See why so many travellers make TianBao Holiday Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Chengde. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a luxury setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Given the close proximity of popular landmarks, such as Wild Wind Village Beyond the Great Wall (1.5 mi) and Temple of Universal Happiness (Pule si) (2.3 mi), guests of TianBao Holiday Hotel can easily experience some of Chengde's most well known attractions.
You can take advantage of some of the amenities offered by TianBao Holiday Hotel, including room service. In addition, guests can enjoy a fitness center and a lounge during their visit. As an added convenience, there is free parking available to guests.
While in Chengde be sure to experience nearby Chinese restaurants such as Xinqianlong Restaurant (Dijingyuan).
If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Imperial Summer Palace of Mountain Resort (1.0 mi), Rehe Martyrs Memorial (0.4 mi), or Cloud in Chengde (1.0 mi), which are popular attractions amongst tourists, and they are all within walking distance.
At TianBao Holiday Hotel, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to Chengde.
My husband and I stayed here for only one night as part of a tour group excursion. We found our non-smoking room and carpet to be quite clean and the bathroom well appointed with slippers, shampoo, conditioner and soap available to use. Be careful though not to use the many things that you will find in your room for sale, or you will pay! Some of these items are quite amusing though and gave us quite a chuckle. Our room had a king size bed with a large window that faced the main street. The bed was a bit on the hard side for us but much more comfortable than the bed that we slept in at the Mercure Wanshang in Beijing. Although the main street was quite busy with many cars, noise was not an issue for us. This hotel is in a great location to go out for dinner at a local restaurant or to do some shopping. The provided breakfast buffet was rather good we thought with a variety of both Chinese and North American dishes available. You definitely will not go hungry! However, we were not able to access the Internet in our room to use our tablet even with our portable wireless Nano Router.…
Large hotel rooms complete with badly stained carpet (use the free slippers) that stink of cigarette smoke. Its an old outdated hotel badly in need of a refit. The walls are thin & the traffic noise (honking horns) is bad but it did stop at around 11pm The breakfast room was unheated so it was cold. Breakfast was very Chinese & the only western food was toast & fried egg. They ran out of cups & cutlery as the hotel was quite full. We were on a tour so got very little time in the room so it was adequate for our needs. There is a shopping centre & a great bakery that serves great coffee within walking distance. Not on my list of hotels to recommend.
We spent 2 nights at this hotel, and it is a local hotel, so our expectations were not high. It is rated 4 stars, but definitely falls below what one would think of as 4 stars for international hotels. The carpet seems to have been recently replaced, and the cleaning lady was very friendly. The room and bathroom smelt fine -- we asked for a non-smoking floor. There was no shower curtain which was a little tricky. It being autumn, we did not have any heating, so the room was quite cold at night -- remember to search around for extra duvets which will help tremendously. For breakfast, I would suggest skipping it and heading to the McDonald's a few metres down the road, as the breakfast room was not at all clean and the food completely uninspiring (if not rank). Just don't expect too much and you won't be too disappointed.…
The Tian Bao Holiday Hotel (TBHH) is a 21/2 star small-town hotel charging the prices of a stay in a 4-star in the major Chinese capitals. As pointed out in previous reviews, it might just be the best Chengde has to offer. Most people'll never know for sure as Chengde is the kind of place to visit just once. All the negatives raised in earlier reviews are fact. But they prepared me to expect the worst so, all in all, it was not as bad as expected. I go thru' the list again: 1. Hotel smells of cigarette smoke - that's quite standard in Chinese hotels in small towns. 2. Carpet is dirty - scuff marks all over rather than big stains ... Keep your shoes/slippers on. 3. Toilet smells - again a common thing in China, even in luxury apartments in Beijing like the Hyatt Serviced Apts it happens. Blame the lax (or non-existent) enforcement of building codes. Chinese plumbing sucks! At least at the TBHH, it's a musty whiff rather than a giant pong! 4. Breakfast - probably unrecognizable to most non-Chinese eyes, for eg, 5 different types of steamed buns, 3 different flavours of congee! But it's quite a reasonable spread. Again it's standard fare for most small town Chinese hotels and not unpalatable. For those not adventurous enough, there's a MickeyDs 100yards down the road. 5. Bed and toilet cleanliness is surprisingly good! And for a laugh, peek into the amenities basket in the bathroom! Direct translation: "God Oil for Men" and "God Oil for Women" for "entrance" purposes! Go figure! ;) 6. Room rates - daylight robbery! I suggest you start a small luxury BnB in Chengde and give TBHH a run for their money. A pity a lovely tourist destination like Chengde cannot attract the investments for better hotels, but I guess its because tourism is the only $maker there but the tourist season lasts merely 6 months in a year. I hope I have not painted an overly rosy picture of TBHH. Caveat Emptor :)…
Even though we were placed on a non-smoking floor, our rooms (my parents, sister and brother's rooms) all smelled like smoke. The stench was really terrible and there was no way to open the windows to air the rooms out. The bathrooms were clean but nothing fancy. The rooms are a nice size (not too small but not very spacious either). I would rate as an average and clean hotel but because our rooms smelled so bad I can only give a rating of 2 our of 5 stars.