This is an unbelievably beautiful hotel that is incredibly low-priced by U.S. standards and by far the most palatial accommodation I've stayed in throughout the world. It is located well above the very modern city of Shenzhen at the top of a mountain. The hotel has four restaurants and across a swan lake is a massive park with walking trails, food courts and performance stages, along with a series of beautifully illuminated housing structures of all styles and periods which people rent in order to enjoy the mineral baths. These are open to hotel guests, so bring your swimming suit! I am staying in a huge mountain view room with a full living area that faces a lovely waterfall; my friends are staying in lakeside rooms with a round bathtub next to their large picture windows. The bathrooms are modern designer chic, with granite and glass, but as everywhere in this hotel, there are gorgeous architectural elements like etched glass, rich woods, and recessed light with flexible illumination controls. Honestly, you'd pay $2,000 or more per night for a hotel like this. I know it sounds too good to be true, but it is. The place is like paradise, and the people are absolutely wonderful--helpful and attentive, and ultimately able to find someone who speaks English. A Western restaurant offers a $25 buffet with dozens of Chinese delicacies, seafood dishes, and fall-backs like French fries and salad. This resort has many activity areas for children. It's an absolute paradise!