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  Haiqing Hotel,Qingdao,China (青岛海情大酒店)


  No.11 A Donghai Mid Road.QingDao.China (中国山东青岛市东海中路11号甲





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         Haiqing Hotel,Qingdao,China (青岛海情大酒店)

Tel:+86 532 85969888

750 CNY for 2 breakfast,  One Room / One Night

Seated in the beautiful Qingdao Binhai Scenic Area, the sea viewsare in full view of the Hotel, which well integratesthe city characteristics of freedom, tolerance and romance. It was rated an a four-star hotel for foreigntourists by China National Tourism Administration and sits close to Qingdao City Government, the Olympic Sailing Base and Urban Central BusinessDistrict. The Hotel is the best place for conference and business and best choice of tourists because of its favorable location and convenient traffic.
Located on Donghai Middle Road, 
Where faces the sea with superiorsea views,
35mins drive to Qingdao International Airport,
20mins drive to Qingdao Railway Station,
5mins drive to Qingdao Local Government,
10mins walk along the wooden trestle to Qingdao Olympic Sailing Centre.

About Qingdao

Qingdao has beautiful scenery and pleasant climate. A harmonious picture of mountains, sea and city is painted in which one can see the winding coastline, islands and beautiful buildings whose red-roofs are held in the embrace of verdant trees. Many of the European-style buildings used to be home to many famous figures.

Qingdao is famous in China for its delicious fresh seafood. The Laoshan Scenic Area has an important position in sightseeing because of its beautiful scenery, natural pearls and exquisite crafts. Qingdao beer (Tsingtao beer), a popular beer brand in the world, is produced in Qingdao, allowing tourists to easily get the freshest Qingdao Beer in Qingdao.

Places of Interest

Zhanqiao Pier

Zhanqiao Pier, built in 1891, is the symbol of Qingdao. After several restorations, from being a simple military harbor, it is now open to tourists. The pier is 440 meters long. There is an octagonal pagoda of distinctive Chinese style, called “ Huilan Pagoda”, at the end of the pier. From the top, tourists can fully view the Maganificent Sea. Along the shore is the beautiful Pier Park, which is a pleasant and quiet place for tourists to rest or enjoy the scenery of Little Qingdao Island and its white tower.

Go by bus: No.2, No.5, No.8, No.25, No.26, No. 316, No.321

Little Qingdao Island

Whose shape is like an ancient violin is also called “violent Isle”. Germany built the white lighthouse on the isle at the beginning of this century. Its light reflected on the sea makes quite a spectacle at night, so much so that it has become known as “floating light of Isle”.


Go by bus: No.6, No.26, No.316, No.231, No.202, No.501, and No.801

Catholic Church

Located on Zhejiang Road, the Catholic Church, originally named St.Michael’s, was built by the Germans in 1934. The 60-meter-high building, covering 2470sq.m, is one of China famous Catholic Churches.


Go by bus: No.1, No.2, No.5, and No.6

Lutheran Church

Built in 1910 in the style of a German castle, the building features a bell tower and an auditorium.


Go by bus: No 1, No.214, No. 217, No.220, No.221

Guest House

Architecturally reminiscent of a classic German castle. The delicate shape, splendid ornaments, graceful lines and bold colors make The Guest House one of the best examples of nonnumeric villas in China. Originally, it was the official residence of the German governor in Qingdao. In 1934, it was formally renamed “Guest House”, and has become important as a retreat to receive VIPs in military affairs and politics.


Go by bus: No.1, No.25, No. 221, No.225, No.228

Badaguan (Eight Great Passes)

Lying between Huiquan Cape and Taiping Cape, Badaguan faces the rippling Taiping Bay. In the Badaguan area, more than 200 villas of exotic style are scattered among the lush old-growth flora. There are so many villas that the scenic spot is considered a World Architecture Museum. Criss-crossing the scenic area are ten roads built in 1931 and lined with many varieties of trees including peaches, crabapples, pine trees and ginkgo. Eight of the roads are named after the eight great passes of the Great Wall, hence the name Badaguan.


Go by bus: No.15, No.26, No.31, and No.202

Huashi Building

It was originally the place for the German governor to fish, hunt or rest, so it is popularly called “Building for Rest”. Small and exquisite, the building combines the styles of Roman and Gothic architecture.


Go by bus: No.26, No.202, No. 225

May 4th Square

This square is named to honor the May 4th Movement which took place in 1919. Consisting of two squares and a park, the area is decorated with statues and fountains and surrounded by pine trees, meadows, and flowers. It has become the symbol of modern Qingdao.


Go by bus: No. 25, No.26, No. 31, No.104, No.202

Music Square

In the center is a 20-meter high statue named “Sail of Music", under which a piano-shape instrument is set up for tourists to play. The platform, overlooking the sea, is designed as an open music score, in which world famous melodies are stored. Tourists can enjoy different music by stepping on it.


Go by bus: No.25, No.26, No. 31, No. 104, and No. 202