There's a relative lack of budget hotel options in Guangzhou, but mid-range and top-tier hotels can be very reasonable for what you get. Though it might not work at international five-star operations and it certainly won't work during peak periods, it's often worth pushing for a discount when booking.
Business guests will likely find the best choices among the high-rise Tianhe district hotels, where the major railway station is located along with the city's business district.
Tourists might find it more pleasant and convenient to base themselves in a Shamian Island hotel, with better access to the city's historic and cultural attractions.
Guangzhou's largest public park, Yuexiu Park (Yuèxiù Gōngyuán, 越秀公园), features the usual green space but also houses a small city museum, remnants of the..
Also known as the "Chen Clan Temple", the Chen Clan Academy (Chén Jiā Cí, 陈家祠) is a unique complex and a fascinating monument to South China's..