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This hotel was conveniently located close to the event I was working at, and did not disappoint. Great room, reliable WiFi, excellent breakfast, laundry facility and helpful staff.
Expedia should include Chinese character name on all hotels in China. Fortunately I have some Chinese because if I hadn't, there is no way I would have found this hotel as its name was changed (and other travel companies had the new name but not expedia).
Stayed here for 2 weeks Was a great choice. Had good buffet breakfast. Made eggs as you want them. (Not included in your hotel price, and it was around $20dl per person) Staff was great, most could speak english some even spanish. Ever helpfull to help youout. Ex when i went into town they loked ...
after reading all the reviews and looking at the photos I booked a night at this hotel for my mother and i . The room we not as clean as i expected it to be. the bed and the covers were very clean and comfortable. the service at the front desk was horrible and they didn't speak much English so it ...
I was in the West Building . This historic building now a hotel has character and is close to the Shamian tourist location. Some reception staff seemed disinterested in offering assistance.
Probably 1/3 the price of the Marriot but surprisingly comfortable and clean. I won't spend so much staying in Guangzhou anymore. Don't expect the same staff service as the 5-stars but overall great value for the money. Within 15 minute walk to the Guangzhou East railway station. WiFi worked ...
Guangzhou has hundreds of three-star hotels to choose from. Search for boutique hotels near Guangzhou Zoo or business-focused accommodation in Haizhu, near the Pazhou Complex, home to Asia’s largest trade expo, the Canton Fair. You might prefer to stay in a three-star hotel in Baiyun, under White Cloud Mountain, or in the heart of it all in the Central Business District of Tianhe. Whether you’re looking for serviced apartments, traditional Chinese accommodation or international brands, you’ll find a three-star hotel in Guangzhou to suit you.
The Tianhe district is Guangzhou’s modern business hub. Aside from the corporate headquarters and mid-range international hotels, it’s also home to Google’s Guangzhou offices and Tianhe Sports Center - a 65,000-seat stadium.
Stay in the Haizhu district for the twice-yearly Canton Fair and see one of the city’s most famous landmarks - the Canton Tower. A huge open-air observation deck at the top of the tower offers far-reaching views over the region. You can just enjoy the panorama or dine at one of the many revolving restaurants, tearooms and food courts on offer.
Formerly known as Canton, Guangzhou is the home of Cantonese cuisine. Visit Shipai Village in Tianhe, where bustling commercial streets have some excellent family-run restaurants. Firm fans of dim sum should head to Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street in Liwan, nationally regarded as the best place for dim sum.
And while you're in the Liwan District, spend a serene hour or two looking at the 500 uniquely gold painted Buddhas in Hualin Buddhist temple, one of the oldest and most ornate temples in Guangzhou.
Guangzhou, China's third largest city, is easy to explore thanks to its excellent metro links and connections to Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Baiyun International Airport. Use Expedia’s search tool to find the best three-star hotel for your time in Guangzhou, whether you’re in town on business or for pleasure.