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JW Marriott Hotel Harbin River North
Songbei,Harbin - View on map
"The hotel is beautifully located at the Songhua river and not too far (however, not in walking distance) from the main attractions of the snow and ice festival and the new opera house with its unique architechture. The distance to downtown Harbin is considerable (approx. 10 km). There is a convenient complimentary hotel shuttle service to the two venues of the winter festival. Into downtown you need a taxi. The elegant hotel offers everything to feel at home away from home. The breakfast is excellent in quality and variety. There is a bavarian brewery at the hotel, which offers surprisingly good bavarian style food and beer. All staff members, albeit not always speaking English very well, are extremely friendly and helpful. Our special thanks go to Donald (Dong) for arranging our shuttle transports and tickets for the ice and snow festival and to Lilian for her outstanding and friendly assistance with all matters. We highly recommend this hotel for a stay in Harbin. "
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58 reviews

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$ 120
Ji Hotel Harbin Songbei Wanda Hotel
Songbei,Harbin - View on map
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$ 37
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$ 44
Crowne Plaza Harbin Songbei
Songbei,Harbin - View on map
"A very warm and beautiful Hotel in Harbin China!!!!"


33 reviews

Ji Hotel Harbin Central Street
Daoli,Harbin - View on map
Avg price per night
$ 45

Fast facts about Harbin, China

Accommodations1,204 properties
Popular hotelHanting Hotel Harbin Railway Station Square
Popular areaDaoli
Nightly rates fromC$8
AirportHarbin Taiping International Airport
Reasons to visitSightseeing, Skiing

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China’s northernmost city, Harbin was founded in 1897 as a camp for Russian engineers surveying the Trans-Siberian Railway. This city of ice and snow has capitalized on its infamous winters and is host to the annual Harbin Ice Festivals. Starting out as a nothing more than a camp, the modern and beautiful city of Harbin has grown far beyond its original limits. Harbin Airport serves as the point of entry and is a 45-minute drive from the city.

Though extremely chilly, the snow and ice of the winter months in Harbin set the scene for a number of festivals and attractions. There is no greater one than the annual Harbin Ice and Snow Festival, held between January and February. Ice and Snow World is one of the world’s largest ice architecture parks, and Zhaolin Park is considered a must-see during the Ice Festival thanks to its traditional ice lanterns. Sun Island Park is a major venue for the festivals during the winter months, and in the summer, it is considered to be the best natural summer venue. Siberian Tiger Park is next to Sun Island and is a great venue for the animal lover. Outside the seasonal attractions, Harbin offers some excellent city treats. Russian architecture can be explored in the old quarters with St. Sophia Cathedral – now the Harbin Museum of Architecture – serving as the main attraction. More European architecture as well as opportunities for shopping and dining can be enjoyed along Central Street, one of Asia’s longest pedestrian streets.

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