Ramada Hotel Plaza Sanya    (Formerly Known As Lisi Ramada Square Hotel)
(4/5 by China National Tourism Administration)

Nearby: Sanya duty-free Shop, Summer Shopping Mall show on map

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Ranked #21 Hotel in Sanya

Rated by 151 Hotel Guests

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Recent Reviews

  • "Not Certain"Mar 10, 2018
  • "Good but beware of the building sites"Jan 6, 2018
  • "Positive Changes But Still Many Areas For Improvement"Aug 16, 2017

Main Features

  • Breakfast

  • Airport Shuttle

  • Family Friendly

  • Business Center

  • Restaurant

  • Pool

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How to get to the hotel?

16.4 km (10.2 miles) drive (25 minutes by taxi*)

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Location of Ramada Hotel Plaza Sanya

  • No.3 Yuya Road, Sanya, China
      • Summer Shopping Mall
      • Sanya duty-free Shop
      • Mong Kok NG Supermarket (International Council of Shopping Centers)

Ramada Hotel Plaza Sanya

What's In the Hotel

    • Free WiFi
    • Computer Station
    • Porter & Bellhop
    • Total number of rooms - 495
    • Number of restaurants - 3
    • Number of buildings/towers - 2
    • Airport Transportation (Surcharge)
    • Concierge Services
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    • Dry Cleaning & Laundry Service
    • Laundry Facilities
    • Business Center
    • Meeting Room
    • Conference Center
    • Wedding Services
    • Express Check-out
    • Express Check-in
    • Sauna
    • Spa
    • Spa Tub
    • Breakfast (Surcharge)
    • Bar & Lounge
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    • Coffee Shop
    • Barbecue Grill
    • Outdoor Pool
    • Chinese
    • English

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How can I find out if the hotel offers a shuttle service and how can I book it?

How can I find out if the hotel offers a shuttle service and how can I book it?

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Can I store my bags at the hotel before check-in or after check-out?

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Enjoy Your Room

    • Air Conditioning
    • Private Bathroom
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    • Connecting Rooms
    • Crib
    • Extra Bed Available
    • In-Room Safe
    • Desk
    • Complimentary Newspaper
    • Free WiFi
    • Separate Bathtub and Shower
    • Cable TV Service
    • LCD TV
    • Refrigerator
    • Room Service

Good to Know

  • Check in from 3:00 PM
    Check out until 12:00 PM
  • Children are welcome
    Cribs (infant beds) are available
      • ¥138.00 ($21.59) for adults and ¥69.00 ($10.79) for children (approximately)
      • ¥150.00 ($23.47) per vehicle (one way)
      • ¥280.00 ($43.80) per night

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I will be arriving earlier/later than the stated check-in time. Can I still check in?

I will be arriving earlier/later than the stated check-in time. Can I still check in?

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I want to check out after the stated check-out time. What should I do?

I want to check out after the stated check-out time. What should I do?

A late check-out can only be arranged with the hotel and usually depends on availability at the time of your stay. You can ask about the possibility at the front desk upon arrival.

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  • Not Certain
    Beijing, China | Mar 10, 2018 | Trip type: Solo travel

    The Crowne Plaza Sanya city centre is an odd one. Firstly I must say that all of the staff I have encountered have been incredibly friendly and courteous which is always a massive bonus. The rooms are huge with separate rooms for the bath/shower, toilet and sink area which is always nice. My issue is mainly down to the overall cleanliness of the hotel. I have noted that the room is in need of a deep clean as there are some marks in front of the sink and quite a bit of mould growing in the sealant by the bath. Not to mention the lobby bathrooms which had rags on the floor.

    Secondly, not due to the staff but the quality of food and beverage compared to the price you're expected to pay is terrible. I woudnt reccommend trying the outlets as there are far nicer places in Sanya.

    Lastly the wifi is absolutely shocking and if you need to do work whilst in sanya probably stay somewhere else.

