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Guantang Hotspring Resort

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At the Intersection of Binhe East Road and Wensi Road, Tangtou Town, Hedong District, Linyi 276032 China
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At the Intersection of Binhe East Road and Wensi Road, Tangtou Town, Hedong District, Linyi 276032 China
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Oct 2019
十一假期去的,温泉景区应该限制人流量的,那么多人泡温泉让人感觉恶心。另外买了一条泳裤,88元。简直太贵了。自然资源很好,但是管理只是表面的、形式上的。缺少内涵,去一次去不会再去了
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Travelled with family
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wcockerall wrote a review Sep 2019
Melbourne, Australia162 contributions49 helpful votes
My wife and I spent a day at the hot springs to relax before returning to Australia. The number of bathing experiences is incredible. There are different types of hot springs with different temperatures so it caters for everyone. We chose the herbal hot springs. While we were bathing an employee delivered hot tea to drink. If you do go here make sure you visit the heated floor inside where you can lay down and be treated to a hit sauna type experience. Getting in and the preparation to enter the spa area can be confusing as there is not much English spoken but hand signals worked well. I will visit here again when back in the region so I can experience more of the services.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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PhiloLake wrote a review Nov 2016
Hong Kong, China101 contributions47 helpful votes
This is a review only about the hot springs and not the hotel accommodation. Visiting the hot springs is such a great way to relax after a week of business in Shandong. There are many indoor and outdoor hot spring baths of various temperatures from 28C to 45C. Each has a feature such as added minerals (Jasmine, Ginseng, Burdock, etc.) or the lining material (camphor wood, volcanic stone from Vesuvius, etc.). The bath with cleaner fish is popular is at 36C which is comfortable for a half hour ticklish soak as the fish feast on your feet's dry skin. Swimsuits are obligatory, available for purchase at their shop. Plenty of towels are provided, plastic slippers also. Multiple tastes of free herbal teas are complementary, although I'd still recommend to take a bottle of drinking water if like me you like a long hot soak. The only minus, is that they allow smoking in the hot spring baths although not in the changing rooms. Unfortunately China still has a major problem with cigarette addiction. Hopefully their government will ban smoking in all public places in the not too distant future. I cannot comment on the pricing of the hot springs as I was generously treated by my hosts.
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Date of stay: November 2016
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A Tripadvisor Member wrote a review Dec 2015
今天刚到,圈地内大环境不错,就是酒店住宿房间消毒味太刺鼻了!电视尺寸太小目测22寸,还到不了27寸高清标准。希望注意!后续将再补充。
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Date of stay: December 2015
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Bardi78 wrote a review Jul 2014
Brisbane, Australia133 contributions83 helpful votes
We were a group of 4 staying for business because it was the closest hotel to our meeting. I'd highly recommend booking return transportation ahead of your visit from the airport (be prepared for no seat belts) because it's a long drive (the hotel is very remote). We arrived at midnight due to a delayed flight and our check-in was very slow and confusing due to our language barrier. Our rooms were minimal, a bit tired, but adequate for a 1 night stay. The room walls were thin and sound from other guests travelled which led to an unsettled sleep. I managed to enjoy a few hours at the hot springs the following day which I believe should be covered in the room rate. The hot springs were attractive but undergoing a renovation and a lot on offer was closed and I was still charged the full rate. It was however very quiet and relaxing.
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Date of stay: February 2014
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US$31 - US$47 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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