Le Meridien Shimei Bay Beach Resort & Spa opens

Starwood Hotels has opened the Le Meridien Shimei Bay Beach Resort & Spa on Hainan Island in China

Le Méridien Shimei Bay Beach Resort & Spa
Le Méridien Shimei Bay Beach Resort & Spa

The 275-room resort is located on three miles of beach on the South China Sea. It offers three restaurants, three lounges and 25 villas.

Additional features include five meeting rooms, a ballroom with almost 560 sqm of space, and extensive spa facilities.

General manager Terry Ko said, This is a new destination for the traveller to discover on Hainan Island, and will become a stunning option.

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