Raffles Hainan to open in September in Clearwater Bay
Time:06-08-2013 views:3223 From:www.whatsonsanya.com
Next month, Raffles Hotels & Resorts will arrive at a new milestone as expands its collection to 10 hotels with the opening of Raffles Hainan – their second property in China.

The resort will open in Clearwater Bay, a new hotspot on the southeast coast of Hainan Island.

Under 500 square-kilometre development that encompasses the Raffles resort includes, two championship golf courses designed by US-based Schmidt-Curley Design located directly adjacent to Raffles, private residences, luxury retail, a cinema complex, yacht clubs and a 780-berth marina for sailing and water sports.

Raffles Hainan enjoys a prime beachfront location with 299 rooms – starting at 80sqm – and 32 villas, all with private balconies and scenic views of the ocean or golf course.

A large Raffles Spa offering both Asian and Western treatments, seven restaurants and bars, and private events spaces will sit alongside Hainan’s homage to the Long Bar at Raffles Singapore, in tribute to the Hainanese bartender who created the Singapore Sling.

Herbert Laubichler-Pichler, General Manager of Raffles Hainan said, “Raffles Hainan will be one of the most prestigious addresses on China’s popular holiday island as the first luxury opening on Clearwater Bay, the only resort adjoining championship golf courses and with Sanya’s largest guestrooms, all with sea-view balconies. With the addition of Raffles’ signature warm and graceful service embodied by the Raffles Butlers, we are setting a new luxury benchmark on the island.”

To celebrate its opening, guests at Raffles Hainan can stay three nights for the price of two until 30 November 2013. THe promotion includes a complimentary upgrade to a Grand Ocean View Room, round-trip airport transfers, welcome drink, daily buffet breakfast for two and late checkout until 6pm. Terms and conditions apply.
 

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