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Great hotel and location; rooms are modern and clean; large room
Our rooms were upgraded. Rooms were clean but smell of cigar smoke was present even if it is a nonsmoking floor. Rooms are provided with coffee, tea, water and electric kettle. Towels were absorbwnt and soft. Beds are just right. Room rates are reasonable. Hotel is near the train station. Will stay ...
Baiyun Hotel Guangzhou£50Baiyun Hotel Guangzhou£50
Lovely hotel and close to public transport. The rooms are very spacious and comfortable. Will definitely be back next time.
Typical, though worn out hotel at a good location. Many restaurants nearby.
This is a super nice hotel. Beautiful spacious rooms glad in white oak veneer. Enormous bathroom. Beautiful swimming pool and exercise facility. Excellent Chinese and Italian restaurants. Amazing breakfast buffet. Staff that is cordial and earnest and eager to please. All in all Wonderful. So, go ...
Located close to two MTR stations, the location is great. The rooms are quite big, great breakfast options. Staff extremely helpful.
This hotel is good for the businessman or a family who are staying here to stay in huada, It is close to the hotel and there is a free shuttle bus to the airport every hour. But there is no service to get to the hotel from airport which is annoying coz the taxis will try to rip you off, the fee should ...
Crowne Plaza Guangzhou Huadu£63Crowne Plaza Guangzhou Huadu£63
Guangzhou is renowned for fast-paced finance and international trade. However, it has a long history dating back to the Qin dynasty, is brimming with buddhist temples, and has a buzzing arts, culture and dining scene making it an ideal destination for romance and weddings. Expedia offers a wide range of wedding hotels in Guangzhou, including well-known international brands and independent options.
Choose a wedding hotel in Guangzhou’s Panyu district and you’ll be in the city’s original old town, dating right back to the Qin dynasty. Today it is a lively waterfront district overlooking the Pearl River Delta, and has a good range of wedding hotels, with several options in the four-star category. Here you can have your wedding photos taken on the magnificent Lotus Mountain, or by the 400-year old Lotus Tower temple at its peak.
If you're looking for a more traditional church setting, try the stunning Roman Catholic Sacred Heart cathedral in the Yuexiu District. Famous for its twin spires reminiscent of the Notre Dame in Paris, the cathedral was financed by Napoleon III and designed by French architect, Léon Vautrin. It is the largest Gothic cathedral in Southeast Asia.
Many of Guangzhou's wedding hotels are located in Tianhe, the city's central business district. Here you’ll be surrounded by towering, mirrored skyscrapers and modern shopping malls, and have your pick of luxurious five-star wedding hotels with chic bars, and swanky penthouse suites, infinity pools and gorgeous spas.
There’s plenty to do in Guangzhou before and after your wedding. Why not treat yourselves to some traditional Chinese opera at the Guangzhou Opera House? Perched near the Pearl River in Haixinsha Square, this state-of-the-art venue has an impressive glass and granite exterior, and an auditorium designed to bring out the best in both Chinese and western music.
Whether you’re looking for a traditional ceremony or the best in contemporary accommodation, Expedia’s Guangzhou hotel map and search filters will help you find your ideal wedding hotel in Guangzhou.