Centrally located in the Tianjin Economical Technological Development Area, Renaissance offers an indoor swimming pool and rooms with free parking. Renaissance Tianjin's air-conditioned rooms have a 32-inch flat-screen TV, minibar, tea/coffee maker and private bathroom. 24-hour room service is available. Renaissance Tianjin TEDA Convention Hotel features a fitness centre with massage services, steam room and sauna. International dishes are offered at Renaissance Brasserie. Wan Li Chinese Restaurant serves Cantonese specialties. Renaissance TEDA Convention Hotel also has a bar, bakery and Lobby Lounge. Renaissance Tianjin TEDA Convention Hotel is a 20-minute drive from Tianjin Bin Hai International Airport and a 50-minute drive away from Beijing.
Another of the city's funky Bauhaus architectural offerings, this four star hotel looks like two beached cruise ships butted up against a lake. Multiple lodging options are available including office rooms and posh suites. If you are here on business, the all-inclusive facilities will make the trip productive, but if you are simply vacationing, it is a bit out of the way from not only downtown, but also number of local attractions and requires a vehicle or an excellent grasp of the bus system. The hotel also features a wide array of dining options ranging from tradition Chinese to French and Italian.
Located along the Hai River, the hotel is ideally placed for those wanting to be close to the commercial and governmental heart of the city. The airport is 30 minutes away and the railway station is only a five-minute trip. An executive floor is available and many of the rooms feature river views. To relax one can choose between the variety of restaurants and bars. These include the Kahan for Tianjin's best Japanese food, the Pines Cafe for western style meals, Chau Chiow's southern Chinese gourmet, and Xiang Wei Zhai for local favourites such as the city's famous dumplings.
One of the city's brand spanking new hotel offerings, this spot is where you want to go if you have a dignitary badge: the presidential suite is the ultimate in jet set luxury. But even those without political or CEO sway will find the rooms to be not only affordable for the offerings, but also well appointed and stylish. Plus, it is located in the heart of downtown so access to local attractions and businesses is a cinch. Of course, the hotel's all-inclusive amenities mean you never have to leave the confines on those smoggy Tianjin days.
Located on Friendship Street in the heart of Tianjin's cultural and business exchange zone, this four star hotel offers numerous lodging options ranging from comfortable standard rooms to executive and deluxe suites. When work is done, you do not have to stray far from the hotel to relax considering it is equipped with seven restaurants, a nightclub and fine sake bar, billiard room and a bowling alley. If you do venture out, numerous shopping and entertainment choices are within easy reach on foot.
Have you ever heard people say they wish they could go back in time? Checking in at the Astor Hotel Tianjin is your chance to do so, and the best part is that there is no time machine needed. Originally constructed in 1863, this hotel has been remodeled and revealed in 2010. Decorated with antiques and with a style that transports any guest to another century; be sure to check out the lobby, which is all but a history museum lined with murals, plaques and other interesting finds. The Astor Hotel also offers health club services, restaurants, and much more; check out the website for more information.
This hotel certainly lives up to its name, at least in scale. A mammoth structure spreading across two lodging centers, it most likely would not look out of place in Las Vegas for its shear girth. Thus, the room options are plenty, ranging from standards and office rooms to posh suites. The only drawback is that it is a little over two miles from downtown and its size tends to isolate it a bit. Thus, if you are without a car, you might feel stuck, but the hotel is a city in itself, complete with shops, bars, restaurants and a health club.
Featuring an indoor pool open all year and a wellness centre, Tangla Hotel Tianjin boasts upscale rooms with soothing colours and lavish décor. It offers a well-equipped fitness centre and a library. Free Wi-Fi is available in the entire hotel. Centrally located in Tianjin, Tangla Hotel is a 20-minute drive from Tianjin Railway Station and a 30-minute drive from Tianjin Binhai International Airport. Haihe Cultural Square is a 13-minute drive away and Maigo shopping area is a 10-minute walk away. Spacious guestrooms come with a cosy seating area, a dressing room and a flat-screen TV with cable channels. They also have free wired internet, a CD player, a radio and ironing facilities. En suite bathrooms are fitted with free toiletries and either a bathtub or shower facilities. Guests can laze in the sauna, or pamper themselves with a massage treatment. Added conveniences include a business centre, meeting facilities and currency exchange. The hotel also has a rooftop bar and a Japanese restaurant, which offers panoramic views of the city. The Qing Palace Chinese Restaurant serves Asian cuisine.
Unlike many two and three star hotel offerings in Tainjin that look like parking garages with windows, this hotel has a bit of architectural character. Although it is technically located in the commercial district, it is on the southern industrial end, which may not be very appealing to tourists considering the unsightly views and the distance from attractions (minus the earthquake memorial). The rooms feature modern amenities, just try to get one with a view to the north.
Although this boutique hotel is not the service king of the business district hotel, the fact that is has historic ambiance, exceptionally affordable rooms, and a load of restaurant offerings keeps it competitive. Built in 1923 in traditional Oriental style and architecture, it underwent renovations in the mid-1990s to add a bit of Western flair. Considering it is in the heart of downtown, it is within easy access to local government buildings and the few significant central tourist attractions.