If you’re looking for a motel in Qingdao, look no further than Hanting Express (Qingdao Railway Station).
While staying at Hanting Express (Qingdao Railway Station), visitors can check out Qingdao Jiaodong Peninsula Coast (0.3 mi) and Qingdao Chinese Marine University (1.3 mi), some of Qingdao's top attractions.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a desk, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the motel.
Hanting Express (Qingdao Railway Station) features baggage storage, shops, and a coffee shop, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts an on-site restaurant. If you are driving to Hanting Express (Qingdao Railway Station), parking is available.
If you’re looking to experience local food favourites like hotpot, consider a visit to Tongdelai Hot Pot (Dan East Road), Tongdelai Hot Pot (YanAn 2nd Road), or Zhang Da Ma Hotpot Shi Fu, which are all conveniently located a short distance from Hanting Express (Qingdao Railway Station).
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out Qingdao Catholic Church (0.4 mi), Signal Hill Park (1.0 mi), and Small Qingdao Island (1.2 mi), some attractions that are a short walk from Hanting Express (Qingdao Railway Station).
The staff at Hanting Express (Qingdao Railway Station) looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We checked in the hotel at 11pm after 3 hours of travel and we were so sleepy. The two mail receptionists were quite helpful but doesn't seem to notice that our eyelids are starting to drop because he kept selling us a discount card for me, my husband and my two friends. The room was too cranked up for two people. They claimed a king-size bed but it was only a double bed if I would measure it! The airconditioner was noisily humming above our heads the whole night. I didn't get enough sleep considering I woke up at 3am. Bedsheets were clean and quite new though because there were no dark stains or smell. (I am so particular with sheets!) BUT, since my husband forgot to pack our towels, we had to make us of the sour-smelling towels. Uunggghhhh!!! The next day, when we ate our buffet breakfast, I realized that the security guard we met last night was also the attendant in the small restaurant. Hmm... double jobs, I guess. Breakfast consisted of many Chinese varieties including congee, rice, mantou dumpling, kimchee, seaweed, stewed cabbage and other cold Chinese dishes I am not familiar of. There was also watermelon for dessert. On the other hand, the beverages consisted of very strong coffee (I don't know why coffee here in China hotels are so strong!), tea and warm(yes, you read it right) orange juice. Check-out for the next day was smooth with correct billings for our group of 4. No excess charges except for the breakfast for 15rmb / person (so inexpensive for so many choices in a budget hotel). Per room costs 316/night. Not bad for a budget hotel for a single person. I don't recommend this for a big family or a honeymoon for couples.…