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I was in the West Building . This historic building now a hotel has character and is close to the Shamian tourist location. Some reception staff seemed disinterested in offering assistance.
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.
HUGE room, i mean HUGE. Comfortable, Tidy, Amazing grounds, Good buffet dinner, Very helpful staff, Free shuttle service to Chimelong Parks, Fantastic pool, Would visit again.
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.
Good value hotel with all modern facilities & very comfortable. Food was ok. Staff are very helpful & location on the river is nice. Only thing was that taxi drivers kept taking us to the other hotel from the same chain close by (even when we gave them a card with the address on it) but that is a ...
i booked a deluxe room for day 1 and business room for the rest of the nights(due to unavailablity of business room for night 1) i was given a room with 1 double bed, but the counter staffs insisted that the room given to me was a Deluxe room. Deluxe and Business should be of same size (32 sq m) ...
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.