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East of Shuiku Road, Changping Town, Changping District, Beijing 102200 China
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Finding an ideal romantic resort in Beijing does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Fengshan Hotspring, a nice option for travellers like you.

As your “home away from home,” the resort rooms offer air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.

Guests have access to a concierge and room service while staying at Fengshan Hotspring. In addition, Fengshan Hotspring offers a pool and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Beijing trip additionally gratifying.

Given the close proximity to Changping Seven-Hole Bridge (2.8 mi), guests of Fengshan Hotspring Hotel can easily experience one of Beijing's most popular landmarks.

If you are interested in exploring Beijing, check out an art museum, such as Beijing Dragon Land Superior Jade gallery.

Fengshan Hotspring puts the best of Beijing at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.

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Derreck T wrote a review Feb 2017
Seattle, Washington79 contributions11 helpful votes
My wife and I have always gotten away for our anniversary. So while living in Beijing we went to the Fengshan Hot spring Resort. One word of caution, if you are a foreigner make sure you bring your passports. We have been living in Beijing now for +6 months and have traveled a lot around Asia but not much with in China. So we figured because we booked online we just show up and there should be no problems. Just like back home right. NOT. We had to go to the local police station to register that we are spending the night. Had we had our passports we wouldn't have had this problem. So if you are a foreigner, bring your passports. Lesson learned. The stay was good. Eat dinner (very Chinesey), slept on a typical hard Chinese mattress. Eat breakfast. Then spent the next 8 hours sitting in various manmade hot springs. I would describe this as a typical Chinese experience that the locals would have. This is what I enjoyed about it. Most it not everyone does not speak English so be patient and just go with the flow. If you are looking for a authentic experience and a good place to get away this is a pretty good place to go.
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Matt E wrote a review May 2016
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We went to just the Hot Springs area for a day trip from Beijing. We didn't stay overnight. It was easy to get there. We had our own car, but there is a subway stop close by, and an easy, short taxi ride from there. We got there in the morning, checked in, and they gave us a bracelet for lockers, expenses, etc. The initial cost is 298 RMB for each adult. We had a Chinese buffet lunch (88 RMB) and a 40 min. foot massage (95 RMB) during our time there. There are about 50 hot pools, where you can sit in small groups throughout the day. Half of them are outside with nice views of the surrounding area. It's pretty secluded out there. We went on the May 1st holiday, so we were expecting the crowds. Luckily, we were able to pool hop most of the day, and we were never invaded by anyone else. The only draw back was the smoking. There is an area for people to smoke, but it didn't stop some people from lighting up where they felt like it. The indoor part of the complex had more hot pools, warm beds for napping, jetted seats in larger pools, a lap pool, and lots of places to rest and relax out of the water. There was a separate room with about 80 recliners with TVs attached, and another room with about 50 beds, and it was dead silent in that room. The locker rooms themselves were practically spotless. There was always a number of attendants around to get you a pair of slippers, or fresh towels. Showers were nice, and lots of locker room space to store your things while you are there. Overall, it was a great day trip. I would return here for another visit. Like I said, I can't say anything about the hotel rooms themselves. The day pass is good for 24 hours, and you could easily sleep a few hours in the quiet room. Check it out! Well worth the trip!
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Date of stay: May 2016
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Laura R wrote a review May 2016
Hong Kong Island, China60 contributions31 helpful votes
My friends and I live in Beijing and were skeptical of what we would find at a local, affordable hot spring resort. We were very pleasantly surprised by how clean, orderly, peaceful and beautifully landscaped Fengshan was. We spent the day meandering through the expansive resort, going from pool to pool. This place has it all...a variety of lovely pools at varying temperatures; there were various features such as bubbling pools with lounge chairs, kiddie pools with balls and basketball hoops, a lap pool, pools with water features that massage your back; there were also cozy rooms for taking naps; and you can even get a massage. The food was pretty good, although not great in the cafeterias. I would recommend bringing a big picnic and just setting up for the day or even overnight. The lounge rooms were quiet and you could easily spend the night there sleeping comfortably in a first class reclining chair. The experience was fantastic, I highly recommend checking this place out for a relaxing and fun day. You get a complimentary locker with your entry fee as well as towels, flips flops, snacks and beverages. It's a bargain!
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Date of stay: May 2016Trip type: Travelled with friends
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miklisle wrote a review Sep 2011
Crosby, United Kingdom58 contributions66 helpful votes
