Haidian Natatorium | 海淀游泳馆

Beijing, Beijing Province, CHINA (PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF)

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Facility Overview

Facility Name
Haidian Natatorium | 海淀游泳馆
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Furong Li South Street, Hai Dian District
Beijing, Beijing Province 100086
(010) 6264-2626

Adult Admission Price & Policy

RMB 40. (See "Facility Notes", below.) [July, 2019]
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Full-Size, Year-Round Pools & Boards

Pool 1
25m x 16m, 6 lanes, 1.9m - 2.1m depth, indoors, 27ºC (81ºF).
Pool 2
25m x 16m, 6 lanes, 1.3m - 1.5m depth, indoors, 27ºC (81ºF).


The entrance to the complex is from the “track side” / carpark - the site entrance is Wanquanhe Road.
Beijing Province
39.9859826, 116.2963232

Teams That Use This Facility

We have no web links or contact information for teams that train at this facility.

Facility Notes

Pool 1 is considered a deep water pool so a "deep water certificate" is required. This involves passing a swimming test - the lifeguards can assist on this; they will sign a slip of paper and the office staff will create a certificate valid for three years, allowing you to swim in all deep water pools in the city. Bring a passport photo; the card costs 10 RMB. [July, 2019]
As of July, 2019, hours were: Weekdays from noon to 4 PM and from 7 to 9 PM; weekends from noon to 9 PM.

Facility Reviews

This is a well worn facility consisting of two 25m x 16m, 6 lane pools. One lane of each pool is shallow for water walking. The deep water pool is a great temperature, but beware: the lanes are ungraded, swimmers (tend) go counter-clockwise, and most do breaststroke. The other swimmers can be frustrating, so get in early for a lane to yourself (for a while) - additionally it appears the nearby school? summer-school? uses the pool in the before 2 PM and from 4 to 7 PM, so there's no swimming early (sadly).

The staff is charming and helpful - but absolutely no English is spoken.

Useful tips:

1.Buy your ticket from the Natatorium office (not the office opposite the pool entrance); the office is a set of glass doors directly to a reception desk (not the glass doors leading to gym/staircase/etc.).

2. If you need a deepwater card, get a lifeguard to check that you can swim four lengths; then (at some stage) take the 10 RMB to the natatorium office, then take the receipt + piece of paper + passport photo to the office-booth opposite the pool entrance.

3. The changing rooms are VERY busy; and the locking can seem odd at first - each locker must be opened by the custodian AND your key (one after the other). The custodians are very pleasant; there were two on duty whenever I swam.

[July, 2019]