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“A Memorable Stay at 珠海御溫泉度假村”

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Yu Hotspring Resort
Ranked #8 of 566 Hotels in Zhuhai
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed 28 March 2016

This is the same resort as Zhuhai Imperial Hot Spring Resort with different name. Yu Hotspring Resort is probably translated from the Chinese name "珠海御溫泉度假村".

It is located approx. 70 min by car from Zhuhai downtown. The room costs around RMB $1200/person including spa (24 hrs), transport, breakfast and dinner. The check in and out was smooth and service was very good. The porter helped us with our luggage. We stayed at a tatami room and found it very relaxing. The room is a decent size for up to 3-4 people. The breakfast had good selection and taste good. The best is the buffet dinner with live music, so many selections and food is very authentic and tasty. The hot spring is 24hrs and they will scan your fingerprint for multi-entries. The hot spa area is not that big with approx. 30 individual pools with free teas/water and towels available. There were many people there during the daytime. We like the decor (Japanese style) and we took a lot of beautiful pictures. There was a cow & donkey where you can hand feed them. Also, you can play with fireworks at the basketball court at night. The game center at night with many traditional games were fun.

I would have given 5 stars but it is not a natural hot spring resort so only 4 stars. But I definitely recommend this place for a great family fun holiday.

Remember : No tips is required for any service in this resort.

  • Stayed: March 2016, travelled with family
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Reviewed 5 January 2016 via mobile

Not sure if it is real hotspring. There are way to many people and the hotapring is a bit stinky.
However , the room were great and it is suitable for family and it is always great to gather with a few friends.

Very limited choice of resturant. And nothing around

Stayed: January 2016
Thank Window F
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Reviewed 8 February 2015

I travelled here with 5 friends and none of us have good Mandarin. The shuttle bus was brilliant adn thankfully waited patiently for us as we got our visas on entry. I would advise against this.

The hotel check in was very smooth and they had an English speaking staff member to help us. The room was clean and great for its purpose. The surrounding activities were great and the overall atmosphere was one of friendliness and togetherness.

The spa itself was brilliant; the massages were decent enough; the food was out of this world. The head chef Nicolaus was very friendly and explained things to us. The manager also assisted when we were uncertain of things due to the language.

I cannot believe this is so close to Hong Kong and I am already planning my next trip.

I will certainly be returning here often.

Room Tip: Don't worry, there are so many good rooms and everything is convenient.
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  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 1 February 2015

Our family just spent 2 nights last weekend at the above resort and loved it. Many mums asked me about the info so I thought I will share this note here. Any question, I am happy to help (if I can).
Tripadvisor has a few reviews so you can have a look at http://www.tripadvisor.com/ShowUserReviews-g297418-d649785-r28143850-Yu_Hotspring_Resort-Zhuhai_Guangdong.html

To get there: Gong bei exit, turn left (do not go down the escalator), there is a bus station with many different buses waiting. There will be a girl in a white skirt (their uniform) waiting with a Chinese sign and pining :"YU WEN QUAN". There are 4 free shuttle buses daily from Gongbei at 11:15; 14:15; 16:15 and 17:15. The bus is super comfortable. The trip is 60-70 minutes ride. Its beautiful scenery up the mountain of Zhongshan province.
To book the room, you can go to http://english.ctrip.com or book directly from the hotel. I have the email of Maggie who speaks very good English. She is the secretary to the resort president. (megmei123@163.com), she can help you with the booking.
We stayed at the Japanese type room where there is no bed, just 5 mattresses on wooden floor. Kids love it. We are ok for 2 night but if you want a good night sleep, normal bed rooms might be a better option.
The hot spring provides great services, the staff are every where. If you walk around with out a towel, they might run after you to give you one on your shoulder.

The air on mountain is clean, cold (7-8oC), but its very pleasant. The water in the pool is 41oC and the steam warm up the whole place. Many flavors pools : wine, coffee, wood, tea… to choose from.
THere are 2 breakfast choices Chinese and Western buffets.

Opposite the resort is a bike rental place where you rent a bike (tandem bikes also available) to ride to Doumei old town. We didn't do it this time but might try next trip.

In general, it was a grew short getaway from Macau for the whole family. Very relaxing, stress free trip.

  • Stayed: February 2015, travelled with family
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Reviewed 12 February 2014

Checked in at 2 pm and the room is still not ready.

You will be sleeping on the floor with a thin mattress which is really hard on the back. So getting relaxed and massaged will be a waste after a night sleep on the hard surface.

So many people in the Hot Spring. Each pool is full of people. No privacy and the water is so dirty.

You either go there by car of by bus or as a group tour.

