Fed up of the frigid, smoggy winter? Is your self-imposed winter hibernation starting to give you cabin fever? Then it’s time to consider trying out one or all of Tianjin’s best hot springs. The most popular hot spring hotel is the Tuanbo Lake Hot Spring, which isn’t too far from the city and boasts a wide range of pools. Other excellent options include Dijing Hot Spring Holiday Village, where revellers can hit the slopes with some skiing or relax in the warm pools; Dongli Lake Happy Valley, which is very family-friendly; or Haideyi Hot Spring Leisure Center for those in search of fresh sea air and ocean views.
1) Tuanbo Lake Hot Spring View In Map
Located in the Tuanbo Lake Hotel (团泊湖温泉酒店) around 16 km from the city proper, this hot spring resort features a wide range of pools, including a Caribbean style area and a Mediterranean garden. A number of indoor pools cater to those wishing to seek refuge from the outdoor temperatures; though it certainly feels more refreshing taking a dip in the pools outside. Weekends can get pretty crowded especially at the buffet area. There aren’t many other dining options in the area, so be prepared to join the queue!
Add: Tuanbo Lake Hot Spring Hotel, Tianwang Gonglu, Tuanbo New City, Jinghai County, Tianjin
Tel: 022 8705 0586/158 2263 3500
Opening hours: 8:30-24:00
Price: 158 RMB per person (Mon-Thurs non-holiday times, buffet not included) 256 RMB per person (all week and holiday times, buffet included)
Getting there: Take shuttle bus 710 and get off at Tuanbo New City Station
2) Dijing Hot Spring Holiday VillageView In Map
The Dijing Hot Spring Village (帝景温泉度假村) is positioned roughly 45 km from the city in the Jingjin New City area (坻京津新城). Besides boasting the usual array of pools, the Dijing Hot Spring also features a high-class VIP villa section and spa. Visitors can also check out the international area, which has a Japanese-style pool and Turkish baths. The holiday village is home to a ski slope, with an admission price of just 80 RMB for three hours.
Add: 3 Jinji Highway, Baodi District, Tianjin
Tel: 022 6062 4070/1
Opening hours: 9:00-23:00
Price: 108 RMB per person
Getting there: You can take a coach from Tianjin’s Baimiao bus station (白庙客运站), to the hot spring area
3) Dongli Lake Happy ValleyView In Map
Currently Asia’s largest indoor hot spring project, the Dongli Lake Happy Valley (东丽湖温泉欢乐谷), covers an area of over 55,000 square meters, and embraces a Mediterranean theme. The area offers a variety of pools, including a rejuvenating medicinal bath and water therapy spring. Compared to other hot springs, Dongli Lake places a heavy emphasis on water activities, with the hot springs making up only one part of the whole area. Very child-friendly, visitors can splash about in the many slides, tubes and water fountains dotted around the center.
Add: Donglizhiguang Dadaobei, Dongli Lake Tourist Resort, Dongli District, Tianjin
Tel: 022 2488 1888
Opening hours: 8:00-23:00
Price: 198 RMB per person
Getting there: Take bus 663 from platform A in front of Tianjin East Station (天津东站) to Dongli Lake Hotel Station (东丽湖大酒店)
4) Haideyi Hot Spring Leisure CenterView In Map
The Haideyi Hot Spring Leisure Center (海德怡温泉休闲会馆) can be found in Tianjin’s Binhai New Area (天津滨海新区) and is just east of the ocean. With a capacity of over 1,200 people, the leisure center boasts fresh, clean water in its many different pools. One of the advantages of coming here is that visitors have easy access to the bay area and can enjoy the ocean views.
Add: 17107 Haibin Dadao, Binhai New Area, Tianjin
Tel: 022 2538 8888
Opening hours: 8:00-23:00
Price: 88 RMB per person
Getting there: There are currently no direct buses from Tianjin, though you can take bus 621 to the Bund Park (外滩公园) and take a taxi from there
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