Zhan Qiao Prince Hotel is an excellent choice for travellers visiting Qingdao, offering a romantic environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Close to some of Qingdao's most popular landmarks, such as Protestant Church (Jidu Jiaotang) (0.3 mi) and Qingdao Jiaodong Peninsula Coast (0.5 mi), Zhan Qiao Prince Hotel is a great destination for tourists.
Free wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Zhan Qiao Prince Hotel offer air conditioning.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service and baggage storage. Guests of Zhan Qiao Prince Hotel are also welcome to enjoy an on-site restaurant. For travellers arriving by car, free parking is available.
If you're looking for a place to eat, Chun He Lou (Zhongshan Road) (0.6 mi), JiuLong Restaurant (0.5 mi), and HuangHai Restaurant ZhongHua Ting (1.1 mi) are all within walking distance of Zhan Qiao Prince Hotel.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Qingdao Catholic Church (0.4 mi), Signal Hill Park (0.6 mi), and Qingdao XiaoYushan Park (0.8 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in Qingdao!
First of all, the hotel is at a great location near the seaside and it does look nice, but only in the pictures. In reality, the nearest beach is isn’t for swimming and there’s a horrible stench coming from algae and other dead sea animals on the beach. Depending on the wind, you can sometimes smell the stench it in the rooms as well. Having said that, the hotel officially has four stars; however, it should have barely one. The rooms are filthy, the carpets stained and windows unwashed. We stayed on the third floor and the room wasn’t completely clean (see the photos below). Furthermore, the entire hotel is damp and one can’t breathe normally inside. In addition to this, the room didn’t have a safe, refrigerator nor an iron- the amenities one would expect at a 4 star hotel. On the other hand, the staff was friendly and kept our luggage for a few hours after checkout. I’d strongly recommend avoiding this hotel if you want to have a nice holiday. …
A historic hotel in great location! From mold in the shower, poor attitude of the receptionists, to unfriendly waitresses at the restaurant, you could tell this hotel is poorly managed. Obviously the basement used to be a spa or a health club or both as indicated in the poster in the elevator and promoted in the information binder in the room. They didn’t bother removing the signs and information even though the whole level was converted into windowless guess rooms.
I was given a room in the basement of this supposed 5 Star Hotel. I had no problems with that at the time I booked. I knew that the room had no window. But when I checked into my room I discovered that the air conditioning was not turned on. Consequently I had no air coming into my room. I struggled to actually breathe in the room. The service desk was unable to provide me a better room on the night I checked in. I spent the night struggling with the horrible conditions. Luckily they had a better room on the 2nd day and I appreciated that. I had a far better night of sleep then. What annoyed me was not the service I was provided, they tried their best in my opinion. What really annoyed me was the fact that the hotel management obviously feels it's not important to provide a basic service of air to the rooms. Maybe they are trying to save money? Interestingly the room on the 2nd night on a higher level 'did' have air-conditioning running. Based on the lack of absolute care of the guests I give the hotel 2 stars. 4 stars are for the service desk girl who obviously was trying her best. My room was next to a laundry room and the picture shows. …
As many one said, it's at very good location. But it's at an early 20th century German building, so if you are not an European tourist who like that style or limit budget, it wont be an ideal choice. To me, I stayed in area B, North direction, back to the coast/main street, and on 2nd floor. So there is no view for my room, no sunshine, and actually nothing than a 10 square meter roof and 5 floor high building at the opposite. There is no heating around end Oct, when low temperature drop to 4 degree, very cold at night or wake up. Honestly, it might be better in Summer or Winter at good price.
What a delight. A grand hotel only a stones throw away from the sea front. We stayed 5 nights having changed from a dreadful hotel. So glad we did. After walking up the steps the doors are opened by a uniformed bell boy, always with a NIHAO and a smile. Check in was simple enough despite the language barrier. We chose a twin room with no window. Very good rate. The room was through the lobby and down in the basement. It was a good size with separate shower room and loo. My only complaint at this stage is that the internal bathroom and loo doors are frosted glass. Not much privacy for friends sharing however there are clean loos just up a small number of stairs if need be. The room had daily top ups of toiletries and beds were made everyday. The hotel was clean although not spotless. Dirty cups were not replaced in the room, however fresh apples and water is left daily - I like This! There are many facilities within the hotel however I didn't make use of them so cannot comment, too busy exploring the city outside! Location is very good. Walking distance to virtually everything you would want to see or go to. Close to the railway station, the park, restaurants, shopping street, night market. For everything else a taxi or bus is available. The buses are quite simple to use, we paid ¥1 per bus ride - the electric bus is ¥2. I would definitely recommend this hotel and I would stay here again. …