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Adequate hotel, older and basic, but staff were helpful as they could be with basic English only. Buffet breakfast was mainly chinese style but totally adequate and great before catching a morning flight. Free shuttle to airport is handy tooE
Easy choice for cost, cleanliness, and metro access. Closesest metro is Line 6 Huanghuagang metro station exit A. Walk past the McDonald's and make a right at the 7-eleven. It's down the street on the right. I booked it for 168RMB/27USD and was very happy. Checkout time is 12.
Easily accessible from the Changshoulu train station and nearby Shangxiajiu shopping area. It faces a road which does get noisy from about 430 am to 12 midnight. The building proper is charming yet modernized and true to the pictures. Being an old building, there's a small step at the front door ...
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.
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