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Late check in times are disconcerting at the end of a long journey. We travelled in December which is not peak season and the metro trains and other facilities are not as crowded.
Fantastic stay at The Double Tree by Hilton. From arrival to departure I could not fault the hotel. A number of good restaurants at the hotel plus a number of good restaurants nearby. Breakfast was very good with a choice of both Western and Chinese. Rooms were big and clean with housekeeping doing ...
I felt I was welcome from the moment we were processing the check-in. The smiling faces of the bell boys and the front desk staff made us we were at home away from home.
I was impressed by these apartments, I have visited Guangzhou many times for Cantor Fair and this is the first time I have used a serviced apartment option. I would repeat again any time I visit Guangzhou for a fair.
From modern high-rise hotels in Guangzhou’s Tianhe district to luxury international chain hotels and boutique lodgings in the Haizhu, Pazhou and Yuexiu neighbourhoods, there are places to stay to suit you, whether you’re in Guangzhou on business or for pleasure.
If you’re in Guangzhou for the twice-yearly Canton Fair, Asia’s biggest trade expo, you’re likely to head for the upmarket hotels near the Pazhou Complex. The modern exhibition centre in Haizhu hosts more than 22,000 exhibitors in fifty trading categories at the Canton Fair each spring and autumn.
While you’re in Haizhu, take time to explore one of the oldest parts of Guangzhou. Enjoy a stroll along Yanjiang Zhonglu, the walkway on Pearl River’s banks, stopping off for a bite to eat at any of the restaurants or street-food stalls. Or you could hop on a river cruise with on-board restaurant.
Sandwiched between the modern glass towers of Tianhe and the Old Canton-style streets of Liwan, Yuexiu is Guangzhou's cultural hot spot. Leave your four-star hotel to visit the magnificent Five Ram Statue in Yuexiu Park, explore the Buddhist Temple of the Six Banyan Trees or discover the region's rich heritage at the Guangzhou Museum in the Zhanhai Tower.
Once the sun sets, why not take in a traditional Chinese opera at the state-of-the-art Guangzhou Opera House, designed by famed international architect, Dame Zaha Hadid. Overlooking the Pearl River, this magnificent glass-and-granite building was built in 2003 and has been a futuristic profile on Guangzhou's waterfront ever since.
But you can't come to Guangzhou and not sample some of China's very best food. The city serves up an array of Cantonese specialities, including suckling pig and stewed snake. While the modern Tianhe district is known for its high-end fine-dining restaurants, you might prefer to try the street food stalls in Yuexiu and the fantastic dim sum in Liwan's Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street.
Expedia has a wide variety of four-star hotels, serviced luxury apartments and boutique lodgings, so whether you're in Guangzhou for business or pleasure, we've got your next trip covered.