Couple of months ago, a new luxurious five-star resort, fit for a Chinese emperor, opened in the foothills of the Conghua Phoenix Mountains – the heart of the prime hot thermal Spring Valley in Guangdong. Located within the reach of the Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport, the Imperial Springs Resort sits on an impressive 2.8 million square metre estate – an area larger than the principality of Monaco.
The resort offers guests impressive facilities and amenities including 37 courtyard villas with a exclusive living space with private outdoor pool, Jacuzzi and access to the hot springs whilst the 90 palatial suites have access to a private swimming pool. All structures are inspired by traditional Chinese architecture and there is a 24-hour butler service for all guests.
Sitting atop the Phoenix Mountain, the presidential villa – Phoenix Mansion is exclusive and has its own separate 28 guest rooms. The Imperial Spa provides guests with a uniquely relaxing experience based on Chinese, Thai and Turkish inspired therapeutic treatments; the Kingold Museum houses over 20,000 priceless Chinese artefacts and a choice of six restaurants offering different culinary experiences.
Guests can unwind at the resort’s Colin Montgomerie designed world class 27-hole championship golf course, located in the heart of the mountain and surrounded by clear freshwater streams. No matter your choice, the Imperial Springs Resort allows you to experience in a way like no other.