I stayed at the Fengshan because I was participating in the same sporting event as the previous reviewer and agree with the criticisms-basic room,very isolated, limited eating and drinking areas and above all very poor value I was in the c grade East Building.We paid twice the regular rate due to the hotel being taken over for the World Triathlon championships. It seems that the hotel is designed to cater for short stay visitors using the Hot Springs and is not ideal as a base for touring. One positive was the friendly,helpful staff [dozens of volunteer student interpreters had been recruited] who were keen to help with travel plans and ordering taxis. This was especially useful for independent travellers who did not want to go on organised tours. A previous reviewer has already mentioned the taxi to Changping/subway ride to the centre of Beijing combination. Subway is excellent and easy to use.Taxi drivers will also take you to the Great Wall [ 40mins.] and wait for a very reasonable charge. One unmentioned gem is the giant Buddha statue in the Mangshan Forest a 10 minute walk up the hill from the hotel-see attached photo. I did not visit the Hot Springs so cannot comment on this part of the hotel
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Date of stay: September 2011
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Room Tip: rooms in Hot Springs building were superior
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Back_to_Sandringham wrote a review Sep 2011
Auckland, New Zealand748 contributions270 helpful votes
Ouch. This place is a bit of a dive. We stayed there because it was one of the only accommodation options available for a major sporting event that we were participating in. Where this hotel thinks that it got 4 stars from is beyond me. There is technically nothing wrong with the rooms, but they are very basic. The beds were hard and the pillows not very nice. The bathroom, however, was disgusting. Mold everywhere. And the shower was positioned right over the toilet, so the whole place got soaking wet every time you used it. The food in the buffet restaurant was very average, and the bar is dark and gloomy. There is nothing walking distance from the hotel; if you want any restaurants or shops you have to take a cab into nearby Changping. We didn't try the hotsprings. Nonetheless, I honestly can't recommend this place.
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Date of stay: September 2011
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lestai wrote a review Jun 2011
Beijing1 contribution1 helpful vote
Good to know: Black cab costs 25 RMB from Nanshao subway station (end of Changping line). Great service: We had a Type C suite located on the crummy first floor in East Building, and called to transfer to the second floor-- No Problem. Unexpected news: The door ticket to the Hot springs is a one-time entry only, valid for 24 hours, which kind of reduced the value of our expensive hotel room. Many groups and couples spend the night in the Lounge Room on big comfy, reclining sofas and wake up in the morning for some more pool-hopping. Better value, but I can imagine the pitfalls of communal sleeping. They don't advertise the 套餐 (package deal) which was 680 for the room (Queen size bed) and 988 for that plus two breakfast tickets and hot springs tickets (Hot spring tickets at time of writing are 268RMB each). Again, we were trying to get all the value out of the hot springs and so didn't even get back to our room till 3:30 in the morning. Major note: We went on a Thursday and the kids aren't out of school yet, so we basically had the place all to ourselves. This is KEY and probably what made our experience so enjoyable. 24-hour access: For young adventurers I would highly recommend hitting the pools up at night. A crazy experience! They were draining the first floor pools, and closed the outdoor ones, but the second floor indoor pools remained open and were very creepy-cool being as we were the only ones left. Minor glitch: On the way out, they tried to give us trouble with a "tea-stained" towel that was required us to pay 30 kuai in damages. Being as that claim is RIDICULOUS, I told the manager that we had had an wonderfully impressive experience that their 4-star establishment so far, and would hate to ruin our experience with this minor tit for tat about a stupid hand towel, and she gave us our deposit back immediately. The first in a line of black cars outside the resort refused to take us back to the subway for less than 30. The man behind him in line obviously would have taken us were he not in line. Obstinate, after my check-out charade, I held out for about 5-10 more minutes for a passing black cab who happily took us for 25. Considering the potential for big time mafan (hassle) with Chinese characteristics, we emerged from this experience relatively unscathed and very impressed by the quality and cleanliness of the pools, the quality of the service, the thrills of discovering secluded pool beyond secluded pool, and its overall rejuvenating effect. A very enthusiastic recommend!!!
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Date of stay: June 2011
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Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: East and West Buildings are just fine.
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US$65 - US$140 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Fengshan Hotspring
Which popular attractions are close to Fengshan Hotspring?
Nearby attractions include Changping Ancient Great Wall of Yan Ruins (6.1 km), Ming Tombs (Ming Shishan Ling) (6.1 km), and Dingling Underground Palace (5.8 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Fengshan Hotspring?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and an on-site restaurant.
What food & drink options are available at Fengshan Hotspring?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
What are some restaurants close to Fengshan Hotspring?
Conveniently located restaurants include Dazhaimen (ChangPing), Quanjude Roast Duck Restaurant (Changping), and Raj.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Fengshan Hotspring?
Yes, guests have access to a pool and a fitness centre during their stay.
Does Fengshan Hotspring have airport transportation?
Yes, Fengshan Hotspring offers airport transportation for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Are any cleaning services offered at Fengshan Hotspring?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Fengshan Hotspring?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Changping Ancient Great Wall of Yan Ruins (6.1 km), Ming Tombs (Ming Shishan Ling) (6.1 km), and Zhangyin Cultural Site (4.4 km).
Is Fengshan Hotspring accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.