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Wonderful hotel, staff are very nice n helpful. A little out of the way, no shop or restaurants around. Breakfast is a waste of the money, lots of food but they are cold and not well prepared.
a lot of small kids in CAFFE MONDO and lobby not a great place for business travelers . not very impressed with the food and in CAFFE MONDO and Execitive Club 99th Floor
My wife, my 1-year old boy and I stayed for 5 nights for our vacation and overall had good experience with Sofitel Guangzhou. Nice hotel as advertised, friendly stuff, and big room with nice views. The hotel provided us a baby cot and it's nice. We're however disappointed with the food, as buffet ...
The hotel staff was mare in getting my room E ready for an early check in and upgraded me to a suite as compensation. The staff at the concierge desk speaks very fair English and are always happy to help and share advices. Overall good. Price of hotel restaurant is overpriced but there are a few ...
Love the rooms, the space , the housekeeping service , the 24 hour option for room service , most of the staff understand english, very clean ! Very easy to get taxi ir transportation from the hotel, very quite and restful . Beautiful rooms , bar and dinning room.
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
Guangzhou, the capital of the Guangdong Province, is a buzzy, vibrant metropolis home to 13 million people, and famous for its luxurious modern hotels. Expedia offers a range spa hotels in Guangzhou, offering traditional massage and beauty treatments, outdoor pools, hot tubs, saunas and steam rooms.
Situated 75 miles from Hong Kong, Guangzhou was once a major port on the Maritime Silk Route and now attracts a leisure crowd who come for its modern hotels, Qin dynasty history and fabulous Cantonese food. The standard of accommodation in Guangzhou is excellent, and spa hotels are no exception.
Tianhe, Guangzhou's modern Central Business District is famed for its mirrored skyscrapers, sleek shopping malls and swanky five star hotels, many with state-of-the-art spas. While many visitors to the district are here on business, it also attracts sports fans to the Tianhe Stadium, a 65,000 seat arena built for the 1987 National Games of China.
After a day relaxing at your Guangzhou spa hotel, spend the evening enjoying a traditional Chinese opera at the avant-garde Guangzhou Opera House, designed by award-winning international architect, Zaha Hadid. A stunning modern edifice near the Pearl River, it's one of Guangzhou's most visited modern attractions.
Next to Tianhe is the colourful Yuexiu District, regarded as Guangzhou's culture hotspot. See the magnificent Five Ram Statue in Yuexiu Park, explore the province's Qin history at the Guangzhou Museum in the Zhanhai Tower, or visit the 2000-year-old tomb of Zhao Mo, the second king of Nanyue in the Mausoleum of Nanyue King, one of China's finest museums.
As the home of Cantonese cuisine, Guangzhou offers some amazing dining experiences. Feast on suckling pig and freshly steamed dim sum along the narrow Canton streets of Liwan, or try local dishes such as stewed snake and crocodile at the legendary Fisherman's New Village restaurant in Panyu. Head to the Tianhe District for swish fine dining restaurants, or for a more traditional meal try one of the authentic family-run establishments in Shipai Village.