A more budget-friendly alternative would be Yuebei Hotel, which is 3-star accommodation with room rates from 44US$. For a more budget-friendly option, try 7 Days Inn Guangzhou Beijing Road Pedestrian Street, just a 25-minute walk from Museum of the Western Han Dynasty Mausoleum of the Nanyue King. Situated in Hai Zhu district, 4Th Zhongshan Road Garden Inn offers simple accommodation about a 15-minute walk from Bronze Statue of Sun Yat-sen.
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Where to stay in Guangzhou?
Best cheap hotels in Guangzhou
Guangzhou airports & Subway stations
A popular choice about 0.5 miles from Guangzhou Baiyun International airport is Guangzhou Airport Voyage Service Apartment Baiyun Airport. New World Hotel is a 3-star property situated within walking distance of Gongyuanqian metro station and 0.6 miles from the city center. Lavande Hotels Guangzhou Railway Station is only a 10-minute walk to Guangzhou train station for those who would like to opt for a time-saver.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
Park View Square will put you within a 10-minute walk of the city center and is situated in Hai Zhu district. If you want to be closer to the center, consider Fortune Business Hotel, situated 150 feet from the heart of Guangzhou and offering a casino, a sauna and a health club. 35-star hotels in Tian He district offer accommodation options with prices starting from 89US$.
If you wish to stay in Guangzhou near popular tourist attractions like a museum, a temple and a palace, then Private Enjoyed Home Jinyuan Apartment is within walking distance from there as well as 550 feet from Former Residence of Jeme Tien Yow. Located 0.9 miles away from Hualinsi Jade Street, The Bauhinia Hotel is the best option.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Guangzhou
Travelers who enjoy a luxury vacation, may look at hotels in Tian He district, such as Doubletree By Hilton Guangzhou. In Guangzhou, Huadu district is home to several hotels including the 5-star Pullman Guangzhou Baiyun Airport, a distinctive boutique hotel. Another option is to check out the rates and amenities at the chain hotels, such as Wanda Vista Guangzhou or Wanda Realm Guangzhou Zengcheng, close to Dafeng Gate Scenic Area.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Guangzhou Xing Yi International Apartment is an affordable choice of an apartment that is 1400 feet from 10 Inversion Roller Coaster. If you are looking for a B&B in Guangzhou, Xcellent International Serviced Apartment is a valid option in Li Wan district not far from Guangzhou Tianhe Park. Guangdong Konggang Hotel offers good deals in Baiyun district, and it is rated as a good business hotel. If you're interested in staying at a resort in Guangzhou, think about staying at Shangri-La Guangzhou, situated near a river, parks and gardens and offering a tennis court, a health club and a solarium.
City Guide: Discover the best of Guangzhou
Fancy a trip down the ''Silk Road''?
It is the first that comes to mind when think of Guangzhou. This is a ''silk-woven destination'' as lies at the origin of the famed Silk Road – an extensive network of trade roads connecting east to west. These ways got their name thanks to lucrative silk trade and later saw exquisite Chinese porcelain and green tea leaves carried to major world destinations.
You can experience it for yourself in Guangzhou with Booked.net. Be it a room in cheap hotel in Guangzhou or one packed with luxuries all our listings come with maps, photos and discount prices exclusive to Booked.net. It takes you just a click to book a hotel in Guangzhou – a birthplace of silk and a child of Pearl River Delta.
The waters of the river appear to be a source of life for Guangzhou as industrial hub and a home to 10 million people with 7.3million registered inhabitants and more than three million residents living unofficially. The territory of Guangzhou is densely packed with locals making it the third largest city in China after Hong Kong and Beijing.
As the main manufacturing hubs of the Delta, Hong Kong and Guangzhou make the river banks the most polluted region in China. It is here industry stretches in all directions alongside its waters. Despite the pollution, Guangzhou is safe to breathe in thanks to adjacent Baiyun Mountain – ''the lungs of the city''.
The road to the top of Baiyun Mountain is paved along with a large amount of places to entertain like badminton, football courts and bungee jumping spots. Otherwise, take a stroll of the city to see its numerous sights. Attractions include;
- Guangxiao Temple was destroyed and rebuilt several times thus, the building dates only from the mid 19th century.
- Liurong Temple, the 6th century temple and a must-see for every visitor
- Sanyuan Temple, the oldest one in the city
- Guangzhou City Art Museum has a good slice of art for you with more than 10,000 masterpieces
Thanks to its numerous temples and museums, Guangzhou was listed to 24 Chinese cities of the most cultural and historical significance. It is the stamp of Guangzhou history that makes it so culturally vibrant.
A city spanning 2,500 years its origins are lost in the mists of time. Most of the existing information about the city's roots come from legends and folk stories. The most popular legend, states Guangzhou was established by five celestial beings who offered sheaves of rice to local people as a symbol of prosperity and abundance. After the celestials left, Guangzhou quickly developed into an influential city.
Guangzhou is open for you to draw your own conclusions and findings. You can try to trace its origins right there in Guangzhou with Booked.net.