The St. Regis Sanya Yalong Bay Resort

  • Yalong Bay National Resort District
  • Sanya Yalong Bay,
  • Hainan
  • 572016
  • China
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Altersvoraussetzung

Gäste des Resorts müssen mindestens 16 Jahre alt sein, um sich registrieren zu können. Minderjährige müssen von einem Erwachsenen begleitet werden.

Rated 3.6 out of 5 by 33 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by A Very Enjoyabl Experience When You Come With the Right Expectations The hotel is nicely located at the west end of the famous Yalong beach, and it’s adjacent to the marina and yacht club. The guest could potentially arrive via waterway if needed. There are well appointed sun beds, cabanas, as well as nice decks, pathways, etc. along the private beach of the hotel. The hotel gardens and villas are marvelously designed. There are swimming pools all around. One of the large pools was heated to 30°C which makes it very comfortable to swim even in the coldest days. The only thing that makes this hotel looks somewhat lacking the St. Regis classiness was those bright yellow colored multi-story columns on the main building and wings. There are many staffs on the property, and all of them are very friendly and eager to help. You may get 3-4 different people helping but wouldn’t know who suppose to be your butler. I was disappointed that on the day of departure, someone at the front desk rang me at around 2pm (woke me up from my afternoon nap) asking me to check out, disregarding the fact that I was confirmed to check out at 4pm. Guest rooms are quite large and very comfortable. In room amenities are exactly what you would have expected from a St. Regis. However, privacy could be tricky. From your patio, you may get not only have a good view of the ocean, the garden, the pools, but also a very clear view of some other guest rooms. Since the bathtub is located on the patio through transparent glasses, you could enjoy a nice ocean view while taking a bath, however, only if you don’t mind showing off yourself to others at the same time. Be careful when using the glass teapot in your room. The stainless steel lid does not have a knob on it, by design. So it’s a challenge trying to open it to add hot water when the teapot is already hot. I raised this issue to one of the managers already and he acknowledged the problem and promised to address it in the near future. Breakfast at the Social is very nice. Try to get a table outside. Sitting in the morning sun with water fountains around you is a real delight - you will also have a great view of the ocean and the palm tree lined garden. Just to level set the expectations – it’s a buffet breakfast with a variety of selections as would expect from a St. Regis, but there is nothing outstanding as far as the food itself is concerned. Fine dinning at the Driftwood Seafood Restaurant is highly recommended. This restaurant is at a separate structure near the beach. All the key ingredients were imported from different places around the world, and the head Chef is a German. This restaurant really exceeded my expectations. The food is absolutely excellent and the restaurant manager is very attentive. The hotel is designed to be kids friendly - playground and Children’s room are very spacious and with abundance of materials that could keep the little ones entertained. Overall, with some fine tuning, I believe this hotel could be one of top three most exquisite hotels in Sanya. I would recommend this hotel – just come with the right expectations. December 20, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by The best location on Yalong bay The St Regis Yalong Bay is probably my favourite hotel in Hainan so far. It has the perfect location because its on the end of Yalong Bay and is right next to the mountains separated by a lot of palm trees from the resort next door. It also has a marina in the back which means the hotel is surrounded by water. I stayed in their marina view room which is the standard there and it was very impressive. When you step out onto the balcony you have water and mountain views. The room has a bathroom that is nearly half the size of the entire room itself! The in room sound system with iPod dock was very good too, it actually has a sub woofer built into the cabinet with two speakers and since no one was around I turned it up pretty loud. The internet was free. The butler service is available for all rooms, you have a butler window next to the door. You can leave your laundry or shoes in there, press a button, they will clean and polish everything then return it without disturbing you. My butler even went to the city and bought me a specific cold medicine on her day off which shows how good the service really is. December 19, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent place The room is luxurious. Everything is perfect. There is immense beautiful beaches, big swimming pool, and occasional singing performance. It is indeed worth the price. June 8, 2014
Rated 2 out of 5 by Western Service Lacking Crab cakes with no crab! Mojito drink with no mint leaves, substituting Creme de Menthe....ick! Vegetable and Feta cheese sandwich with no Feta cheese. Very much Western 5 star Hotel Extortion prices for food but no discount for key missing ingredients. Complaints met with extreme confusion with limited English. Painful 5 days of Hotel Eating. Wanted to cry at the final bill as none of these pricey meals was memorable. Getting to restaurants outside of the hotel very difficult. April 8, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Vacation Experience!