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Wyndham Hotels & Resorts are part of the Wyndham Worldwide Corporation, an American hospitality group recognised throughout the world. Wyndham Worldwide operates thousands of hotels under 15 different brands. And in China, you’ll find Wyndham’s mid-range Ramada hotels, and the budget-friendly Super 8 and Days Inn lodgings in the bustling city of Guangzhou.
One of Wyndham’s most recognised brand names is Ramada, a three- and four-star accommodation with comfortable, mid-range rooms in prime city locations. Ramada hotels can vary in size and have all types of facilities. Think indoor and outdoor pools, fitness rooms and saunas, plus modern bars and restaurants. Many Ramada guest rooms come equipped with thoughtful comforts like fridges, WiFi and 24-hour room service, as well as flat-screens and minibars.
At the value end of the market, Guangzhou’s Super 8 and Days Inn hotels are renowned for offering bright, simple yet comfortable accommodation, often with free parking and WiFi.
If you’re in Guangzhou on business, stay within easy reach of Tianhe, the city’s buzzing Central Business District, the Baiyun International Convention Centre or the Pazhou Complex, home to the legendary China Import and Export Fair which takes place each spring and autumn.
Book a room in a Ramada, Days Inn or Super 8 hotel and you'll have access to some of Guangzhou's main tourist attractions. Use Expedia to narrow down which Wyndham hotel you’d like to stay at, searching in the popular tourist districts of Baiyun, Yuexiu, Tianhe and Panyu.
Guangzhou also has a long history dating back to the Qin dynasty. Choose a hotel in the Yuexiu District to be close to Yuexiu Park and its Five Ram statue, an emblem of the city, before learning about Cantonese culture at the Guangzhou Museum housed in the Zhenhai Tower.
Northwest of Yuexiu is the Baiyun Mountain, known locally as White Cloud Mountain thanks to the clouds which often crown its many peaks. Walk or take a cable car to the top for far-reaching views of Guangzhou's futuristic skyline and the Guangdong Province.