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Shuanglong Hotel
Ranked #3 of 74 Hotels in Chongli County
Reviewed January 12, 2012

The rooms look nice and all is clean but still it's a typical Chinese over rated hotel. Could be great if managed better. Like many hotels in China the guest has no control of the heating. So, they turn up the heat SO HIGH as you cannot sleep. Had to open the windows to cool it for the whole night and it's minus 20 outside. Such an energy waste it's obscene.

Chinese food was ok but the Western choices for breakfast are laughable. French Fries and Italian Pasta for breakfast! With hot orange juice. I made due with Szechuan noodles and some toast.

The policy for the hot tubs is sadly also typical. Showing a room key isn't enough. You must produce you one free ticket for the day. One entry to the tub per day. I wonder, does it cost the extra to let you soak a second time?

I would've had a foot massage but after waiting 20 minutes for an available masseuse I abandoned the idea as I couldn't stand the heat in that room either and I was only in a bathrobe.

Disappointing.

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled with family
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Thank Bob C
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Reviewed February 21, 2010

we went there at the end of 2010's Spring Festival. Most people were already heading home, therefor we had the slopes for us. The resort is excellent compared to other alternatives in China. It offers quite a number of black and off-piste challenges and and a superior snow preparations.

The hotel - well - it's asset is its location directly at the slopes. That's it.
The rooms we had were equiped with tatami - thin mattresses, that gave us pain during the night and the morning. Each room got free internet and an own PC and TV.

The kitchen is a problem. We already heard from families traveling last year that they got sick after having eaten there. Guess what happened to our entire family ? Same to another family we met during breakfast. The offering as such is ok, they have a Western restaurant that resembles an eating hall with very limited choice. The Chinese place (hot Pot and restaurant) have a decent menu and good service.

THEY MUST FIX THE CLEANLINESS IN THE KITCHEN!

If you got a car a good choice is to go 15min down to Chongli, there is a 5 star hotel.

Stayed: February 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed February 1, 2009

"Wanlong is the ski resort to which the expats in Beijing go" was what we were told by friends living in China. We've lived years now in Hanoi and China was our closest chance to get back on skis but finding a place to go was daunting. On their advice we checked Wanlong's website (with pages in English) and emailed. They were very quick to reply, with extra info we asked about. Their English was sketchy but sufficient.

HOTEL: The resort's hotel (Shuanlong) is the only accommodation option if you're without transpo, as the next closest anything is about 8km down the road. However, it's at the foot of the slopes :-) Good buffet breakfast (included) and great food in the restaurants. Nice rooms (a true 3 or 4-star). Hot plate for boiling, humidifiers, bottled water, computer w/internet, TV in each bedroom, good water pressure in the shower. But no fridge. Downside - in every room on our floor (full of expats) there are only mattresses to sleep on. No beds. No food shops so bring with you snacks, etc.

SLOPES: All slopes were open despite coming 250kms from Beijing and not seeing snow until the last few kms before arriving. Snow machines were everywhere but thankfully the real stuff had fallen already. A good mix of blue, red & black trails. Lifts were in great shape, though a bit slow (bec of beginner locals I supposed). Trails well groomed and are in the sun all day.

PRICES: Are on their website - lift and rentals (all good-condition Salomon late-model stuff) for a day (8-16:30) - 510/570/750 RMB a weekday/weekend/peak season. 2 days 830/880/1170.

COMMUNICATION: It'd be wise to have the number of someone you could call to translate Chinese as the level of English at the resort is minimal.

EXTRA: Good ski instructors; very friendly, honest and helpful staff; rental of ski clothing on-site (kids to adult sizes); helmet rentals 10 RMB/day.

So basically this place is self-contained. 3 restaurants in the hotel, 3 ski shops at the base and a very nice log cabin at the top (2100m). A quite nice shuttle minibus goes to and from the Beijing Workers' Stadium for very reasonable cost.

  • Stayed: December 2008, traveled with family
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Stayed: February 2017
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Reviewed March 14, 2017
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  • Stayed: January 2017, traveled with friends
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Reviewed November 26, 2016 via mobile
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Stayed: November 2016, traveled with friends
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Reviewed February 20, 2013
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Room Tip: 房间隔音效果一般,如果提供客房小冰箱,客房保险箱会更好
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  • Stayed: February 2013, traveled with family
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Thank GuangxinRong
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Address: Wanlong Ski Resort, Chongli County 076350, China
Location: China > Hebei > Chongli County
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Ranked #3 of 74 Hotels in Chongli County
Price Range: $107 - $313 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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