Banyan Tree Chongqing Beibei Hotel

No.101 Hot Spring Road, Chengjiang,Beibei District, Chongqing,Chongqing,China

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    Experience World-class Service at Banyan Tree Chongqing Beibei Hotel

    Set in a prime location of Chongqing, Banyan Tree Chongqing Beibei Hotel puts everything the city has to offer just outside your doorstep. Both business travelers and tourists can enjoy the hotel's facilities and services. Service-minded staff will welcome and guide you at the Banyan Tree Chongqing Beibei Hotel. Comfortable guestrooms ensure a good night's sleep with some rooms featuring facilities such as television LCD/plasma screen, separate living room, internet access – wireless, internet access – wireless (complimentary), whirlpool bathtub. Recuperate from a full day of sightseeing in the comfort of your room or take advantage of the hotel's recreational facilities, including yoga room, fitness center, sauna, hot spring bath, outdoor pool. Discover all Chongqing has to offer by making Banyan Tree Chongqing Beibei Hotel your base.

    Amenities

    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Currency Exchange
    • Business Center
    • Childcare Service
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    reviews

    • Overpriced with very poor software

      2.0
      Reviewed 06 July 2019

      went to stay on a SAT night in april when the weather was dull and rainy. very slow check-in, getting no miles even I was paying more than rmb 2200, the reception clerk asked me for Accor Card, which i still don't have one. from the dampened outdoor to the "cozy" lobby, spotted there wasn't a matt to remove extra moisture. usually i call this "wet-market settings". quite surprised to find that at BT. was assigned a villa graced with a hot spa. the room (or villa) is of approx 130 sqm (too big as i was staying alone). things seemed ok at the beginning when I checked in after-lunch. then upon returning to the villa after dark, the near-zero light from the villa gate to the bedroom was "swampy" and there was simply no way to avoid those "water mines" on the ground. it could have been better if there were proper lighting for the short path from the villa gate to the bedroom. guess, someone has been saving money or it was technologically challenging to do it. so guess everything has been formulated around the idea of get "soaked" and nothing else. the work desk has electric-powered phone which showed the wrong time and requiring special button-pressing to take or end a call. chinese menu wasn't available (guess most of the guests are english-speaking). the side of the desk has 2 power sockets which were "preoccupied" with the lamp and phone power cables. so i had to unplug one of them in order to find way to power up my laptop (guess only me was unhappy about this). i wonder if people go there just get soaked, get laid and nothing else. really funny setup, even though the price tag exhibits its positioning of deluxe lodging. unfortunately the software and many amenities are dampers to the original service pledge.

      sunsun69s
    • 2nd time... still ok

      4.0
      Reviewed 06 February 2019

      Had a good 3 day stay here. Nothing has changed really from last year. Well, the hotel is falling apart a little bit more than last year. But that's expected under the zero-maintenance regime. Stayed in a hotel room this time and actually enjoyed it more than the villa. For convenience. And even the hotel room has the hot spring pool on the terrace so what else do you want. The public hot spring area was in a more dilapidated state than a year earlier. Wonder what's it gonna be like in a year or two. Actually, in a way I'm waiting for Banyan Tree to back out of this property. It really doesn't meet the standard. Feels like the entire place is rusting away. Food is not bad. Chinese restaurant, the hotpot and the breakfast buffet. You gotta have the Dan Dan mian from the noodle stall. Wow.

      TravelCQ
    • Private Hot spring

      5.0
      Reviewed 02 February 2019

      This Banyan Tree is a bit differ from the others. The location is at the hot spring area. There is no private swimming pool inside the room but there is a private hot spring. Although it is not that cold in Chongqing in Jan (around 10 degree), it is good to enjoy hot spring, especially the hot spring is at balcony of the room. The hotel design is very traditional Chinese style. I stayed there for three nights, and I did not see any overseas tourists. All the guests were Chinese, and many families with small kids. Because of this, it was a bit noisy in the restaurants, at the corridors and in the gardens etc. In general, the facility and services are good.

      CherryC8
    • Hot spring hotel nestled at the foot of Qingyun mountain

      4.0
      Reviewed 18 October 2018

      Stayed for 2 nights under their sense of rejuvenation package. Had 3 wonderful massages there. Stayed in a doublepool villa which was spacious and the furnishing was great. They had B&O TVs inside the viilas, automatic Bidets, etc. Not all staff can speak English. Service levels generally not bad except for a few staff whose attitude is not as friendly. There were some that were very good but a pity I did not get their names. Food are mainly Chinese food. Breakfast selection great. Indoor pool and onsens were great! Gym has a lot of equipment. The main thing to do is to relax in the resort. The Qingyun mountain is not impressive and not a must go.

      sporetravel01
    • Great potential! But...

      4.0
      Reviewed 13 February 2018

      Stayed here for 4 nights in a villa and a hotel room. Overall a pleasant experience and probably your best choice if you want to experience hot springs near Chongqing. Overall quite good, even the service, they really are trying. Its just totally not on par with other Banyan Trees I have visited and here's why: The first few points are general China points, hard to change it I guess: + sauna, steam, public hot spring area could need a good cleaning + also some (a lot of) maintenance in these spaces wouldn't hurt. I was in shock to find out that the resort only opened 4 years ago. Feels and looks like a good 10 years have passed without maintenance. Everything is falling apart + open door policy in the above areas so everything is nice and cold indoors in winter + unheated restaurants in winter.. People having dinner are wearing big jackets... like in a small Chinese restaurant on the roadside + design flaws like super tiny changing rooms when lots of space in the building is wasted on unnecessary and unutilised space + In-villa steam bath not working, even after 'repairs' were done + villa is generally too dark but this is a matter of taste I guess. Only thing I'm sure about is that 99% of guests have brighter lighting at home (especially in fluorescent neon/led-china) + villa bedroom could have been more spacious if well planned + if you extend your stay for one day it is much cheaper to do this on Ctrip than with the reception. That's so not smart. And then comes the big one: The resort is situated right between TWO ABANDONED AND ROTTING CONSTRUCTION SITES that haven't changed for years. Some photos below. It really takes away a lot of what the scenery could have been. One of the projects is part of the Banyan Tree group. A 300 room Angsana hotel was built but only half completed. There are 100s of buildings around the resort all standing empty with open windows. And then there are the villas which they were planning to sell at mere USD 3 million. Well, just guess what happened... They had big plans. A helicopter landing site with hangar is right next to the resort... I have no time to talk about the great sides of a Banyan Tree resort like the b&o music player, the Japanese special WC or the amenities, because frankly at the price level you expect it. But here are some I just have to mention: + general friendliness of staff and although mostly lack of English skills always trying to help + nice bar/cigar lounge with an ok wine list. Always empty (of course) + great hot spring experience if you don't limit yourself to the private pool in your room/villa + good food, tried all 3 restaurants (don't expect China prices tho) + comfy and well heated rooms! + nice walks around the hotel grounds (if you ignore the abandoned construction projects)

      TravelCQ

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