Four Points By Sheraton Hainan, Sanya stay + return flights
- 3D2N stay for 1 for $2,100
- Jul 16 - Aug 20, 2016: 3D2N stay for 1 for $2,400
Renaissance Sanya Resort & Spa stay + return flights
- 3D2N stay for 1 for $2,240
- Jul 16 - Aug 20, 2016: 3D2N stay for 1 for $2,530
Sheraton Sanya Resort stay + return flights
- 3D2N stay for 1 for $2,600
- Jul 16 - Aug 20, 2016: 3D2N stay for 1 for $2,890
Hotel at a glance
Four Points by Sheraton Hotel
Looking out to aquamarine waters, the hotel stands nestled amongst lush palm trees and shimmering shores. Alabaster walls dotted with glass windows house over 300 rooms furnished with an entertainment centre, bathroom amenities including a luxurious rainshower bath, and other basic amenities, while a a view of the lapping waves of the ocean or the landscaped gardens of the tropical garden shines through. In addition to recreation facilities such as an outdoor swimming pool, fitness centre, and tennis court, the hotel also offers a number of dining options ranging from restaurants serving authentic Chinese cuisine and Japanese cuisine to a lobby lounge where one can munch on light snacks before heading to the sky bar for thirst-quenching glasses wines, beers, and a variety of cigars as the silver rays of moonlight stretch across the rolling seas.
Renaissance Sanya Resort & Spa
Located a 15-minute drive from CDF Mall Haitang Bay, the world’s largest duty free mall, the hotel holds over 500 rooms, suites, and villas with balconies that look out to stunning views of the South China Sea. Guests kick back at the poolside, indulge in rejuvenating treatments at Quan Spa, or gather round the bowling alley for carefree games before noshing at one of the seven restaurants and bars offering a variety of Chinese cuisine, poolside grub of burgers, fresh seafood, and more. Evenings are reserved for leisurely strolls along pristine white beaches and crafting eco-centric visits to the local mangrove preservation zone and Yanoda Tropical Rainforest Tourism Park.
Sheraton Sanya Resort
Straddling briny ocean air and local sites with ease, the hotel places guests at the heart of Hainan Island within close proximity to the shimmering shores of the beachside, a golf course, and cultural attractions. As sunlight trickles in, sunbathers potter down to lounge beneath warm rays by one of the five pools, while aquatic adventurers scramble to the shoreside for bouts of snorkelling, scuba diving, kayaking, jet skiing, and other water activities. Tense bodies rejoice within the idyllic surroundings of the Mandara Spa with pampering sessions of soothing soaks in an oversized terrazzo bathtub, relaxing massages, and more spa treatments. Eager explorers keen to tour the island can make their way to the ancient Nanshan Temple, the Sanya Sea Shell Museum, and the Sanya Butterfly Valley, a enclosure filled with over 2,000 species of the butterflies.
Hong Kong – Sanya
- Departure: 11.10am
- Arrival: 12.45pm
Sanya – Hong Kong
- Departure: 1.45pm
- Arrival: 3.30pm
All times displayed in GMT +8. Schedule for reference only, subject to changes and availability
- Stay at Four Points By Sheraton Hainan, Sanya, Renaissance Sanya Resort & Spa, or Sheraton Sanya Resort
- Max. occupancy: 2 guests
- Room size, bedding, and facilities vary from hotel to hotel
Sanya, Hainan Islands: What to see and do
Bestowed with the title of the ‘Hawaii of China’ by its locals due to its premier beach status (and coincidentally-mutual latitude to its American namesake), Sanya is a haven for both middle-class Chinese families and Western vacationers seeking a tropical resort getaway. Divided into three distinct zones that make up Sanya proper, the Hainan destination divides its visitors into local and mainlanders heading for Sanya Bay, the European and American holiday-makers that populate Dadonghai Bay, and the clientele that subscribes to international hotel chains like Marriot and MGM Grand at Yalong Bay.
The sole city that is situated at the coastline, Sanya enjoys a bustling seafood practice called jia gong, a cooking service provided by restaurants when their patrons come in with their own parcel of live catch. Available for purchase at most wet markets, the fresh ingredients may be enjoyed with a plate of coconut rice, a Hainan signature dish whereby sticky rice is cooked within the coconut itself. Experience the ‘surf capital’ wave of Hainan as you discover why the island is famous for its year-long magnetism towards sea-lovers. Made for boarders, snorkellers, and paddle-boarders, Sanya’s waves also welcome the occasional parasailing, paragliding, and glass-bottomed boating. Inevitably a touristy destination, the sandy stretches make way for sightseeing pit-stops that begin to crowd from October onwards, and are made up of sea-standing statues, legend-bound deer parks, and circus-style shows featuring the local fauna.