Denniston International designs Jumeirah Haikou Resort

Jumeirah Group, a global luxury hotel company and a member of Dubai Holding, announced the scheduled opening of Jumeirah Haikou Resort in China in 2018.

The Jumeirah Haikou Resort will be set within an exclusive golf community on a 336-acre private island. When it opens, the mixed-use development will comprise a golf course designed by Tom Doak, 60 luxury residential villas and a luxury hotel comprising 140 guestrooms including 26 suites.

Food and beverage outlets will feature an all-day dining and Chinese specialty restaurant, lobby lounge, bar, function space, recreational facilities such as a premier leisure club lounge, kids’ club, fitness center and Talise Spa. Denniston International has been appointed as the project architect.

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Haikou is the capital city of Hainan and the main business center.

Jumeirah currently operates 22 hotels, resorts and residences, including 11 in the Middle East, six in Europe and five in Asia. A further 17 hotels are now under development. The Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel Shanghai opened in 2011 as Jumeirah's first hotel on the Chinese mainland. With the addition of Haikou, Wuhan and Nanjing, Jumeirah now has a pipeline of eight properties in China including hotel developments in Guangzhou, Hangzhou, Sanya, Macau and Qiandaohu.

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