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This New Marriott Hotel Has Its Own Private Ocean

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Marriott has added a new luxury hotel with its own 5 acre ocean to their EDITION chain. The Sanya EDITION on Hainan Island, China looks amazing!

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Why deal with crowds and leaving the resort when the ocean can come to you — pumped in from the nearby South China Sea. Every room has an ocean view and there are 17 villas with private pools and gardens for those wanting a little more privacy.

Luxury Cabanas on the private ocean

Luxury Cabanas on the private ocean

It also features art galleries, a 12 room spa AND bumper cars among other activities.the-sanya-edition-bumper-cars

And it’s affordable. Rooms throughout the summer are pricing as low as ~$120USD for ocean views and a balcony. It is not a good use of Marriott Rewards points though…as a category 8, nights start at 40,000 points.

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This hotel has definitely made my wish list!

Check rates at this hotel:   Marriott  |   Booking.com   |   Orbitz   |   Expedia  |   Priceline

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4 Comments

  1. Alex H

    January 14, 2017 at 4:30 pm

    I’m going

  2. Tyler

    January 14, 2017 at 5:28 pm

    There are 5 oceans in the world. So you are saying they reserved one of the 5?

  3. Jessica Rannow

    Jessica Rannow

    January 14, 2017 at 5:51 pm

    Bumper cars?! How random!

  4. Christian

    January 15, 2017 at 12:46 am

    I must admit that I’ve never seen bumper cars at a hotel. The most interesting perk was just a cotton candy station for breakfast in Lombok. As to the ocean, I’d say that they’re stretching hyperbole by a good bit. Even Disney World’s lake, which is dozens of times larger, is still billed as a lagoon. I’ll give them props for ambition, though.

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