` Sunny (General Manager) and his staff took great care of us during our 3 nights stay at the resort during the busy Qingming holiday weekend. As a 15 year SPG member and the past 7 years as a Platinum member, they upgraded us to a Beach Villa despite us staying this time solely with points. This hotel is new thus not everything was working like a well-oiled machine but it is clear that in due time, it will be the best resort in Hainan. April 4, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by nice hardware and location but the service... Hotel is situated at a nice location and the facility is equipped with some very good hardware. As to the service, it is really subpar to say the least. Upon arrival, there was no one in the lobby to greet the guest. The staff at check-in/check-out desk was inexperience and poorly trained. No offer standard greeting gift for platinum member. When I asked for late check-out, it was declined initially without checking membership status. The day we check-out, hotel staff showed up 30 minutes late to help with the luggage after 2 calls (not counting the call I made in the morning to request that). Our stay overlapped with Bo'ao Asia Forum. There was traffic control due to security reason. To go to the airport, everyone had to take hotel shuttle bus to the security checkpoint which is about 5-10 min away from hotel. I requested a day earlier for hotel car waiting for us at checkpoint to take us to airport. When we got there, no hotel car was available!? AND there were a group of unknown drivers (not taxi driver, they claimed they worked for a different hotel nearby) they tried to strong-arm us to use their service and threatened the hotel staff not to interfere! All in all, I am extremely disappointed with the service. I have never stayed in a St. Regis that is this bad... April 8, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by The Standard ? My wife and I planned a week long get-away to our favorite hotel brand the "St. Regis". Although tolerance is usually expected for newly opened hotel, seriously lacking the exquisite St. Regis service makes my holiday a memorable one in a disaster way. To name a few, I wasn't greeted by my butler during or after my check-in, actually no one ever introduced himself as my butler anyway. When I called for service, around 5-6 different people dropped by, I guess probably one of them will be my butler. The first thing I saw in my room is a dead cockroach in the center of the bath room. Shortly after, 2 guys rang the door bell, and opened the door right after, which caught my wife by surprise. After that another service man came over to apologize and asked if we are checking out.... Despite all the unpleasant surprises, the F&B's lived up to the brand's high standard. "Social", and "Ming" is a recommendable diner. While we expect to end the day with a pleasant mood, we found ourselves sweating in our room, and the air-con shows 25 degree for the whole night. After talking to the duty manager, he said that they will turn off the cooling system when outside temperature drops to 24.5 degree. He said he's sorry, and he can't turn on the cooling. I have seen this a lot in lower ranking hotels in China, and I could never expect this to happen in a St.Regis. I always believe hospitality is one of the core value of this brand, but I am not offered the choice of air-con in this St.Regis. My mood is spoiled, so is my vacation,and I will not recommend this hotel to anyone in the foreseeable future. December 6, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great hotel and facilities now, and will be "excellent" when the staff catch up This is a superbly designed and appointed hotel, with classic St Regis levels of comfort. It is still very young - a couple of months or so, evidenced externally by all the palm trees being recently planted and all kept upright by string and wooden shores, and sadly evidenced internally by the staff's level (or lack of level) of English. In fairness I point out that I did raise this with the GM (when prompted for comments by Matthias) during my stay, but the Concierge desk especially really struggled to cope with even my clear, unaccented English. This is unforgivable as the Concierge (along with the front desk) is the prime point of contact with guests seeking help. Time after time I got: 1st the "Rabbit in the Headlights" expression, 2nd a wild guess that I wanted a taxi and then 3rd "I get someone"..... 75% of the waiting staff in Driftwood went through the same process (but without the offer of a taxi!). It might be true that non-Chinese only represent 12% guests at present, but that won't increase if one can't make oneself understood. The location in itself is superb, but it's a LONG way from town. If you're happy being hotel-bound in a luxurious hotel, then it's fine. I was there over Easter and Social, the buffet breakfast outlet was packed with families and children. Then somehow they evaporated for 23 hours before re-appearing for breakfast again! It's a St Regis resort, so children are to be expected, but for 95% day they are unobtrusive. The buffet breakfast spread was very extensive and whilst the usual staples were there every day, the chef rang the changes to keep the selection fresh over the week I was there The beach is clean and "cosy". It's as wide as Waikiki, which is to say not wide at all! But in April the water was clean, warm and safe. I had one meal at the Chinese restaurant, Ming Xuan, which was superb. Every dish was beautifully presented and tasty. Service was very good. The lobby architecture feels as roomy (cavernous even) as Grand Central Station. It's a superb location for a lazy afternoon tea, looking out over the lawn and sea, but I'd give the Drawing Room a miss in the evening, as the 4 staff struggled to serve 4 tables as they kept ordering complicated drinks like "whisky and soda".......... The rooms are superb and just as you would expect of a St Regis. I had no problem with the ocean view bath - anyone offended by watching me bath/shower should actually just stop watching! I had a very relaxing week, and would certainly return, once I have proof that the staff have finished and passed their English 101 course April 16, 2012
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