"Sanya, described by some as the ""Hawaii of Asia"", is situated on the southern tip of Hainan Island giving it a perfect tropical climate. A noted tourist destination with its picturesque mountains and white sandy beaches, Sanya is also fast developing as an incentive and meeting destination. The favorable climate is hot in summer but warm in winter, attracting large numbers of tourists from the Chinese mainland and abroad every year who enjoy the unique tropical landscape that is totally different from the other provinces of China. Local dishes are abundant with seafood and tropical fruits all year round, also making Sanya a culinary treat. The rapidly developing economy has made Sanya much easier for visitors to reach with both domestic and international flights. You can also take a train from the mainland, transferring by ferry to Hainan Island, and onward to Sanya"

Our hotels in Sanya

Luxury hotels

2.75 k.m from the city centre

Located beside the famous "Yemeng Changlong", 10 minutes' drive to the airport and city Centre, the hotel features 467 guest rooms and terraces with s...

Luxury hotels

13.45 k.m from the city centre

Located in the heart of Yalong Bay Resort District, Pullman Sanya Yalong Bay Villas & Resort is 45 mins' drive to the airport, 30 mins to downtown and...

Luxury hotels

26.60 k.m from the city centre

Reminiscent of South France's Riviera, Sofitel Sanya Leeman Resort welcomes you to experience the "French art de vivre" in Sanya. Witness the sunrise ...

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