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Chat Hot Spring Resort
Chat Hot Spring Resort
7.5 Good
No.35, Ln. 177, Zhonghua Rd., Jinshan District, Taiwan
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1.3 mi from city centre, Jinshan District 
GoodBased on 426 reviews
7.5

Situated in New Taipei City, Chat Hot Spring Resort provides 3-star accommodation, as well as an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi. It also features a playground, a tour desk and a 24-hour reception.

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Cheapest month:September
Most expensive month:August
Average price in Jinshan District:£83/night
Absolute cheapest price found:£46/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Monday
£47 - £118
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
£46 - £101
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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Chat Hot Spring Resort
Chat Hot Spring Resort
7.5 Good
No.35, Ln. 177, Zhonghua Rd., Jinshan District, Taiwan
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1.3 mi from city centre,  

Situated in New Taipei City, Chat Hot Spring Resort provides 3-star accommodation, as well as an outdoor pool and free Wi-Fi. It also features a playground, a tour desk and a 24-hour reception.

£56
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About Jinshan District

One of Shanghai’s biggest districts, Jinshan stretches 23 kilometres along the coast in the south-west of the city. Aside from the popular beaches, it’s also renowned for its ancient temples, cultural sites and a distinct style of folk painting.

Things to do

Jinshan City Beach is the main allure for visitors seeking a bit of sun and sand amongst the sprawling metropolis of Shanghai. There are great seafood restaurants and coastal walking trails to explore, as well as a small amusement park.

Want a more cultural experience? Visit the Fengjing Ancient Town, where you’ll find re-created Ming and Qing style buildings in a Southern Chinese water town. Its streets are connected by more than 50 bridges, with exhibits of traditional handicrafts, including the unique Jinshan Peasants’ painting style. Create your own artwork under the guidance of local artisans or purchase beautifully crafted souvenirs to take home.

Dedicated to the bodhisattva of compassion, Guan Yin, Jinshan District is also renowned for the 14th-century Donglin Temple in the town of Zhujing. Witness its immense statue of Sudhana, the Child of Wealth, and the Guan Yin Hall whose bronze doors are adorned with 999 images of Buddha.

If you’re visiting between March and May, then don’t miss the tulip displays at Jinshan’s Binhai Park, complete with Dutch-inspired windmills, ponds and walking trails.

Getting around

The Jinshan Railway connects to Shanghai’s city centre in around 30 minutes and is the most convenient means of getting to the district, with taxis at most stations for local journeys. Buses also travel between the two hubs along the high-speed highway.

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  • What are the best hotels in Jinshan District?

    Water House (8.0/10 from 658 reviews) and Chat Hot Spring Resort (7.5/10 from 426 reviews) are both highly rated options in Jinshan District.