New luxury resort in China is bigger than Monaco

 

A supremely luxurious five-star property has recently opened in southern China, located on its own private 2.8 million square metre estate, an area larger than Monaco. Featuring traditional Chinese architecture, Imperial Springs Resort is situated in the mountainous region of Conghua on the site of natural hot thermal springs long recognised for their healing qualities.

Imperial Springs Resort

The property, which can easily be reached within an hour of Guangzhou International Airport, offers guests an impressive range of facilities and amenities including 37 courtyard villas and 90 suites with 24 hour butler service, Phoenix Mansion (the presidential villa, with its own 28 guest rooms), The Kingold Museum housing over 20,000 priceless Chinese artefacts, The Imperial Spa (with Chinese, Thai and Turkish therapies), a 27-hole championship golf course designed by Colin Montgomerie and a choice of six restaurants each offering a different culinary experience.

Imperial Springs Resort fountain

The resort’s 90 spacious suites have access to a private swimming pool whilst the 37 villas offer a further degree of exclusive separate living space with a private outdoor pool, a Jacuzzi and access to the hot springs. All guests receive 24 hour butler service.

Phoenix Mansion, the property’s presidential villa, so named because it sits atop Phoenix Mountain, is as beautiful as it is exclusive, offering its occupants no less than 28 guest rooms.

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