- Charges for extra guests may apply and vary depending on the property's policy.
- A cash deposit or credit card for incidental charges, as well as a government-issued photo ID, are required at check-in.
- Special requests are subject to availability at the time of check-in and can't be guaranteed. Certain requests may come with additional charges.
- The following credit card is accepted: JCB International.
- No rollaway or extra beds are available.
Crowne Plaza Tianjin Binhai4.5 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Stayed here for 2 weeks in January. Nice, clean hotel. It's huge, they also have apartments for rent. One complaint would be there is very limited parking. Since I was working there so long, my Chinese colleague rented a car. Every day when we returned we would have to fight for a parking place. they really needed underground parking. Another is at breakfast they tried to pull off pie filling for jam and all the food was barely warm. I ate congee since I knew it was hot. It's really close to the airport if you have an early morning flight.
We stayed at the Crown Plaza in September for 1 evening prior to a flight back to Canada. We got there mid afternoon and check in was smooth and efficient. We had booked the Superior Suite and very very impressed when we got to the room. Spacious with bedroom separated from living area by a divider wall offering us plenty of room to spread out all of our stuff and repack after we had jammed it all in our cases the day before. We also like having the bigger rooms because usually before a long flight one of us is restless or can't sleep so being able to watch tv or be online without disrupting the other is a benefit. For lunch we went around the corner to a pub that we had read about on other reviews. It was nice to get a couple of beers and some quick food before returning to the hotel to relax the rest of the day. We skipped dinner since we had eaten lunch so late. There are plenty of food options at the hotel, we just didn't try any of them. In the evening we went down to the lobby bar and had a couple of beers just before they closed. Check-out in the morning was once again a smooth process. We had made sure of the airport shuttle time when we checked-in so it was a stress free morning, with the shuttle being on time. We will stay at the Crowne Plaza Tianjin Binhai again the next time we are passing through.
It’s a very good hotel located in Binhai area. It’s approximately 10 minutes by car fromTianjin airport and 45 minutes by regular way from Tianjin South Railway Station. It’s usually full of foreigners coming for business trips to the numerous factories located in Binhai area. Hotel room is clean and spacious, the bathroom is well-cleaned each day, the bathroom amenities are also very satisfactory. Selection for the breakfast is a combination between foreign and western food with a if enough selection. Good hotel for a business trip to Binhai area. It’s quite far away when you want to travel to Tianjin downtown (if you care). Hotel restaurant is not really special, you can eat in the small Irish pub just behind the hotel (if you don’t mind some cigarette smoke and the smell of food in your clothes - the food itself tastes amazingly well and the quality is very constant) Recommended!
Absolutely excellent Hotel ! Very nice and helpful personel, services, good food, gym, spa and fantastic rooms. Small stores around the corner, walking possibilities to shopping malls etc. Free Wifi at hotel.
Don't be confused by its name with "Binhai". Actually it's located very close to the airport. It's a very clean hotel. Staffs are nice and helpful. There is a mall right across the street. And there is a Starbucks right there. (Sorry I didn't try). If you are travelling by air, and try to avoid the traffic. This is the hotel I want to recommend.
This hotel is really a nice experience. it was clean, the breakfast is so huge it makes you wonder how it's all possible every day. There is more food than you could ever even taste in a few days time. There is an somewhat upscale "retail village" for lack of a better term just over the bridge, which features many lanes of retail shops all set off in its own village type road system. The staff was helpful, and I had absolutely no complaints in the 8 days I stayed there. Staying in the higher end hotels usually provides you with navigation of issues with English enabled staff, this is more helpful than you might think if you are ever in need of something, and there is no one who speaks English. I would suggest this be considered when booking in China.
