Wood, tribal totems and aquatic elements combine to create a serene and contemporary space at Rosewood Sanya.
The hotel is part of an integrated resort set within 40 acres (16 hectares) of landscaped gardens surrounding the Sanya Forum, the largest convention center in Haitang Bay.
The hotel’s 3,425 square meters of meeting space include a 1,500 square-meter pillar less grand ballroom and six function spaces. It also offers The Pavilion, a sophisticated residential-style venue with a spacious outdoor terrace offering full sea views.
Five restaurants and lounges offer up a variety of local and international cuisines, including sophisticated modern fare at East Kitchen; a stellar line-up of specialty cocktails, rare wines and carefully sourced craft beers in The Lounge; a vertiginous bar with a panoramic ocean view at HAI infinity pool bar, market-style restaurant The Fishmonger and seaside dining at The Chop House.
Rosewood’s focus on locality is evident throughout Rosewood Sanya, particularly through the hotel’s carefully curated artwork.
As guests enter the lobby, for example, they are greeted by several striking pieces of art work, the first a seven-metre-high abstract floral oil painting on canvas by Argentine-based artist Carlos Arnaiz and the second a unique and youthful creation by South Korean artist Byun Dae-young – Ice Cream Bear, and lastly, the Tower of Babel by Wuhan-based artist Ding Hao is placed in the corner of the arrival lobby.