    All in all its a pleasant enough hotel and good as a budget hotel but if Crowne Plaza really wants to be mid-scale I would reccommend a brand audit be done soon.

  • Good but beware of the building sites
    South Wales | Jan 6, 2018 | Trip type: Family

    The hotel is situated just a short distance from Dundonghai Beach and the city centre.

    We stayed here in 3 separate rooms on floors 8, 11 & 15. First of all...the good points:

    Lovely hotel with friendly staff. The rooms are of a high standard and are well equipped. The restaurant serves an excellent selection of food and standard of meals. The pool and bar areas are spotless and well looked after.
    Now the bad points: Unless you speak Chinese then you will encounter a language barrier, from checking in/out and general questions it was pretty difficult. We ended up doing everything by mobile phone translations and it saved a lot of time. The BIG drawback is that there was some major building work going on at the back of the hotel which started early in the mornings and occasionally through most of the night. If you want to stay here then my advice is to check to see if the work has finished. Looking at the size of the operation though I think it may be some time.
    All in all it's a lovely hotel with friendly staff who try to help you in any way.

  • Positive Changes But Still Many Areas For Improvement
    Hong Kong | Aug 16, 2017 | Trip type: Family

    Stayed in this hotel 2 years ago and last time had the opportunity to share some opinion with the GM. Learned that she doesn't work here anymore but quite a few areas showed positive changes, i.e. more English translation for services and food offered as well as staff's spoken English.

    Before arrival, I wrote to check availability of plastic chair to be used in shower as well as wheelchair for my mom who has reduced mobility. The answer was negative but to my surprise, upon arrival, a plastic chair was put inside the shower and there was a wheelchair we could use inside the hotel during our stay. Choosing this hotel was because of its value for money and close location to the First Market. Taxi fare from airport was about RMB 55. For guests who registered as IHG Reward Club members, there was a welcome drink.

    At the First market you can pick your own seafood and lots of fruits around. Any seafood restaurants next to this market can prepare the food for you at an additional fee. For smaller number of people, we choose set menu where we can sample different kinds of seafood as well as avoiding being ripped off.

    Room was spacious and clean with typical see-through bathroom where curtain control was outside the shower. Unless you are a couple or close family, otherwise, it's not too convenient to use this type of bathroom. Rooms facing the marina were very noisy as there was heavy traffic right in front of the hotel. There were 2 bottles of complimentary water and a few international channels including BBC news. Wifi in room was bad and kept being cut off.

    Breakfast selection was plentiful and good as hot dishes were changed everyday. There were many variety of bread, a big noodle corner, several types of congee and an egg station. Salad was ok with 4 types of fresh fruits but juices were no good. Major problem with the coffee shop during breakfast hours was slow refill and cleaning of tables. There were several Nepalese waiters who could speak English but they didn't seemed to be fully trained.

    From the TV promotion we saw fondue at RMB 99 with double package required. It so happened we saw the F&B Sales Manager on duty and we checked out the details. We were told that was old price but she could still offer us a dinner buffet (with fondue) at the coffee shop at RMB 99 per person. We later learned that this offer seemed to have a quota of just 10 each evening for hotel guests. Although the sizes of the prawns, oysters and shells etc were very tiny, there was also sashimi and other hot food which still represented good value at that price.

    We also tried out their Chinese Yue Chao Restaurant which had a daily special dish at RMB 18. On Sunday it happened to be RMB 18 for half a crispy chicken. As that crispy chicken was not available, we had half a steamed chicken which was also good. With an extra dish of vegetables and coconut rice, the bill was under CMB 100 as guests also enjoyed 10% off.

    Front desk Grace and porter Smabar were very helpful during our stay. Hope the hotel service can continue to improve.

