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Reviewed 20 January 2016

There are two accommodation options at Nanshan, with a new hotel in the planning stages. The Norwegian Villa's look perfect for small groups and families staying a few nights for skiing and all the other fun stuff to do at Nanshan.
I stayed at Shirton Inn, which is about 580 RMB for a double room per night (not per person). The rooms are well appointed, with clean bathrooms, a lovely balcony with great views of the ski slopes and pond. There is a restaurant and I think they had room service. Booking is very difficult, off season there are few staff and this hotel can not be booked on Ctrip or other booking sites. I emailed Sales department and was able to book but it was a bit uncertain.
I arrived in the late afternoon by taxi, I was dropped at the ski village, but the accommodation is up the hill a long way. Try to get additional directions when you see the entrance to the Village retail plaza (where the ski tickets etc are sold). Basically you need to continue straight along the driveway that you drove in on and at the t-intersection turn right then right again into the car park (which is sign posted) and from there it is short walk to the hotel reception (which is around the other side of the largest building - it contains the hotel restaurant as well.

You need to do all the ski hire and purchase of tickets etc from the ski village. You can walk there downhill on a small path which runs alongside some of the snow play areas.

Room Tip: Any room is a good room
  • Stayed: December 2015, travelled solo
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3  Thank Kathleen L
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Reviewed 11 December 2014

Nanshan is only an hour from Beijing, which is great for a short trip. The lifts and facilities are all new, and organized. Priced well with options to only hit the slopes for and hour or two if like me it is something you are doing before a flight back home, Not too much elevation, but nice terrain Parks and variety for a short bucket list day.

I had a great time, and where else can you get noodles for lunch?

Stayed: December 2014, travelled on business
2  Thank azisling
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Reviewed 11 January 2014

We've been here two times now. The first time was on spring festival and it was great because hardly no people were here. The second time was on a normal Saturday and it was not so god anymore. We had lots waiting time: for the parking space, the tickets, the equipment and always for the lifts. The slopes itself are okay, but just too short for all this waiting time. The good thing is really the short way from Beijing...but if u want to really go skiing, you better accept a little longer way.

  • Stayed: January 2014, travelled as a couple
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3  Thank Daniel K
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Reviewed 23 December 2013

We have been to ski resorts in USA & Australia and this is a pretty decent resort. The ski attire & equipment for rent are very well maintained & clean. We spent 2 days on the slopes in mid Dec when it was just before the peak season (from Christmas). Not all of the slopes were open, but the machines that made the artificial snow was powerful enough to cover 3 major sections. Well suited for beginners, and especially children as the ski instructors are friendly, good with children, and effective. My boys aged 8 & 12 had never tried skiing before, mastered it in the 2 hours lesson. Good enough for them to go on their own up the ski lifts. My older one took on another lesson, snowboarding & was apt in it by the end of the 2 hour lesson. Ski pass, attire & equipment rental was 135yuen, very value for money. There were group ski lessons, but we took the private option at 250yuen. There are a handful of shops with well established brands such as North Face, as well as F&B outlets. The Mongolian lamb skewers at 3yuen was absolutely yummy as they are grilled upon purchase. A bowl of hot noodles with soup is at 25yuen. We stayed overnight in the resort, which was clean, comfortable, and new. Heating was good. Hot bath water is limited to a 40L tank (possibly sufficient for 2 persons), but it was not a problem as the tank heated the water up again to 40L in about 15 mins. Accommodation is about 500yuen. Getting from Beijing to the resort is easy; choose either the resort's private car at 400yuen or take a 1hr bus ride from Beijing at 14yuen per pax.

Stayed: December 2013, travelled with family
7  Thank VivienAndy
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Reviewed 15 January 2013

NanShan. I learned to ski here 7 years ago. It is a nice little ski area, emphasis on little.

We just went again a couple of days ago. We live in Northeastern Beijing so it is convenient. Normally, if we really want to ski we will drive 2 1/2 hours North west up to ChongLi in HeBei province as the skiing is much better there.

In NanShan it is probably 100% man made snow this year. The runs are mostly beginner trails, with 3 intermediate (any where else they would still be beginner) and one 'Black' trail.
We tried the Black and it was a mess of ice, once was enough. The blue trails can be fun but there are a lot of people.
Instead I spent the whole day on the mogul run which is quite good and challenging.

Nanshan has a nice park and is popular with boarders and snowblade skiiers.

All, in all if you just want a day out and can't be bothered with driving 2-3 hours, NanShan is good fun close to Beijing.

  • Stayed: January 2013, travelled with family
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1  Thank Bob C
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