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Selection of Guanhaixuan Sea View Room
The large private balcony gives the room plenty of natural light, and the balcony offers an unobstructed view of the South China Sea, perfect for a relaxing afternoon reading or a small evening drink. Natural wood flooring, unique coconut fiber bedsides and artwork inspired by Sanya’s local minority culture create a deep Asian seaside feel. The bedroom has a king size bed, a selection of wooden tables and a soft, beautifully furnished decor. The marble bathroom is equally glamorous, with a separate bathtub, walk-in shower and elegant wash area, giving you a feeling of being in the spa, a place to relax.
SPA or Chinese massage + daily net red afternoon tea
The Sunset Bar offers a fine afternoon tea, including a variety of delicious desserts and delicious toon. Experience a relaxing and relaxing break with a classic afternoon tea at Sunset Bar. From traditional Chinese medicine treatments or spa trips that explore the world's spa techniques, experienced therapists will bring you the ultimate in luxury spa experience.
All-day wellness activities and health courses
Experience the oriental rhythm with Master Shaolin Kung Fu Masters every Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday. Follow the professional yoga teachers on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays and Saturdays to experience the unique charm of yoga. Experience fitness and fitness classes on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
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Richard A wrote a review Jul 2021
Barnard Castle, United Kingdom142 contributions89 helpful votes
The beach is not perfect but still worth a visit. Massive amount of the restaurants next to the beach take away the appeal. Very busy in parts. Could not see showers that worked. In the evening watched some surfers have some fun. Lots of stones about in the water other beaches are better for swimming.
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Date of experience: July 2021
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David C wrote a review Jul 2021
Shanghai, China1 contribution
I first visited Dadonghai a few years ago in 2017 and had a great time. At the time, the sand was wide open and well maintained and water was clean. It seems that it popularity has gotten ahead of it though. The cafes and bars now extend from one end of the beach to the other so there’s no longer any open space, natural area, or a decent tree line (shade) left. Quite a bit more garbage laying around than there used to be. Worst of all, the beach is now completely covered in dead coral, rocks, broken concrete, and bricks. As others have mentioned, the beach is frequently closed by the authorities as well. I’m quite disappointed by all the development here as I have such good memories from before. If I come back to Sanya I’ll be choosing another beach area.
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Date of experience: July 2021
kevin m wrote a review May 2021
Kunming, China98 contributions41 helpful votes
Very close to the downtown, nice resturants and bars around. It isn't for swimming as water isn't clean and very rocks are everywhere. Very suitable for water sports and enjoying the sunset .
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Date of experience: May 2021
Matt T wrote a review Apr 2021
Beijing, China11 contributions17 helpful votes
Had a great lunch and enjoyed watching all the different ways to appreciate the beach. East access with lots of choices for food and entertainment.
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Date of experience: April 2021
2 Helpful votes
SharkDoge wrote a review Sep 2020
119 contributions35 helpful votes
Dadonghai Beach is a nice, sandy beach with numerous restaurants and "beach bars" nearby (wouldn't really call these beach bars, more like tiny shops where you might be able to buy a beer or two). A few places offer sunbeds, but except for maybe one place that belongs to some hotel, the rest only have wooden sunbeds that are quite uncomfortable and somewhat dirty / old-looking. Now, to the main point: you won't be allowed near the water if the weather is a little windy or it's after 6:30 / 7:00pm. Lifeguards will forcibly close off the beach with ropes. Having stayed at a hotel nearby, we noticed that the beach was closed off about 3-4 times a week. The beach itself is otherwise great for a swim.
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Date of experience: August 2020
1 Helpful vote