  • great stay
    Singapore, Singapore | Feb 12, 2017 | Trip type: Solo travel

    The taxi ride was RMB60 from airport to hotel. I did not have any problems with Taxi using meter. The location is great. There is a bus stop right in front of the hotel, Bus 2 gets me to JieFang within a few stops at only RMB2. The other bus-stop opposite the hotel has many buses to DaDonghai. I took Bus2 for RMB2. Buses are easy to take, just drop the $ into the plastic container in front of the driver. There is announcement to let you know the next stop. Its only in Chinese.
    There is a night market at the 1st Market. Its about 20mins walk across the road/bridge.
    Check in was pleasant. Though the check-in time is 3pm, I was checked in earlier at 12.30pm. I liked my simple beef brisket lunch at the Cantonese restaurant in the hotel.
    Absolutely thumbs up for the room. It was the kings' bed with glass bathroom, the balcony overlooked the marina. There's hairdryer in the room. The mini kettle, coffee/tea are in the cabinets under the TV. The aircon is quiet.
    Drivers here honk non-stop. Staying at JieFang road (shopping area) would be super convenient but also super noisy. This hotel is located a short distance away from JieFang road. Though I stayed at 16th floor, I could still hear the honking. As I stayed over the last day of the CNY, there was fireworks for hours, it ended some time after midnight. I could see the fireworks from my room. It is rather near and rather loud.
    The pool look nice, but its too cold for me to swim.
    The downside was trying to get a taxi. The hotel concierge did not help to get a taxi, unlike most hotels I stayed. He told me to go the main road, it was a bad idea. I went back to the hotel and luckily a taxi was dropping someone off, so I managed to get a taxi.
    If I come to Sanya again, I would stay here.

  • In two minds about my experience
    Melbourne, Australia | Feb 7, 2017 | Trip type: Couples

    This is my second Crowne plaza Hotel in China (the first being Dishui Lake, which was a terrible experience) and I must admit I am a little disappointed.

    The price is good and the Hotel was clearly constructed with a great experience in mind, but I think with Chinese tourist season and also over time, maybe the standards have slipped.

    We were in a giant room, I believe it's called a view room. The room was good and the room service and cleaners did a great job. The show showed signs of mould though, so we showered with sandals on.

    The included Buffet Breakfast was hammered by the tourist season. There were almost no staff present to seat us and each morning we had to coerce a waitress to clean a table for us. We had to line up for every item, egg, bacon, coffee and generally these items would run out and the coffee machine would run out of water. Once again I would have to twist the arm of a staff member to refill the coffee or milk or water!

    The Chinese staff basically don't speak English and this seems to be a general problem with many regional Chinese hotels. They do have international staff who do speak English though.

    Most of the issues were to do with Tourist season and not Crowne, but I am disappointed that the Hotel couldn't take measures to improve the service with a fully booked hotel, rather than just struggling to manage.

    The gym was good and so was the pool. The Bar near the pull is almost non functional.

    The Spa/massage area seems to be shut down and is run by an outside company. Parts of the hotel appear to have lights off and give off a unwelcome vibe.

    Please don't take it all as negative and the price is good for a very nice room. Furthermore, room service food is also good.

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Additional Information about Ramada Hotel Plaza Sanya

    • Newly Built in 2013Close to Sanya Luhuitou Park and China Duty FreeThe Ramada Plaza Sanya, located in Sanya City Centre, is the perfect location for leisure travelers, offering a tropical climate along with duty-free shopping. Our Sanya City, China, hotel is located downtown close to Bar Street as well as close to popular Hainan Province beaches, making it an ideal destination for your next stay in China. Arriving at the Ramada Plaza Sanya is easy, as we are located just eleven miles from the Sanya Phoenix International Airport. All of our comfortable guest rooms include amenities such as high speed internet as well as a mini bar and safe. Our Presidential suite is the largest in downtown Sanya, featuring a private swimming pool that allows you to truly indulge and make the most of your trip. Our hotel also features an outdoor pool along with a fitness center to ensure you have plenty to do during your downtime in Sanya City. Enjoy breakfast at our very own Café Marina or visit our additional on-site restaurants, Kiyomori Japanese Restaurant and Yue Chao Cantonese Restaurant for lunch and dinner.

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