Area Attractions

Located on the famous Shi Lao Ren Beach, Hyatt Regency Qingdao is just a short distance from the Grand Theatre and only a 5-minute walk to the Arts and Culture Centre along the beach front. Our hotel facilities include fitness and spa facilities with a heated indoor pool, all easily accessible to the garden and beach.

Hyatt Regency Qingdao

88 Donghai East Road
Qingdao, China, 266061



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Qingdao Grand Theatre

1.7 KM
Qingdao Grand Theatre is located in the Laoshan district. The entire complex comprises of a grand theatre of 1,600 seats, a concert hall of 1,200 seats, a multifunctional hall of 400 seats and a centre for modern art. Qingdao Grand Theatre features a variety of performances and various events featuring leading international performers.

Jogging along the Seashore

For those who enjoy jogging outside rather than on a treadmill, our hotel has a 2-kilometer wooden boardwalk that takes runners and walkers alike on a tour along the Shilaoren seashore.


Qingdao Museum

1.8 KM
Founded in 1965, Qingdao Museum is a local museum that integrates history and the arts. It is one of China’s first batch of Class-I museums and a key unit for the protection of ancient books. In 2000, a new Qingdao Museum was officially opened to the public in Laoshan with a floor space of 30,000 square meters.

Tsingtao Beer Museum

10.3 KM
Tsingtao Beer Museum covers an area of 6,000 square meters, with the whole facade reconstructed in European classical architecture style. It consists of three parts: centenary history and culture area, production techniques area and multi-purpose area.

The Chinese Naval Museum

12.6 KM
The Chinese Naval Museum is the only military museum to exhibit collections in the field of the development of the Chinese navy. Built in 1989, this naval museum, located at No. 8 Laiyang Road, lies to the west of the famous Luxun Park and faces Zhan Bridge across the sea.

Qingdao Wine Museum

10.4 KM
Covering an area of 8,800 square meters, the museum is composed of five sections along its 192-meter main passageway to showcase wine brewing, wine history and wine culture with the commentator's introduction, physical objects, sculptures, pictures and videos.