Previously exclusively open only to the world’s most elite and distinguished dignitaries, Imperial Springs has finally opened its prestigious doors to the world, inviting international guests to experience the exclusive retreat in its private and luxurious setting for the first time ever.
Just a 40 minute drive from Guangzhou Airport, the resort is nestled in the foothills of the legendary Phoenix Mountain in Guangzhou’s beautiful Conghua District. Renowned for its health and wellbeing properties, Conghua’s clean fresh air, open blue skies, lush vegetation and natural hot springs has attracted the world’s most prestigious leaders to reap the health benefits of its pristine environment.
Since its opening in 2011, Imperial Springs International Summit Hotel, as it was then called, has hosted several high level summits, welcoming and hosting esteemed leaders from all over the world, such as former US President Bill Clinton and former Australian Prime Ministers, John Howard and Kevin Rudd.
Today, Imperial Springs is China’s premier all-suites hotel, and for the very first time is offering international guests the rare opportunity to discover the secrets of what makes this resort so unique, inviting them to indulge in the ultimate peaceful and private holiday.
Focused on superior luxury and privacy, this highly coveted six-star resort features 90 spacious suites and 37 courtyard-style villas, guaranteeing the private space of each guest, and each one complete with its very own 24-hour private butler service, committed to ensuring the highest standard of service at all times.
Designed in modern Imperial Tang style architecture, each villa is equipped with its own living room, private outdoor swimming pool, natural hot spring pool, Jacuzzi and massage area, and a private courtyard with lush, scenic landscaping, while the suites have a spacious balcony enjoying expansive views, large Jacuzzi and various other luxurious high-end facilities.
Sitting in the middle of Conghua hot springs valley, guests can enjoy indoor and outdoor, hot and cold pools, as well as the designated modern Chinese-style hot spring area of the resort, offering six radon-enriched hot spring pools, each in its own unique landscape, ideal for rejuvenating both mind and body.
Covering 246 hectares, the retreat also boasts a luxurious spa offering world-class treatments in its seven specialised treatment rooms and eight spa villas, a 27-hole golf course with driverless buggies, the palatial Presidential villa containing 28 luxury suites, its very own museum boasting the largest collection of Chinese artefacts in the world, tennis courts, fitness centre, and six fine dining restaurants, offering the very best in Chinese and Western cuisines to satisfy even the most discerning of taste buds.