Park Hyatt Debuts Arched Wonders in Hainan Island, China
Spearheaded by renowned design-consultancy firm Denniston, the dramatically designed Park Hyatt Sanya Sunny Bay Resort is set to impress.
Famed hotel brand, Park Hyatt, has picked the tropical island of Hainan for their debut project in China, unveiling the Park Hyatt Sanya Sunny Bay Resort on 1st February 2015 amidst lofty views of lush landscaping and the adjoining Nan Hu Lake.
A 70,000 square meter architectural stunner, with design dreamed up by award-winning Belgian architect Jean-Michel Gathy of Denniston, the modernist development consists of six standalone arched buildings - a deliberate move to allow chi to flow unhindered from the ocean and mountains. Interconnected by expansive walkways, guests can move between the arches, whilst taking in paintings and sculptures for a mise en scène experience. The same artistic vibes hold true at the resort’s entrance, swathed in deep-red leather banquettes with infinity water features and luxuriously long tables peppered with objets d’art.
Sitting serenely like a private mansion serenaded by the South China Sea, the interiors of all 207 rooms and villas are designed with subtle Chinese sensibilities with panoramic windows stretching across the room to allow breathtaking beach and ocean views.
True to its beach resort status, five swimming pools allow you to fully enjoy your time in the sun, as does the white-sand private beach. Like a home away from home, dine at your choice of eight venues – ranging from the Dining Room, Cellar, Terrace, Cellar, Tea House and even at unique spaces such as the Pool Bar and Library.
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