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This family-friendly Guangzhou hotel is located in the business district, within 1 mi (2 km) of Guangzhou Friendship Store, Guangzhou Museum of Art and Guangdong ...
The Garden Hotel GuangzhouRs10,741The Garden Hotel GuangzhouRs10,741
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 9.3 mi (15 km) from Ma An Shan Park and 10.4 mi (16.8 km) from Huadu Sports Centre. Huadu Square and Baiyun Mountain ...
Pullman Guangzhou Baiyun AirportRs7,622Pullman Guangzhou Baiyun AirportRs7,622
Located in Yuexiu, this hotel is within 2 miles (3 km) of Guangzhou Friendship Store, Zhenhai Tower and Yuexiu Park. The Western Han Museum of the Nanyue King ...
Baiyun Hotel GuangzhouRs4,660Baiyun Hotel GuangzhouRs4,660
This family-friendly Guangzhou hotel is located on the riverfront, within 3 mi (5 km) of Canton Fair Complex and Redtory Art and Design Factory. Gold Coast Water ...
Shangri-La Hotel GuangzhouRs11,423Shangri-La Hotel GuangzhouRs11,423
Located in Haizhu, this luxury hotel is 0.6 mi (0.9 km) from Canton Fair Complex and within 6 miles (10 km) of Tianhe Park and Redtory Art and Design Factory. ...
Langham Place, GuangzhouRs11,066Langham Place, GuangzhouRs11,066
Located in Tianhe, this hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of CITIC Plaza and Tianhe Stadium. Guangzhou Library and Guangdong Museum are also within 3 miles (5 ...
Jianguo Hotel GuangzhouRs5,625Jianguo Hotel GuangzhouRs5,625
Located in Tianhe, this luxury hotel is within 1 mile (2 km) of Tianhe Park and Redtory Art and Design Factory. Guangzhou Library is 3.1 mi (5 km) away.
Soluxe Hotel GuangzhouRs7,093Soluxe Hotel GuangzhouRs7,093
Located in the heart of Guangzhou, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Haizhu Wholesale Market and Huaisheng Mosque. Liurong Temple and Zhenhai Tower are also ...
Hotel Landmark CantonRs4,547Hotel Landmark CantonRs4,547
This family-friendly Guangzhou hotel is located in the historical district, within a 15-minute walk of Museum of the Peasant Movement Institute and China Plaza. ...
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel GuangzhouRs7,291DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel GuangzhouRs7,291
From its centuries of history as a significant Silk Road stop to the sparkling skyscrapers which dominate its landscape today, Guangzhou has long been one of southern China's most important economic and transportation hubs. Eating and shopping may appear to be Guangzhou's most popular tourist attractions, but this densely populated city also contains a surprisingly large number of historic landmarks and tranquil retreats.Don’t Miss
Guangzhou is one of the largest cities in the world's most populous country, but the majority of its tourist attractions are situated in a comparatively small area near a centrally located road called Zhongshan.
No other structure in China stands taller than the Canton Tower, from which visitors can enjoy the view of this thoroughly modern city from an observation deck or watch a 4-D theatre screening. Guangzhou's more historic side is best seen at Shamian Island. The Our Lady of Lourdes Chapel is just one of the beautifully renovated 19th century British and French colonial buildings on this serene sandbank island.
Yuexiu is not only the largest of Guangzhou's many green spaces, but also the biggest city park in all of China. Guangzhou's symbolic Stone Statue of the Five Rams and the Ming Dynasty Zhenhai Tower are Yuexiu Park's tallest landmarks. The five-floor Guangzhou Museum is located within the Ming Dynasty Zhenhai Tower and features exhibits which are up to 5,000 years old.Restaurants and Bars
Eating and drinking are high on the list of most popular attractions in this Chinese city which boasts more restaurants than any other in the country. Although less adventurous eaters may wish to pass on Qingping Market's organ meats and live seafood offerings, no Guangzhou visit would be complete without sampling some dim sum, white cut chicken, or any other of the city's many authentic Cantonese staples. Guangzhou also has no shortage of nightlife options, from British style pubs to clubs where locals dance to a mixture of both recorded and live music.Shopping
Shopping is probably second only to eating on the list of best known Guangzhou attractions. Grandview Mall is the biggest of Guangzhou's numerous modern shopping complexes, but visitors must venture into back alleys to find most of the city's outdoor markets. Shangxiajiu and Beijing Lu are the two largest pedestrian shopping thoroughfares. Several smaller Guangzhou streets, including Cultural and Household Merchandise streets, are named after the merchandise which is sold in most of their shops.