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Qingdao Haiqing Hotel

No.11A Middle Donghai Road, Shinan District, Qingdao 266071 China
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#34 of 1,735 hotels in Qingdao

See why so many travellers make Qingdao Haiqing Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Qingdao. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a minibar, and you can stay connected during your stay as Qingdao Haiqing Hotel offers guests free wifi.

The hotel features 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge. Plus, Qingdao Haiqing Hotel offers a fitness center and an on-site restaurant, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

For those interested in checking out popular landmarks while visiting Qingdao, Qingdao Haiqing Hotel is located a short distance from Qingdao University (1.3 mi) and May Fourth Square (1.3 mi).

Qingdao has plenty of Asian restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like ChuanGe YuShui Jiao (MinJiang Road), Din Tai Fung (Marina City Branch), and Quanjude Roast Duck, which are serving up some great dishes.

Qingdao is also known for some great architectural buildings, including Protestant Church (Jidu Jiaotang), The Olympic TV Sightseeing Tower, and Qingdao TV Tower, which are not too far from Qingdao Haiqing Hotel.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Qingdao Haiqing Hotel as you experience all of the things Qingdao has to offer.

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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Business Centre with Internet Access
Meeting rooms
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Ironing service
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Air conditioning
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Flatscreen TV
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Non-smoking rooms
Family rooms
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English, Chinese
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JW Wang wrote a review Jul 2017
Washington DC, District of Columbia22 contributions5 helpful votes
We were on a vacation with my family-the four of us two adults and two kids. We upgraded our room to a two-rooms suite at building C. It turns out to be a horrible place to stay. When you enter Building C, you have to pass a bathroom area which has no door and the smell of urine permeated through out the hallway. When we came to our room, I first saw a mosquito on the wall. The baseboards were unfinished, the door to our room could not close completely. I saw another two dead mosquitoes on the wall, one with blood smashed on the wall. The bathroom is very small and the sink is too low and has no room to place your toiletries. The carpet is not vacuumed on the corner and is overall dirty. The first room is spacious and the second one small, which was ok for my kids. Don't believe on the management pictures because they always want to present the very best for marketing photo but in fact the room couldn't be much worse. I am totally disgusted and feel ripped off. It's around $600+ per night. 4-5 star ratings doesn't mean anything in local hotel in China. The hygiene is not up to western standards. Will not come back.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with family
Laura T wrote a review May 2016
Detroit, Michigan498 contributions130 helpful votes
After reading the reviews I had learned that most people felt Building A was the best choice. I stayed on the sixth floor in room 7611. It had a view of the city. Most days it was foggy and you could not see to the water so I do not feel bad that I did not have an ocean view room. Maybe different times of the year are different but my visit was in early May. We asked for a double room non smoking. While the room was smoke free I still smelled cigarette smoke from time to time through the ventilation system. The beds are more like over sized twin beds. Chinese beds are quite hard, which you are aware of during sleep. I asked mentioned it to the front desk and they had two mattress covers put on with a quilt under me. That did the trick to make the bed soft enough for a good night's sleep. My son likes a cool room I feel like the air conditioning never got the room as cool as he would have liked. It seems to be the style now in China's hotels to have see through glass to the bathroom including the toilet. If you are traveling with a spouse that would be no problem but I was traveling with my son. In this particular room they have a shade to pull down in the bathroom for privacy. The bathroom has a glass stall for the toilet, shower and then separate bathtub. Hair dryers and basics like shampoo, conditioner, soap and etc are provided. The room has a flat screen tv, two upholstered chairs, safe, desk chair, small fridge for drinks, tv service, telephone and a outside porch. The room was nicely decorated but the carpet could use a good cleaning. There is free wi fi in the room. The rooms seem to be quiet not much noise coming from next door or the hallways. The front desk was helpful when ever I had a concern. There was always someone who could speak English. The hotel has a pool. It is kind of dimly lit nothing like the picture. It turns out none of the amenities are free. It costs 98 rmb to use the pool. There is a pool room, ping pong, game rooms, locker rooms etc. but again most charge a fee. This was just started in 2015. They have an outside company run it. In the room it says these are for free in their printed materials. There is also a spa for massages. There is parking outside and a parking ramp as well. There is also outside tennis courts but I didn 't use them. We ate at the restaurant for breakfast twice. The first time was a national holiday and a lot of the food trays were empty. The second time it was better stocked. It costs around 60 rmb close to $10.00 usd per person. I didn't really care for the breakfast. The scramble eggs were running or soupy I should say. Many of the Chinese breakfast items I just didn't know how to eat them. I was hoping to eat some congee but that was not thickened like I am use to. Some rooms come with a breakfast package. I am glad we chose not to do it. Most days we had yogurt in the room for breakfast or we had picked up yummy almond croissants to eat. I don't feel like there are other restaurants close by but maybe a 15 minute walk around the back would get you to some other choices. They have big banquet rooms here for special occasions. They seemed to decorate then very nicely for weddings. There is also a gift shop as well. There are other restaurants in the other buildings but I didn't make it over to them. It is like a 15 to 20 minute walk to the beach. Access is around the bend going left as you leave the building. There are taxi's at the hotel for use but a Chinese friend often called a service similar to Uber that was more reasonable. I most likely would not stay here again only because in the end it was not close to our friends. But all in all it is not a bad hotel to stay at. You just need to understand if it is in a close location to what you want to see and visit. Some outings we enjoyed was a walk to the beach, a tour to Laoshan mountains, a trip to the hot mineral springs 1 to 2 hours away and a trip to the zoo. Make sure you try Peking Duck while you are in town also.
