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Mission Hills Resort Haikou

4.5 out of 5.0

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In Haikou, this is provably the best place to Golf. The Sales staff are very professional in faciliting your accommodation n golfing needs. The caddies , many of them are experienced n extremely polite, the layout n maintenance of the three courses that we played were challenging n well maintained. The shops selling the golfing attires n various should review their prices which are very exoensive. The breakfast spread is satisfactory only n nothing to shout about. The rooms are clean, airy, big n wel, provided. Because of high occupancy, be preoared to wait for your room on day iof check in. Good shuttle bus provided from airport to hotel n to various shopping locations near the resort. Overall, an awesome experience.

I stayed at HM Haikou for 5 nights recently with friends on a golfing trip. I also stayed and played at the MH Dongguan in 2014, so was very keen to go to Haikou as I'd heard so many good things about it and was keen to experience it for myself. The first thing you notice after getting off the plane at Haikou is the clear air. What a change from Shenzhen and Guangzhou!! Very efficient check in and delivery of baggage to the room. The room itself was quite nice large with a pretty big bathroom with everything you need. Even a big bathtub. In my opinion, the rooms aren't nearly as nice as the mainland MH rooms. They just didn't feel as luxurious. Unfortunately my room faced the carpark, which was disappointing, after seeing the views from the rooms on the other side looking over the pool and golf courses. If you need any laundry done, be prepared to pay for the privilege. Its expensive! But if you need things washed, theres no options as you're quite isolated. So pay up!! But they are very prompt and things were very nicely pressed on return. Great fitness room with lots of equipment and space. Awesome pools, inside and outside, and activities for kids make this a terrific place for a family holiday. BTW...there is a Wet'n'Wild being built close by thats going to be finished in May 2017 which will add value to the area for families. The natural hot springs are fantastic after golf to sooth your muscles in readiness for the next game. Being such a big hotel, theres always a lot of guests, so the breakfast buffet is really busy. The staff are pretty slow to refill things when they're empty, so patience is required. There was only one person on the egg station, so getting something made can mean a wait. The evening buffet was sensation with great seafood and delicious asian and western food. The restaurants are quite good with delicious food, although a bit pricey. Being so isolated, MH prey on the guests with higher prices for pretty much anything. This brings me to the golf courses, which is why we were there. MH Haikou is completely different to MH's 12 courses on the mainland as the available land is reasonably flat, although the natural lava has been used to advantage to create real challenges. We only played 4 of the courses, with Lava Fields and Black Stone being the standouts. Unfortunately there was heavy rain while we were there, so the courses were very wet underfoot due to the soil holding moisture. However, all courses were beautifully manicured with some amazing features and lakes etc. to create a fantastic golfing experience for all levels. Very impressive indeed.

Nice hotel, golf club, outdoor swimming pools, and as I like music I really enjoy the great duo they have performing there, fun evening and nice music with them, excellent. Hotel area is very big, lots of green lots of gardens, nice service, great view. Good rooms and space and good view

This was my first stay at Mission Hills Haikou and it exceeded even my highest expectations. What Ken and Tenniel Chu and their Mission Hills Group is building as this worldclass venue is destined to become one of the top 5 golf destinations in the world -- AND MORE! When I landed in Haikou I was immediately struck that it reminded me of the Orlando, Florida in 1971 -- just as Disneyworld was opening. Haikou is now rapidly emerging as a world destination for families in China, Asia -- and the whole world. It is Mission Hills Group that is the catalyst for this just as Disney was for Orlando. Mission Hills is starting with golf and family entertainment, but, like Disney did, it is also building motion picture studies and will obviously collaborate with Hollywood and Bollywood too! The resort just does not get better than Mission Hills. Go there. Stay there. And the whole family can enjoy there. The best in Asia -- and a top world resort!

I heard of Mission Hills Resort long time ago.Due to its high price and location (not in the city center), I didn't want to book it in the past. This time I went to Haikou City and finally had a chance to experience it. Due to summer holiday, a lot of kids were waiting for check in and playing in the lobby at 14:00.The whole lobby was very noisy and crowded. I had never seen a hotel with so many kids in.There were only 3 counters at the Reception open for check in. People stood in a long queue to wait. I suggest Mission Hills Resort learn from the luxury hotels in Macau. There are far more guests waiting for check in there, but they open more counters to serve and usually the General Manager will be standby too, watching and controlling the whole situation. The management mode of Macau hotels should be learned by many other hotels. We booked a "Spa Room" which included two tickets for 60-minute Spa and two tickets for hot springs. The room is super spacial with a long and large balcony. Beautiful coconut trees in the garden before the building could be seen from the balcony. After I checked in, staff who made the reservation for Spa called in to suggest we make a schedule in advance, for the reason it was weekend. For the reason that we already had our arrangements, I decided to book a spa on the other morning. The resort is about 2 km away from "Feng Xiaogang Movie Town", a new tourist attraction in Haikou. This place is really fun to me, because it is not crowded at all and you could have enough time to enjoy all the entertainment facilities in it. You will feel like walking into a movie, which is a special experience. You can take great and beautiful photos as well. There are free shuttle buses travelling between the Movie Town and the resorts. You could consider the Movie Town is part of the Mission Hills Resort because it is also a selling point of the hotel. The entire resort is very large with a lot of golf theme shops. We had lunch and dinner in its Chinese restaurant. The service was very good and the food was yummy. But I don't think the management team has made full use of all the space and facilities. Perhaps it is also due to the commercial atmosphere in Haikou. It is not a busy city with fast pace after all. The mineral springs area is super large and consists of different themes such as Asia, Middle East and Africa, etc. I have been to many spring resorts and this is definitely the best one. Firstly, you have a lot of pool choices and do not need to bunch up with other guests. If one is crowded, you could go into another. Secondly, the details of design are very considerate. For example, there are hangers right next to the pools for the guests to hang their bathrobes. And many small pools were designed to protect the guests privacy. Thirdly, the quality of spring water is good. The next morning I had a Spa. The staff was professional and the whole experience is pleasant. When I came back home, I followed its official Wechat account and found it has a DIY workshop too. I think this is really a good idea and very creative. In sum, Mission Hills Resort is a place where you can spend your whold day.

