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Nanjing Tangshan Easpring Resort
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Reviewed 9 January 2010

We stayed last week and here is a summary. From Nanjing trainstation we caught a cab which went directly there and took 35minutes at a cost of 120rmb (inc. 2 tolls)- encountered city traffic getting out of Nanjing . The cab on the way back cost 100rmb (inc. tolls) but took only 20minutes.
The hotel itslef is 3+ star at best (western standards). It caters mainly for locals but has a very helpful manager who can speak english. No-one else there speaks english. It would help to speak chinese but not absolutely required as long as the manager is on duty.
A couple of qualms:
1. They do not provide baby cots!! It was only after we made a huge deal and threatened to leave did they make an effort to obtain one form "another hotel" for us. In hindsight its not completely surprising given that babies sleep in their parents beds in China.
2. You still need to pay an entrance fee to the hotsprings. It costs 90rmb per person (about half the normal rate). They also advised that our 9mnth old needed a ticket but we refused and decided to chance it at the actual hotsprings checkin counter. Indeed once at the counter we played dumb about our sons ticket and acted like ignorant foreigners which allowed us to get in. So we were suprised on 2 fronts - that we needed to purchase entry tickets in the first place given its the actual hotspring resport and secondly that they would charge for under 1 year olds who would not use any of the facilities.

The hotel itself was fine and as expected. The rooms were well equiped and spacious. There is only one chinese restaurant which we ordered take out from. The breakfast has bacon and eggs which we didnt expect.

We wont say we wont go back but may pay a bit more for one of the more botique resorts available in Tangshan next time.

  • Stayed: January 2010, travelled with family
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Stayed: October 2015
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Reviewed 5 January 2016
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  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled with family
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Reviewed 9 November 2015
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  • Stayed: November 2015, travelled with friends
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Reviewed 13 November 2013
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  • Stayed: November 2013
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