Imperial Springs

Covering an area of 2.8 million square meters, Imperial Springs is located in the Liuxi River Ecological Reserve in Conghua, Guangzhou. Nestled among rolling mountains and picturesque valleys, the Tang Dynasty–inspired architecture has the reputation of being “the Scenic Miracle of the Highest Standards in China.” It has been visited by over 100 former heads-of-state from over 70 countries.

Imperial Springs has six functional sections: International Forum, Hotel, Golf, Health Management, Museum, and Residences. Representing an investment of RMB 8 billion, Imperial Springs prides itself on abundant nature and enriched culture.


A favorite hot springs destination

Conghua is also known as the “winter capital” for Chinese leaders. Mao Zedong, Zhou Enlai, Zhu De, Deng Xiaoping visited Conghua, as did international leaders such as Former US President Richard Nixon and Former Vietnamese President Ho Chi Minh.

The Imperial Springs International Forum is held at the Imperial Springs International Convention Center, Conghua District, Guangzhou, about 80 kilometers from downtown Guangzhou and 65 kilometers from Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport. Surrounded by mountains and lakes with plenty of fresh air and beautiful scenery, the venue possesses radon-rich hot springs.


A relaxing environment with exceptional security

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. Every villa has its own hot springs pool and swimming pool, and the signature blue-tiled roofs add another distinctive touch to the resort. Phoenix Mansion – the largest Presidential Villa in China – features one of the world's best security systems to protect visiting heads of state. At Imperial Springs, you can relax knowing your privacy is in good hands.


Leisure, business and world-class events

Imperial Springs boasts a challenging 27-hole course designed by Scottish golfing legend Colin Montgomerie. The course follows the contours of the land, valley and river, and professional caddies and automatic unmanned golf carts make this a truly exceptional golf experience.


At a glance:

Area: 2.8 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.


Awords:

"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