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Date of stay: May 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Room Tip: Ask for a non smoking room.
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Pecalunus wrote a review May 2014
Las Vegas, Nevada15 contributions7 helpful votes
This hotel has any price range that you are looking for. I went for the budget room. There was some mold in certain common areas, the wallpaper was peeling, and there was no minibar to speak of, besides a single beer and a can of coke. The nearest mini-mart is a walk of about 700 meters. That being said, the rest was pretty good. It's a beautiful, 24 minute walk to the Olympic Sailing Center, the bedsheets, comforter, and drapes were of excellent quality. The shower design was a cool see through the wall type. The TV was a Sony Bravia of good size, and the internet was tolerable. Overall, I doubt I could find a place that was better, without a huge increase in the nightly rate. One piece of advice: Don't not bring a beer to the pool. About 30 minutes ago, I popped open a can of beer and headed down the long, cold corridor to the pool, to swim a bit. I totally understand that some places won't let you drink anything near the pool, because they don't want broken bottles or drunk people hanging trashing the place or getting rowdy. However, when I showed up with my can of beer that was 4/5ths full, the attendant said I couldn't bring the beer into the pool area. The pool was entirely empty. I said, "Ok, no problem, I'll finish it in the lounge and dispose of the can, and then go for a swim." He said no. Because I had been drinking, that I could not swim in the pool for the entire night . . . I thought maybe there was a language barrier so I handed him the can so he could feel how full it was and explained that I had not "been drinking" and that I had just opened this one can, and that was nearly full. He walked me over to a sign that had an English translation saying that you couldn't swim if you were "drunk." I explained again that I wasn't drunk. He said, but your face is red . . . "I laughed." I definitely had raccoon eyes and my face was totally red, like usual, because I am here for a business trip, which puts me in the sun all day. I explained to him I'd spend the entire day in the sun and that I'd had only, and exactly, three sips of the beer that I had brought. He said I couldn't swim at all tonight. Wow. That's not the service of a 4 star resort. I'm not sure if what happened tonight was a Chinese Cultural thing, or just a simple error on this overzealous attendant's part. Either way, I asked to speak to the manager. He said the manager would be working again at 7am the next morning. I chose to smile, thank him, and said I'd be back in the morning at 7am. I liked this hotel, so I will be back in the morning to let the manager know that barring guests from an empty pool, due to over-discriminating employees who think that a red face guarantees that someone is drunk, might not lend itself towards 4 star service.
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Date of stay: May 2014
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Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: You get the room that you pay for, probably.
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Vivian F wrote a review Oct 2013
Hangzhou, China3 contributions2 helpful votes
We went to Qingdao in China's National holiday. We didn't book a room before we arrived the city. Almost all the hotels were full. Finally we found this hotel at Booking.com. The location is good. But the room is in average condition. The breakfast was not included in the price. The price was very high for the room.
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Date of stay: October 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Thomas leclercq wrote a review Aug 2013
Singapore, Singapore36 contributions14 helpful votes
We stayed with a couple of friends at the Haiqing hotel for the International Beer Festival, and we had mixed feelings about this hotel. Its location is good, sort of half way between the touristic areas and the location of the beer festival. However, what was disappointing for us was the cleanliness of the rooms. the first room we checked in had a very bad smell and we were immediately transferred to another one, which had no smell but was not much cleaner: carpets, bed structures, etc... could be bettered maintained! I guess we were unlucky but we had very noisy neighbors, who thought it was ok to let their kids play in the corridor at 7am... However, we did not stay much in the hotel as there is so much to do in Qingdao! Just cross the street and go enjoy the beach!
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Date of stay: August 2013
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: go for the sea view!
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US$42 - US$57 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
ChinaShandongQingdaoMunicipal Government / Shinan District
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Frequently Asked Questions about Qingdao Haiqing Hotel
Which popular attractions are close to Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Nearby attractions include Mr Michael MAK Mall (1.0 km), Wheat kaile Shopping Center (Xianggang Zhong LU) (0.9 km), and BaiMiShi Xiang (1.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Top room amenities include a minibar, air conditioning, and a flat screen TV.
What food & drink options are available at Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Italiano Doc, Ristorante CASANOVA, and Flavours Restaurant.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Does Qingdao Haiqing Hotel offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Chinese.
Are there any historical sites close to Qingdao Haiqing Hotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Huashi Villa (Huashi Lou) (5.0 km), Kang Youwei Former Residence Memorial of Qingdao (6.2 km), and Qingdao Laoshe Former Residence (6.9 km).