Qingdao

Feb 3, 2020 - Feb 4, 2020

2 adults - 1 room

Find Hotels in Qingdao

Qingdao is a great place to go either for a short break, a longer vacation, or as part of a multi-destination holiday. With plenty of restaurants, events, and landmarks to see, you will be glad to find a hotel in Qingdao where you can rest and recuperate. With hotels available from C$96, why not book your hotel in Qingdao today?

To find the perfect hotel for your needs in Qingdao, the Skyscanner hotel search is a great place to start. With plenty of ways to sort and filter your results, you can narrow down to find everything from the best 5 star hotels in Qingdao, to the best rated budget-friendly hotels. If you’re renting a car to travel to Qingdao you can check for parking, and if you are going to be coming straight from the airport you can easily see which hotels in Qingdao have airport shuttles to simplify your travel experience.

If you are planning a visit for a special occasion, why not take a look at these top rated hotels: Grand Metropark Qingdao, Century Mandarin Hotel or Zhanqiao Prince Hotel.

How to Get Cheap Hotels in Qingdao and Last Minute Hotel Deals

Getting the perfect hotel at a great price is something we all strive for. As with all travel, you’re likely to find a good price on a hotel in Qingdao if you book far enough in advance, but a lot of hotels also offer great last minute deals in Qingdao. When there are beds left to fill, prices are often cut to attract last-minute deal hunters and spontaneous travellers who have the freedom and ability to visit Qingdao at the last-minute. You might not get your first choice of hotels in Qingdao, but you are likely to get more for your money. We don’t recommend you wait until the last-minute during peak seasons and when there are events taking place in Qingdao though, as it is likely that accommodation will fill up early – and you don’t want to be left without a bed!

Get Hotels in Qingdao Near the Main Attractions

When visiting Qingdao, there is plenty to explore – and finding a hotel near the main attractions will make this even easier. We recommend checking out hotels near Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center, St Michael Catholic Church and Zhizaisifang, or using our map feature to find hotels near your specific points of interest.

Find Qingdao Hostels, Apartments, and Bed and Breakfasts

Depending on your budget, length of stay and other factors, you might want to find an apartment or hostel in Qingdao instead of a hotel. With the Skyscanner hotel search, you can set your filters by accommodation type to find your perfect match. On the flipside, you might not want to exclude hotels in Qingdao altogether – you could get a great deal and enjoy a visit with a little more luxury!

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What are travelers saying about Qingdao?

9.8
History Buffs
9.4
Wellness
9.1
Foodies
9.0
Backpackers
7.5
Outdoor Enthusiasts
Member reviews (48)
Tara Goldsmith
Tara GoldsmithLondon, UK
1/6/17

We stood at the top of the hill with breathtaking views onto the blue sea. On the left a narrow, cobbled street curled through dense tree tops towards a chunky house, one I would imagine as a child when reading the fairytales of the Brothers Grimm. Looking at the German architecture in its full glory, for a brief moment I had the feeling I am in Central Europe only to be gently awoken by John, our local guide whose real name was Mr Ju Liu, to remind me that we are in China, in the capital city of Shandong Province, Qingdao. “We are going to visit the guest house.” he said, pointing towards my fairytale house. Knowing how much tourism has developed over the last few years in China and thinking that an aggressive entrepreneur had bought the house and turned it into a “guesthouse" I didn’t question Mr Liu's remark. After being given entry tickets I guessed that it couldn’t be a hotel but maybe a museum. The entry hall was still stylish even after allthese years since the house was built, in 1934 during the German occupation of Qingdao and for German Ambassador. Straightaway from the entrance door one can see a heavy wooden staircase going up to the next floor to the private quarters. The whole floor is covered by good quality parquet exported from Germany when the house was built. Behind the stairs there is a conservatory with a glass roof which could be opened during hot summers. The ground floor is still used as the public office even nowadays. The only difference is that among the occasional European furniture you can find heavy chairs lined up against the wall with perhaps a tea table inbetween for bowls of seeds and Chinese tea cups. According to Mr Liu the house was used by Mao Tze Tung on the eve of the revolution when he wrote his Manifesto. Also this is the place where he would come back to regularly after the revolution and would receive foreign dignitaries. Upstairs I found photos of the Ambassadors family still on the wall. One room had a wardrobe, bed and piano still in very good condition, all shipped from the Germany. Each room had a spacious balcony where you could feel the breeze coming from the Yellow Sea. I could imagine a very busy household, with happy kids running around, lots of balls, late dinners with nice food and with local beer. Not far from the “guest house” there are a catholic and a protestant church still standing in their full glory with services taking place every Sunday! It seems the Communists' slogan “religion is the opium of the people” passed by this corner of China. The Germans wanted to feel at home in this place far from home and built a brewery as well. You can have a full day tour with a guide who will take you through the turbulent history of the factory which is a microcosm of the history of Qingdao: exhibits are from Germany, China, England and Japan! At the end of the tour you can relax and try different types of beer in the small bar built for visitors only. Instead of having nuts with your beer you can order different type of seeds: long, short, dark, brown, salted and sweet! The beer produced here is the best beer in China according to Mr Liu as the factory in Qingdao uses natural mineral water during production not reprocessed water. And I can’t dispute that! The only problem is that the beer is not strong enough but I am a westerner and used to my beer being at least 4% strong. The factory has very successful marketing and they organise a beer festival every August which is “the biggest in the world” according to Mr Liu. If you take into account that China is the most populated country in the world and that Chinese people love their beer then common sense would tell you that Qingdao's Beer Festival must be the biggest one in the world. The climate in Qingdao is very mild and the air is not polluted as much as in other fast-developed cities in China. You can get to Qingdao by flying from Beijing and the flight takes a mere 45 min or you can take the fast train from Beijing. Qingdao was host to the sailing competition during the 2008 Olympic Games which means that the infrastructure of the city is very good – the roads are wide and new. There is not as much traffic congestion as in other provincial capitals. From Qingdao you can easily do a day trip to sacred Mt Taoshan, or a day trip to Yantai for wine tasting.

Nikolay Guenov
Nikolay GuenovAustin
1/6/17

Qigndao is an interesting city in Northeast China. A nice mix of western and Chinese architecture, nice coast, and beautiful views. I have a bunch of info in a couple of postings here: http://site.chinafinds.com/travel/?s=Qingdao Will add also some more photos....

jingjing jing
jingjing jingBeijing, China
11/27/15

cool

Tashgy Chan
Tashgy Chan
9/16/14

Quiet clean city

FAQs

The least expensive month is March, with an average of C$82 per night. The most expensive month to stay in Qingdao is August, with an average price of C$132 per night.
The average price of a hotel in January last year was C$96 per night. This is the same as the average nightly price seen over the previous 12 months.
In Qingdao, the expected average temperature in January is -1.0°C/30.1°F. The warmest month is typically August, which averages 28.7°C/83.7°F. The coolest month is January, with temperatures averaging -5.2°C/22.6°F.
The nearest airport to Qingdao is Qingdao (TAO) (22.13km).

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