They do have a French restaurant but the good is really so so and expensive.

Not really worth going again to be honest. There are many other Hot Spring that are newer and bigger and nicer. This is not a cheap place to stay at as well.

Room Tip: Get the room that do have a bed. That would be much better.
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  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 January 2014 via mobile

This is my third time to visit this resort. The service they provide inside the hot spring pools are wonderful. There are always staff crew around to give you herbal drinks and clean dry towels. I stayed in the newly furnished VIP room this time, got my own bathtub in the bathroom to have hot spring bath. Highly recommand for a weekend trip.

  • Stayed: January 2014
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Reviewed 28 December 2013

We loved our stay here! As part of a quick get-away to Zhuhai we booked a one-night Christmas package that we saw advertised on the Zhuhai expat website (deltabridges.com), which included a Cozy Hamlets Western room, a special Christmas buffet, breakfast buffet, a 24hr hot spring pass and a private late-night soak at the VIP hot springs (1498rmb for 2 ppl). Apparently you can use booking.com but I sent an email with a booking form through their English website. This is checked only about once a day by their English-speaking manager so don´t be alarmed when you don´t hear back from them straight away... or when you have a confused 5 minute conversation with the Chinese receptionist who has no idea what you´re talking about when you call to confirm. Like in many situations as a barely-Chinese speaking foreigner in China, all it takes is a little more time and patience to sort everything out.

Our check-in followed along similar lines. The front desk was very busy when we arrived, tons of staff, guests checking in, guests walking around, and a performance group singing traditional Chinese songs. A little bit too much audio-visual stimulation for my liking, but hey! We were quickly assigned a semi English-speaking receptionist, who then passed us on to a better English-speaking receptionist, who once we were booked in, called the first receptionist back, who showed us to the lifts. So, check-in could have gone a bit smoother, but the rest of our stay was just bliss. Our room was really lovely, styled in a Japanese wood cabin-y, with a huge comfy bed, big windows looking out into the trees (in the morning we woke up to birdsong, which, if you live in a big Chinese city, is UNHEARD of), a Japanese-style seating area and lots of little extras like an air humidifier, real tea leaves and a few Christmas decorations. Each room has free WiFi, and all common areas have access, too.

The hot springs are located behind an adjacent building and there we were given a locker, flip flops and towels. The pass lasts from 1pm to 1pm the next day. The hot spring area itself is really big and on different levels and nicely set up, with lots of different pools (different water, different additions like herbs, wine, fruit, coconut milk etc, and different temperatures), but there’s also sun loungers, hot stones to lie on, steam rooms and massage services (didn’t try). Everything was clean and there’s unlimited access to different types of tea and towels. The pool attendees’ service is impeccable.

The Christmas buffet was a huge selection of Western und Chinese food. Everyone had one ticket to choose their “main” (half a lobster, turkey, beef steak, crab, abalone or cod steak), but the rest of the food was all-you-can-eat. I understand that the buffet was a special set-up, and normally, hotel guests have a choice of various restaurants, both Western and Chinese. Wine and alcohol selection was ok, too, and reasonably priced. The buffet and courtyard were festively decorated and there was a Filipino band for entertainment. For breakfast we opted for the Western breakfast, and again, the selection was aplenty: bacon, eggs, sausages, breads, cereals were all there, amongst lots of other things. No cappuccinos but the black coffee was fine.

As part of our package, we also had a 2-hour after-dinner pass to the VIP hot springs (only 5 pools and a small amount of people allowed at a time), and there is also a “hot spring town” where guests can play games after dinner, kind of like a fun fair.

All in all, our stay there was re-la-xing! Soaking in the hot baths (and stuffing your belly) is weirdly exhausting and we slept a lot and well so it was ok that there was not much else to do. That being said, one night is probably enough, maybe two if you really need to unwind badly :) Even though check-in was not all that smooth, I give the service 5 stars because everyone tried their best to help and accommodate our wishes. They even granted us a couple of special requests, e.g. our request to extend our hot spring passes for a couple of hours because we had time to kill before our shuttle… in my experience, requests that stray from the “menu” usually get dismissed with a curt “no” here in China, so it was a refreshing to get a “Yes!”

Room Tip: go for the Western room if you want a proper bed and mattress... I think otherwise you get a Japanes...
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  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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Address: Huangyang Avenue, Doumen Town, Zhuhai 519110, China
Region: China > Guangdong > Zhuhai
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Free Parking Restaurant Spa Swimming Pool
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#1 Top resorts Hotel in Zhuhai
#4 Spa Hotel in Zhuhai
#9 Best Value Hotel in Zhuhai
Price Range: $199 - $960 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 317
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