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Smoking smell room. Key lock got some problem Washroom night doesn't work. Not feeling like cleanBut the best think is close to exhibition centre by walk 5mins Don't expect have good dinner, however you can get cafe, fruit,
Overall comments is good. Good services and the location is good. Very near the airport and can walk to airport. Food is good and facilities is good. The room is clean and the service is good. I enjoy to stay in this Hotel and I will try next
Hotel was nicely located near the TiyuXilu subway station and is close to a lot of eateries and a couple of shopping malls. TiyuXilu is also relatively centrally located against the main Guangzhou sights and sounds which makes it a good place to start out from. Only problem is that there are rooms ...
Situation is good. Easy for transoport & shopping. It takes about 15 minutes from the MTR to the hotel. There are many shops around the hotel.
Guangzhou, the capital of the Guangdong Province, is a buzzy, modern metropolis. Once a major port on the Maritime Silk Route, Guangzhou is now a hub for finance and commerce and attracts both business and leisure visitors. Expedia offers a variety of hotels with WiFi in Guangzhou, including many internationally recognised brands.
If you’re visiting Guangzhou on business, finding a WiFi hotel is even more important. Luckily, the majority of Guangzhou's business hotels offer high-speed WiFi, as well as conference and meeting facilities. You’ll find a good range of hotels with WiFi in Guangzhou’s Tianhe district, which is the city’s finance centre and is home to a number of company headquarters and regional offices. Business visitors will also find suitable WiFi accommodation near Guangzhou’s Pazhu Complex, which hosts the China Import and Export Fair each spring and autumn.
If you're here on holiday, then WiFi is just as important – we all love to share our holiday snaps on social media. Head to the Yuexiu District, Guangzhou's culture hotspot, and visit Yuexiu Park to see the famous Five Ram Statue, an emblem of the city. Or delve into the region's rich history at the Guangzhou Museum in the Zhanhai Tower. Another must-see attraction is the Mausoleum of Nanyue King. Regarded as one of China's finest museums, it's home to the incredible 2000-year-old tomb of Zhao Mo, the second king of Nanyue.
Business aside, shopping and eating are two of Guangzhou's major attractions. Rummage around the bustling stalls in the Yide Road and Baima wholesale markets, or head to the Beijing Lu Shopping District to find fashion and electronic bargains galore. And once you've worked up an appetite, head to the city's famous dim sum diners or explore the hundreds of fragrant street food and seafood restaurants dotted around the city.
Whether you're visiting Guangzhou for business or pleasure, Expedia's extensive range of hotels with WiFi means we've got your next Guangzhou stay covered.