Excellence in pleasure and business
A favorite hot springs destination
Conghua, Guangdong Province is famous for clean air, natural beauty and rejuvenating hot springs, and it has been a holiday destination for China's leaders since the 1950s. The Imperial Springs, located in conghua, has attracted international business leaders, political leaders, and luxury travelers since its inauguration in 2011. This exceptional private retreat has everything you need for work, rest and play, and is just a 30-minute drive from Guangzhou International Airport.
A relaxing environment with exceptional security
Imperial Springs was built with an investment of more than RMB 7 billion. The 168 private villas, 90 garden suites, and 20 deluxe rooms of Imperial Springs are served by professional, international staff, with 24-hour butler service always on call, and every villa has its own hot springs pool and swimming pool. The signature blue-tiled roofs are another distinctive feature of the resort. And Phoenix Mansion – the largest Presidential Villa in China – features a security system rivaling the best the world has developed to protect its heads of state. At Imperial Springs, you can relax and fully enjoy your private time.
Leisure, business and world-class events
Imperial Springs boasts a challenging 27-hole golf course designed by Scottish golfing legend Colin Montgomerie. The golf course follows the contours of the land, valley and river. Professional caddies and automatic unmanned golf carts add to the exceptional golf experience.
AT A GLANCE
Area: Approximately 3 million square meters
Accommodation: 168 private villas, 90 garden suites, 20 deluxe suites, and Phoenix Mansion
Accessibility: a 30-minute drive from Guangzhou International Airport; a 40-minute drive from Guangzhou City
Green Credentials: Gold LEED Certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) in September 2012
"One of the Rare Hot Springs in the World" by FEMTEC, 2010
"The Most Influential Private Club" by Golf Vocations, 2013
"Best Private High-End Club in Guangzhou" by Hurun Report, 2015