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Once in the room the hotel was great. Huge room. Very modern. Cleaned well. Breakfast buffet was awesome with 20+ dishes. Free airport shuttle was great and very convenient running every 30 minutes. Downside was the actual location. Pretty hard to find especially as the entrance was hidden at the ...
I enjoyed my stay at the apartment. The apartment is great but is needs a refrigerator to keep the drinks cold. The breakfast selection is good and cater for most people.
Great location next to subway, Walmart and others. Friendly staff with great help. Nice clean and cozy room with locked fridge with a tiny uneasy. Breakie should be improved much. Overall is great stay. Thanks
Excellent service for to & fro travel to the Canton Fair Complex. Registration office at the hotel is so convenient for the visitors of the fair. Very good hospitality and service. The location is far away from the msrkets for the shopping. Like most of the hotels in China, the staff here also except ...
Staff very helpful. Hotel hired many English speaking interpreters during the fair. Allen was extremely helpful and went out of his way to make it a great experience for all the guests. The shuttle service to an from the fair was not only convenient, but saved money for taxi's/metro etc. probably ...
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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