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Mission Hills Resort Dongguan

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Mission Hills Dongguan stretches over 20-square kilometer golf complex features seven 18-hole resort and championship courses designed by golf's greatest legends and architects. Together with top-tier golf and tennis academies, clubhouses, hotels and Spa faculties providing exquisite services to guests and customers.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room
Airport transportation
Banquet Room
Business Center with Internet Access
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Conference Facilities
Dry Cleaning
Golf Course
Heated pool
Hot Tub
Indoor pool
Laundry Service
Meeting rooms
Multilingual Staff
Outdoor pool
Shuttle Bus Service
Tennis Court
Wheelchair Access
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Air conditioning
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
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Mountain View
Great View
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We had a nice trip to Mission Hills with a Finnish group. Everything worked out very well and Mr. Jin was a great help for our group during the week. When booking a trip to Mission Hills, I recommend asking and English speaking help. Not all the staff are very good with English
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We have been coming here four the last four years. We book through CGE Golf in Australia. Steven and his partner Kevin make travelling too easy. From the minute you arrive at Mission Hills we are greeted by our own personal valet. Jing, this young man is an absolute champion and
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We spent 10 days at Mission Hills, staying in the Dongguan resort. What an experience! It was amazing! Spacious 5 star accommodation, a huge selection of food from around the world and easily the best courses we have played on. We played TPC Sawgrass and Bay Hill in Florida last
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This is the second time I have been to this golf resort in China, about 2 hours drive from Hong Kong. There are 12 eighteen very different Golf courses here, all impeccably kept, along with over a thousand delightful caddies, Kat femal. They all speak some English, mostly Golf
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What an amazing place Mission Hills Resort is The staff are very friendly and helpful the food was amazing and the golf was definitely world class. I would recommend anyone to go there you would have a great relaxing stay.
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Menu is extensive at world kitchen..in fact about 4 menus. Very reasonably priced so I wouldn't worry about cost compared to Australia or NZ. I ate lunches and dinners after golf for 2 days.
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Dear Guest As a response of your answer, I will explain some ways to reach Dongguan Hotel using public transportation: -You can take the metro in Hong Kong until Lok Ma Chau Station which is the last station of the light blue line; after that it is necessary to cross immigration (first is the exit of Hong Kong and the second one is the Entry of China Mainland). Once this procedure is finished you would be able to: 1. Take the Shenzhen metro to Huanggang Check point (you would need to exchange from line 4 to line 7 in Fumin station); or, 2. Take a taxi to Huanggang Check Point Bus Station (it takes around 15 min.) In both options, once you have arrived you need to cross the pedestrian bridge in direction to the immigration building and before entering you will see an escalator on the right side going to the first floor. The shop 17 is Mission Hills shuttle bus, you need to take the F shuttle bus to Dongguan Hotel, and there is a shuttle bus available almost every 20 to 30 minutes. (The price is 60 rmb) -Another option from Honk Kong is to take a CTS bus departing from Wanchai area; you will find a counter in the first level, located in the middle of the buildings Olympus and Allianz. The small counter is face to the harbor road. There are tickets to Huanggang border (the price is 50 HK dollars). Once you arrived to Huanggang you need to cross immigration to exit Hong Kong, after crossing, another bus will be waiting for you to take you to the immigration for entering China Mainland. Once you have passed the two immigrations you need to go to the shop 17 to get a ticket to Mission Hills Dongguan. Please feel free to contact me in case you need more detailed information or any clarification. Looking forward to see you, Julia Perez Guest Service Manager
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Hi Lizzy. To the best of my knowledge, as I didn't use the gym, I'd presume they'd be included in the cost of staying there. They'd also have towels that you could use for free. The only shuttles they have for free are the ones that travel between the various clubhouses - dongguan, mid levels and Shenzhen. Anything out side of that, you'll need to organise a driver or taxi. Best via the hotel as they'll organise a driver who speaks English.
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Hi, The shuttle is free and leaves every 30 mins. But this is only to the middle valley clubhouse and the Shenzhen clubhouse. ( worth a look.) As for getting around the resort there is a lot of walking. From the main lobby to the pools is a 10 min walk. Dongguan is very spread out to give you the feel of being the only ones there. The walk to breakfast is again a 5 to 10 min walk. If you have a problem with stairs, continue the walk from the lobby through the walk of fame to the convention center. They have a lift to go downstairs to the major restaurant where breakfast is served. If this is too much walking for you, try to transfer to Shenzhen. In our quick look around it appeared to be a more compact resort. There are signs stating 60RMB to use the pools, but questioning the staff we were told it is free to room guests. I did not check the final bill to confirm this, but I did not sign a receipt for this charge where every where else they were very strict. When you enter the pool area they ask you to sign in with your room number. They then give you a free towel. You can also ask for a locker. These were great, as it gives you a water proof wrist band that opens your locker, so no keys. Hope this helps.
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"Ask for a golf course views ."
"Very spacious, great bath and shower. A power point in the bathroom would have been useful but we managed."
"The room I stayed in had a great view and was excellent."
"Internet is not secure. Light switches are complicated"
"we stayed in golf area view, but there is also mountain view available on the other side of hotel."
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