Mission Hills resort is built on a lava field. They have created 10 outstanding courses by shipping in millions of tons of earth from elsewhere on the island. The Blackstone course is one of the best courses in the world. There are 2 excellent par three courses, and the other 7 are all also excellent. The hotel rooms are also excellent and the service and attitude of the staff is friendly and generally efficient. The only real downside is the minimal entertainment and restaurant options. We were there for 6 nights playing a golf event and there was just a very mediocre buffet restaurant and a nice Japanese restaurant. As well as limited options and dubious quality (except the Japanese) the F&B was wildly overpriced. We had a package including golf which was very good value. We had to pay for an extra nights stay which was RMB700 which was excellent value for this quality of hotel.

Booked a golf package to stay 2 nights, rooms are clean and spacious. Service is very good, especially golf course staffs. Although I like the Dongguang clubhouse better, but I give it 5 star for the staffs services.

Amazed with the size of rooms and Jacuzzi in it ! Nothing short of luxurious. There are so many SPA pools in the property that the SPA itself is an attraction. Not to mention the water park for the kids ! So its not just a Golf Resort.

This place is an amazing construction offering ten golf courses cut into old lava fields. From very difficult courses to pleasant courses. They are good and quite close to the main resort. Facilities on the course are sparse, irregular toilets and most guest stops unattended. Caddies are proficient but have limited English and not much fun because of fear of the 'marshals' who rule like the gestapo. Crazy no carts on fairways rules mean each game involves a lot of walking in high heat and humidity, not suitable for older golfers. Some of the tee scheduling was simply poor. Throughout English language is rare in restaurants and shops, go figure when trying to spend. The routine is run without compromise which is both positive and negative. Our room was very good with good views over the number one course and pool. Everything you would want is provided in the room with good beds and expansive bathroom. After golf there is not much to do other pay for overpriced drinks, this is a big hole. Some developments are evident but how long and what is the question. We were lucky to be attended by a very capable guest relation English speaking staff member which made things much better and cared for our group. Will I come back or recommend this as a destination, the answer is no, there are better alternatives.

Just returning from a seven day golfing trip to Mission Hills Haikou. The resort itself is really good. The rooms are extremely spacious, great views and comfortable beds. Pools and hot springs are an added bonus which were part of our package. Breakfast buffet was huge and while it does get busy around the 8-8.30 mark there's plenty of seating and the variety is good. We ate at several if the restaurants and weren't disappointed in any. They aren't the most inexpensive but food quality is high. The golf was interesting. We played six of the courses with Blackstone head and shoulders above the rest. Could have played that six times and not been disappointed. The others (Sandbelt Trails, The Vintage, Stepping Stone, Lava Fields and ) were all good quality just lacking a little WOW factor. Trust your caddies , get involved with them despite their limited English and enjoy. The staff at the resort were just fantastic from FOH through to restaurant. Special mention to Beth and Emily who were outstanding in their attitude, service and professionalism

No.1 Mission Hills Boulevard Haikou Hainan

Mission Hills Resort Haikou places you 11.2 mi (18.1 km) from Temple of Five Lords. This 539-room, 4.5-star resort has a golf course, a full-service spa, and a casino. HaiNan YiXueYuan ZhanShi ZhongXin and Lingshan Amusement Park are also within a 30-minute drive.


Dining

Enjoy the garden views at Bistro on the Rock, one of 4 onsite restaurants. Order from 24-hour room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room, or explore the resort and get a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café. For your convenience, a buffet breakfast is served for a fee from 6 AM to 10 AM.


Rooms

Mission Hills Resort Haikou's 539 soundproofed rooms provide balconies or patios, minibars, and free newspapers. 42-inch LCD TVs come with satellite channels and pay movies, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds sport pillow menus and bathrooms offer rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Free bottled water, laptop-compatible safes, and phones are also standard.


Property features

Mission Hills Resort Haikou features a golf course, a full-service spa, and a casino. There's free parking, as well as a free airport shuttle at scheduled times. Multilingual staff at the 24-hour front desk can assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury resort include a water park, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool.

Room options

Grand Deluxe Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Premier Room

King 1 | Twin 2 | Sleeps 3

Premier Spa Room

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Premier suite

King 1 | Sleeps 3

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Trip Advisor aggregated rating

86% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 140 reviews