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China: Dusit Thani Opens Hot Springs Resort in Guangzhou

Hospitality

The first hot springs resort opens on the outskirts of Guangzhou, the Southern China's city's first internationally branded hot springs resort and the first Dusit Deverana branded property to be launched in China.

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Treatment room at the Deverana Spa at the Dusit  Deverana Hot Springs and Spa Conghua Guangzhou. Photo Credit: Dusit International.

 

Dusit Devarana Hot Springs Spa Conghua Guangzhou resort has had its soft opening.

The hotel is the first Dusit Deverana branded propeprty to be launched in China. It is also the Southern Chinese city's first internationally branded lifestyle and hot springs luxury resort.

The resort has 133 villas and guestrooms, and all villas have private hot spring pools set amid tranquil landscaping.

The resort has 23 therapeutic, aromatic, splash and foot reflexology pools, as well as a hot stone relaxation room. Thai-inspired massage treatments are offered at an on-site spa.

There is a all-day bistro, a Chinese restaurant serving Cantonese and local dishes, and a Lobby Lounge serving drinks and Asian style tapas.

Other facilities include a ballroom and meeting rooms, recreation rooms, a gymnasium, tennis courts, and indoor swimming pool.

“Known as the City of Flowers, Conghua in Guangzhou is the ideal setting for the Dusit Devarana Hot Springs and Spa resort," says Hotel General Manager Herman Foo.

"We are delighted to launch the Dusit Devarana brand here with the promise of delivering the finest service and gracious hospitality rooted in Thai traditions, setting a new benchmark in local hospitality.”

Where

Dusit Devarana Hot Springs and Spa Conghua Guangzhou, 352 Yuquan Avenue, Liangkou Town, Conghua, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China. Telephone: +86 20 3798 8888. 

The resort is 40 minutes away from Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport and 60 minutes from the central business district.

The resort is a short drive from the Liuxi River National Forest Park, the Racetrack, the World Vineyards, and Xi Tou VIllage.

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