Atlantis Sanya has opened in China

The underwater world inspired entertainment resort in Haitang Bay features 1,314 guest rooms and suites.

Atlantis Sanya
Atlantis Sanya

The new Atlantis Sanya resort features five uniquely-designed Underwater Suites, a now globally-recognised feature of the Atlantis brand.

Located on Hainan Island, known as the Hawaii of China, Atlantis Sanya offers guests culinary choices from all over the world, including Gordon Ramsay’s Bread Street Kitchen & Bar.

From quick bites, casual dining, expansive buffets, specialty restaurants and celebrity chef dining, the resort has 21 restaurants, lounges and bars to choose from.

Overlooking the South China Sea, Atlantis Sanya also boasts one of the largest open-air aquariums in the world, The Ambassador Lagoon, which is home to more than 86,000 species of marine life.

Guests can enjoy the 200,000-square metre Aquaventure Waterpark, or visit the 1,800-seater theatre at Dolphin Cay.

 

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