There are quite a few positives associated with a stay at this hotel, but unfortunately it is let down by a couple of details. First the positives. The rooms are spacious and comfortable. The staff are friendly and helpful. There is a good level of amenities such as restaurant, lounge bar with coffee shop, ATM machine, swimming pool etc. So on the face of it, it is a nice place to stay. Now for the negatives. The internet is very slow and patchy. It often takes over a minute to load a web page and e-mail seems to arrive in batches when the connection is active rather than updating all of the time. As well as this, I was concerned about the hygiene in the kitchen as I had an upset stomach for most of the 4 weeks I stayed at the hotel. I did occasionally eat elsewhere, but most of my meals were taken at the hotel. What sealed it for me was seeing the restaurant manager walking out of the toilet without washing his hands. Up to that time I was willing to give the hotel the benefit of the doubt, but this really put me off eating in the restaurant. It's a shame as the reception staff, the housekeeping staff, and the bar staff were great. The internet and restaurant just let the place down.
Was staying for 1 night, ended up staying for 3. We had room 638 non smoking, it's a massive room with a garden view. The view was very ordinary with empty water fountains and poorly maintained gardens, I would have chosen a lake view next time. The business lounge on level 9 was very nice and the girl from Serbia was very helpful, I can't say the same for the breakfast staff. I went down at 9.30 am and the girl Said to me breakfast ?we close in 30 minutes quickly please. Hmmmm it was a good variety with a mix of western and Asian cuisine. I was rushed so I took a plate and asked for a Coffee Latte and it was awful. The lobby is beautiful they have a nice cocktail bar and club in the front. Room has a big bath and separate shower. What is annoying is they knock so early for laundry. They have an Indoor pool and well equipped gym. There is an Irish pub behind the hotel with a host of small Chinese restaurants. So we found out on the last night that over the bridge there are plenty of restaurants with nice lake views. I would stay here again.
I am here with work for 3 months, having booked in 2 weeks ago. While it is a plush looking, marble clad edifice, totalling 300+ rooms. Wonderful, grand reception area, various bars/lounges and the usual selection of eating environments, it really misses the point of an easy stay. There is one cash machine (frequently out of service), and while this is not the end of the world, reception will not cash on cards (although you can pay your bills on them, or book through your room with the added expense), offering instead a "fairly short walk down the road" to some unsecured cash machine.( oh and by the way, they don't except "old £20 notes" for exchange, although they could not tell me how they dated them other than " they looked older"!) The reception seems to rely on people to smile at you to make whatever problem go away. Within 3 months I will have earned enough points to elevate me to supernova level, and although they have the booking in advance, because I have no points on arriving and this being a single stay, I have no access to the amenities or benefits that will come in due time. I could book out for the weekend and book back in again and achieve these levels well within my 3 month stay , so the staff tell me! Says something if they are willing to see you leave so they can welcome you back again at a different level). As always, it's the easy to fix, simple common sense approach that seems to leave a "good hotel" miles apart from a " above average experience" that you might expect.
Room : the only consolation as it's big grand with bathtub and 2 tv. Lounge: good. Reception: slow. Disorganised. Although there are 7 pax group booking, it's not prepared upfront. Shuttle: from Beijing to hotel, coach broke down. Sent another coach with customers u turn back to fetch the rest. Given 50% off.. imagine 3 hrs on road. F&B level 2: inattentive staff. Doesn't seem to know basic job scope. No smile etc. Left plates not cleared and standing there to wait for the sun to rise. Let's see what happens at breakfast tomorrow. Something is wrong with this IHG hotel.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
- Free airport shuttle
Located in Dongli, Crowne Plaza Tianjin Binhai is 12 mi (19.3 km) from Tianjin Kerry Centre. This 388-room, 4.5-star hotel has conveniences like an indoor pool, free in-room WiFi, and free self parking. Zhongxin Park is also 12.5 mi (20.1 km) from this Tianjin hotel.
In addition to a meal at the onsite restaurant, you can also enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge. Order from room service to satisfy your hunger without leaving your room. Start your day off with breakfast, available for a fee.
All 388 rooms provide minibars, coffee makers, and free newspapers. Guests can expect to find free WiFi and TVs. Safes, ironing boards, and desks are other standard amenities.
Guests staying at Crowne Plaza Tianjin Binhai enjoy an indoor pool, a fitness center, and a sauna. You can take advantage of free parking, along with a free airport shuttle. Friendly staff can provide a safe deposit box at the front desk, and also offer advice about sightseeing. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include free WiFi in public areas, a business center, and free newspapers.
Reviews from Trip Advisor
93.0% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 174 reviews