Welcome to Chongqing Hongyadong Hotel, your Chongqing “home away from home.” Chongqing Hongyadong Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
While staying at Chongqing Hongyadong Hotel, visitors can check out People's Assembly Hall (1.5 mi) and Chongqing People's Square (1.6 mi), some of Chongqing's top attractions.
The rooms offer air conditioning and a minibar, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Chongqing Hongyadong Hotel features baggage storage and express check-in and check-out.
Chongqing has plenty of Chinese restaurants. So when you’re here, be sure to check out popular spots like Seasonal Tastes, DaDui ZhangLao Hotpot (BeiCheng TianJie), and Chongqing Cygnet (Jiefangbei Yingli), which are serving up some great dishes.
During your visit, be sure to check out popular attractions like Jiefangbei Square (0.3 mi), Chongqing Chaotianmen (0.7 mi), and Jiefang Monument (0.3 mi), which are all within walking distance of the hotel.
Chongqing Hongyadong Hotel puts the best of Chongqing at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
This place costs as much or more than some of the luxury chain brands in the city and I'm not sure why. Here is what you can expect: 1) The hotel is built into a hillside, so half the rooms have no view. The first room we were put in had no windows so it felt like a dungeon. It also smelled like old potato chips and it was above or below a metro line with loud rumbling every few minutes. 2) The other half of the rooms at the hotel have a nice view of the river and a bridge, but the hotel is built over a very hopping commercial street with bars that have nightly singers. After we moved from the dungeon room to the window room, we could hear the singing every night, clearly and loudly, until past 11pm. 3) In the evenings, some guests kept their doors open and smoked into the halls, which was gross. 4) The location: It's in a very touristy commercial district that was designed to look like an old Chinese village. Imagine main street at Disneyland or Fisherman's Wharf in San Francisco, i.e. very touristy and crowded. 5) Service was inconsistent. The cleaning staff were very friendly and someone at check-in noticed it was my girlfriend's birthday so they brought her a small cake. On the other hand, the people at the front desk refused to give us more than two keycards even though there were three of us and we overheard a bellhop telling someone else who had lost their keycard that they would have to pay for it.…
It is one of the most popular scenic spots in Chongqing. I am lucky enough to stay in this hotel for 3 days. Most of the customers are Chinese from different provinces . This hotel are closed to two different train stations , line 2 and line 6 with approximate 7 minutes walk. You are swap to line 10 going back to airport at ease.
Stayed here for three nights with my girlfriend. Things we liked: + Location, very charmingly integrated into the Hong Ya Dong market + Amazing room. Very good standard and high quality (this is where the hotel shined the most). We stayed in a room without windows. I can imagine the rooms with windows are AMAZING! + Extremely helpful and friendly staff. We even tried the laundry service and felt they went above and beyond to make sure we got good value for our money. Things we dissliked: - They are really trying to keep this place fancy, but aren’t quite there yet. Communicating in english is not happening. - Two elevators in the entire hotel. It seems the hotel struggles with keeping non-hotel guests out of the building. Because the elevators go down to the market cave, we found that many non-guests were using these elevators as well. Also, two elevators for the entire hotel is crazy considering how many rooms there are. At one time, we couldn’t even get down to our room becuse it was so packed. Expect to wait for quite some time to get up or down this hotel. - Smoking... They allow smoking pretty much everywhere. Yuck! - Wifi only works in the reception. All in all, we are happy with the hotel. Would defenitly stay here again - hopefully with the elevator problem resolved! :)…
I stayed here one night--it was a Saturday night in September (i.e., a warm night), and I think the whole city was here in this part of town, wandering around and taking in the spectacular urban/river view. There was a very large & very popular hotpot restaurant across the street (many people sitting outside, waiting for tables) and lots of other places to get something to eat. I enjoyed walking around the area although that got to be hard due to the crowds. My room had the "cave" view, not river view (I guess I didn't pay enough--fair enough), but no matter, because the lounge area by the elevator on my floor had the gorgeous river view, and I could sit there as long as I liked. (Which I didn't do--I marveled at the view while outside.) My room was spacious, clean, attractive with all the amenities. The staff didn't speak much English but put in effort to be helpful. I didn't get a chance to go to the shopping areas on other floors of this hotel, but what I did do was, next morning, walk to the 1,000-year-old Arhat Temple, sandwiched between skyscrapers, and see the 500 fantastic terracotta arhats (enlightened humans). I didn't get a chance to go to Xi'an to see the terracotta warriors, so I was especially thrilled to see these. I could go again and again--plenty here to see for a student of human nature!…
The Hongyadong hotel is a pretty decent hotel that is located in a superb location. You check in on the top floor (11th) and all of the guest rooms are located in the lower floors as you go down the cliff towards the street. It is located above the 3rd and 4th floor Hongya cave market and allows for easy access to this fun walking around night market. It is a little noisy as it is nestled right next to the train tracks, but it didn't both us. If noise bothers you, don't worry because they provide complementary ear plugs. Breakfast is included in the fare and is okay, nothing great, but always nice to have that option.