Xinglong Treasure Island Hotspring Hotel

Address: No.1 Hot Spring Avenue, Wanning, Hainan, 571533, China | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on No.1 Hot Spring Avenue, Wanning.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsXinglong Treasure Island Hotspring Hotel Wanning

    Reviewed by mbryred

    Off the foreigners beaten path

    Reviewed Jan 20, 2011
    by (10 reviews) Hillsboro , United States Flag of United States

    We arrived simultaneously with a large tour group but went up to a lady who turned out to be the assistant manager. I think I spoke more Chinese there than she or anyone else spoke English. Still, she got us our reserved room, at the C-trip rate, on our Hunan Debit Card, with a 700 RMB deposit. We stayed in Villa #3 and bellhops carried our bags out for us. We had to access Internet in their business office, using their computer, at 4 yuan/hour. They had an English menu (1) and the food was nice. The grounds are beautiful and there's a golf driving range and green. We rented 2 bikes for an hour, at 15 yuan each, taken out of our deposit. The biggest disappointment, other than communications, was no hot springs, sauna or any such thing, as advertised. I just saw this review was the 3rd Google hit under "Xinlong, Hainan hotels." If you're reading this, and you want to go to Xinlong, knowing what we know, we'd have stayed at the Old Banyan Hotel for about 435 yuan a night, but real luxury! Le Meridien, on Shimei Bay, may be nicer, but 3x the cost.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews Xinglong Treasure Island Hotspring Hotel Wanning

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