Located in the foothills of the Conghua Phoenix Mountains, Imperial Springs offers a comfortable retreat amidst the hot spring valley in Guangdong. Imperial Springs’ expansive grounds stretches over 2.8 million square meters and includes hot springs, tennis courts, multiple pools, fitness center, museum, and a 27-hole golf course. All suites have in-floor heating, stereo, air conditioning, complimentary mini bar, WIFI, walk-in wardrobe and 24-hour butler service. Chefs prepare Asian and Western cuisine at six dining venues around the property, and there are also in-room dining options available. Imperial Springs is a one-hour drive from Guangzhou International Airport.
History: Long favored in Chinese high society, Imperial Springs has hosted all manner of leaders and dignitaries from around the world.
Location: Imperial Springs sits among the Phoenix Mountains in beautiful Conghua - just an hour from Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.
Service: Every whim is attended to with a 24-hour dedicated butler service.
Imperial Springs’ villas and suites combine classic imperial Chinese style with modern convenience. Designed to evoke a sense of space and peace, all are fully equipped with amenities - not forgetting guests’ every need is catered to by the dedicated butlers.
Spread over 1173 square feet, this spacious suite features underfloor heating throughout. The king-sized bedroom has a large en-suite bathroom and the large balcony leads to the private swimming pool.
This one-bedroom villa features a separate 2487-square-foot reception room and offers all modern amenities. Guests can relax in their own jacuzzi, sauna and steam room and enjoy direct access to the property’s famed hot springs.
With four king-sized bedrooms and a vast 7880-square-foot reception room, this palatial villa is ideal for families or groups. As well as all the standard facilities, guests will enjoy soaking in the private pool, hot springs, or relaxing in the steam room and sauna.
Guests at Imperial Springs will want for nothing, whether their stay is for business or pleasure. From the relaxing spa, hot springs and pools, to the fascinating museum and fully-equipped conference facilities, everything is designed with ease in mind.
Designed by professional golfing legend Colin Montgomerie, the 27-hole course is a lush, green paradise for golfers. From the vast clubhouse and Executive Tee-off Villas, to the automated, driverless golf carts - everything is designed to the highest spec.
For meetings and events, the hotel’s facilities are unsurpassed and are home to some of the world’s most famous summits. From video conferencing capability and executive boardrooms, to the 450-seat auditorium and the elegant ballroom, every kind of event can be hosted.
Fitness regimes may be easily maintained at Imperial Springs’ state-of-the-art gym, fully equipped with cardio machines and weights.
The natural mineral waters of the Phoenix Mountains have long been sought for their healing properties. Imperial Springs harnesses the health-giving power within its enormous outdoor hot spring complex, comprised of six pools - each set in its own landscape.
Guests are in good hands at the resort’s spa which features seven treatment rooms and three spa villas. A team of fully-trained staff are on hand to administer a range of body and facial therapies to relax and rejuvenate.
Set in the resort’s beautiful grounds, the private museum boasts the largest collection of historic artifacts in southern China. Four exhibition halls showcase treasures including art, porcelain and rare antiquities, and private tours can be arranged.
Guests can choose from indoor and outdoor lap pools for an invigorating swim whatever the weather, or hot and cool spa pools to soak away any aches and pains, all while enjoying the stunning surroundings.
Guests looking to see more of the region can take advantage of the hotel’s chopper, which can provide stylish shuttle services to and from anywhere within range - including Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport.
Fine dining is an every-day pleasure at Imperial Springs, where chefs create exquisite dishes with the finest attention to detail. Guests can dine in the restaurants and bars or in their elegant accommodation, thanks to the 24-hour butler service.
A full menu of pan-global cuisine is on offer at the hotel’s flagship restaurant. At Imperial Palace, Asian and western dishes are prepared with flair, and for an authentic flavor, guests can sample the cuisine of Chaozhou.
A satisfying menu of light bites and snacks, not to mention a range of delicious cocktails and drinks, are available at the hotel’s poolside bar. It is perfect for guests who find themselves peckish or in need of refreshment after an invigorating swim.
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