggest resort in China, Mangrove Tree Resort Sanya Bay will define a new standard of exceptional luxury and bespoke services for visitors with superb aquatic facilities and entertainment on offer.

The resort’s leisure water park is inspired by the concept of Wild Wadi Aqua Park, the largest water park and one of the most popular attractions in the Middle East. The water park in Sanya Bay is set to be the largest water-themed park in China, with a construction area of 30,000 sqm.

The resort boasts a giant banquet hall which is large enough to accommodate 4,000 people, as well as a conference room large enough to seat 6,000 people.

The resort also offers a world of luxury experiences, with a business street of 80,000 meters in length and the world’s largest art gallery, and a 360-degree 3D panoramic screen for visitors who want to take their holiday experience to the next level.

The establishment of Mangrove Tree Resort Sanya Bay greatly differs from the traditional hospitality industry which simply relies on the natural scenery. Speaking of the hotel’s future, investors showed their confidence by comparing it to that of the 7-year-old Mangrove Tree Resort in Yalong Bay, which enjoys an annual gross profit of 64%, surpassing the figure of the best operated hotel in the world. 
 

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