Winner: Hotel | China | BCI Asia Interior Design Awards 2020
Situated in Yuelan Bay, Sanya, with a mountain backdrop, the Greenland Primus Resort & Apartment provides modern travelers with a peaceful and relaxing retreat away from the hustle and bustle on Hainan Island, also known as the Eastern Hawaii.
The entire property is divided into two parts: a beach resort to the west and an apartment tower to the east, connected by public amenities shared by both parts with individual lobby and entrance. The guestroom and apartment wings emanate from either side of the lobby in order to maximize the scenic view for each room. The space combines local cultural influences with the contemporary, minimalist trend, offering a unique tropic experience for the guests. The team from B+H Architects provided interior design for key public areas and guest suites for the apartment tower. The apartment tower has 131 units, including one Royal Suite with the courtyard and an outdoor pool with beautiful mountain views.
Their interior design strikes a careful balance between nature and the modernity. They were inspired by the surrounding coastline topography and Hainan’s pearl history. The design pays careful attention to the guest experience and amenities within a sustainable environment that is connected to the local nature and culture.
Greenland Primus Resort & Apartments, Sanya, China
Sanya, Hainan Province, China
Status of Construction
Apartment tower completed in early 2019, resort will be completed in November, 2019
19,000 square metres (resort: 9078 square metres, apt: 9922 square metres)
Gross Floor Area
39477 square metres (resort: 22158 square metres, apt: 17319 square metres)
Number of Rooms/Units
Resort (276 keys);
Apt tower: 131 units
Interior Design Firm
Adele Rankin, Celine Wang, Sachi Iwamoto
Civil & Structural Engineer
Mechanical & Electrical Engineer
Interior Fit-Out Contractor
B+H Architects (Photographer: Hu Yijie)