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Mandarin Oriental Sanya Opens with Free Night Promotion

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Mandarin Oriental has officially opened its latest hotel in Sanya, China. The Mandarin Oriental, Sanya is situated at Sanya city on Hainan island, a popular holiday destination.

 Sharing the same latitude as Hawaii, Sanya offers a tropical climate with year-round sunshine, sandy beaches, clear waters, authentic cultural activities, and excellent golf and water sports facilities. Set among 12 hectares of private beachfront site, Mandarin Oriental, Sanya is situated in the sheltered Coral Bay near the citys shopping and entertainment area, Dadonghai, with sweeping views of the South China Sea.

The 297-room Mandarin Oriental, Sanya features a series of private low rise and villa accommodation with ocean views, some featuring individual pools, patios and gazebos. There are 11restaurants and bars, an extensive spa village with private treatment suites and gardens, a large recreation centre with childrens facilities and over 3,800 sq m of indoor and outdoor conference and banqueting space, providing guests with the perfect destination getaway whether for business or pleasure.

To celebrate the opening of the resort, Mandarin Oriental, Sanya has introduced a special opening promotion that is available until 30 September 2009. Under the promotion, guests can enjoy a complimentary room night when they stay with Mandarin Oriental, Sanya for two consecutive nights or more.

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