Atlantis launches USD 1.6 Billion Resort In China
Atlantis Sanya, the flagship resort on beautiful Hainan Island, opened its doors in time for Chinese New Year and welcomed its first guests. The much-anticipated opening of China’s first integrated entertainment resort is set to enhance Hainan’s incredible tourism proposition. Located on the Haitang Bay National Coast, Atlantis Sanya is the first Atlantis resort in China, joining the flagship Atlantis, The Palm in Dubai as well as The Royal Atlantis Resort & Residences in Dubai and Atlantis, Ko Olina in Hawaii, both currently in development.
Serge Zaalof, Chief Operating Officer Atlantis Resorts & Residences comments: “The Atlantis brand is known for unique, ocean-themed destinations offering a wide variety of entertainment experiences and Atlantis Sanya is no exception. The owner, Fosun International, is an incredible partner and together we have created a resort that offers unprecedented experiences to its guests.”
Atlantis Sanya encompasses 540,000 square meters of unparalleled excitement and larger than life experiences embodied in China’s newest luxury resort. Built around the myth of The Lost City of Atlantis and overlooking the spectacular South China Sea, the resort offers exhilarating water play on Aquaventure Waterpark’s twisting waterslides, exploration of the ancient Atlantis civilization at The Lost Chambers Aquarium, which spans two floors, alongside the exotic marine creatures that reside there, and a look into the largest open-air aquarium in the world, The Ambassador Lagoon, through a mesmerizing viewing platform.
During their stay at Atlantis, guests will be delighted to discover a wealth of impeccable dining choices at the resort with 21 different restaurants, cafes, lounges, and bars that include the signature Ossiano Underwater Restaurant and Bar, as well as celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s awarding winning Bread Street Kitchen and Bar. Atlantis also features a sophisticated and exclusive AHAVA spa, boutiques of world famous brands, a conference centre and multi-function ballrooms, ideal for all leisure and MICE events. Already a leading holiday destination, Sanya, Hainan Island will be transformed into the new pinnacle of entertainment in China with the addition of this new trailblazing landmark.