You should consider staying in Zhuimei Hotel, which is around 2.5 miles away from this landmark. Adventurers will appreciate the proximity to Guanqian Street that Mingtown Suzhou Youth Hostel has to offer. For the budget traveler, Bestay Express Guanqian Street in Xiang Cheng district is a great place to stay.
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Where to stay in Suzhou (Jiangsu)?
Best cheap hotels in Suzhou (Jiangsu)
Suzhou (Jiangsu) airports & Subway stations
Consider booking a hotel like Jinjiang Inn near Laodong Lu subway station, as this is a great way to explore other neighborhoods. If you would like to stay in a hotel near Suzhou railroad station, think of 3-star Greentree Alliance Jiangsu Suzhou Stone Road Shantang Street Hotel and Suzhou Haobainian Boutique Hotel.
Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
In the city center of Suzhou (Jiangsu), you will find a high volume of excellently rated hotels including Suzhou Marriott Hotel, which offers a 5-star stay and comes with free self-parking, a Jacuzzi and tubing. Another option is Jinjiang Inn - Suzhou Sanxiang Road in the city center, which is also a 10-minute walk from Le Lac restaurant.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Suzhou (Jiangsu)
If you're on the hunt for luxury hotels in Suzhou (Jiangsu), choose Pan Pacific Suzhou, a 5-star hotel set in Gu Su district. Tonino Lamborghini Boutique is a quirky boutique hotel set in Gu Su district. Hanting Express Suzhou Guanqian Jingde Road is a top-rated chain hotel in Wu Zhong district, and is situated within easy reach of Twin Pagodas.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Suzhou (Jiangsu) has 113 B&B deals, such as Suzhou Leju Boutique Apartment or Taihu Lake King Apartment for your home-like comfort and atmosphere. Novotel Suzhou Sip in Suzhou (Jiangsu) is a good hotel for families, featuring free self-parking, an indoor swimming pool and a swimming pool. For a relaxing vacation, reserve a resort hotel near Suzhou West Hill Scenic Area, such as Xishan Hotel or Taoyuan Holiday Hotel.
City Guide: Discover the best of Suzhou (Jiangsu)
Suzhou is China's silk capital.
It has been known for its delicate silk since ancient times, when fertile soil and a mild climate nourished the production of silk and led to the flourishing of Suzhou embroidery. This tradition of garment decoration threads through 2000 years of the city's history.
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First silk was put to use by the Song Dynasty, but Suzhou became a thriving center for silk industries under the control of Ming Dynasty. Since then silk handicrafts in Suzhou evolved their own style, making these "paintings by needle" impossible to beat even by the great masters of oil painting.
This business brought such good money to the city that, later, famous explorer Marco Polo would record the city as being comprised of "prudent merchants, but skilful in the arts''. In the 20th century Japanese occupation and World War II slowed down the city's growth, but today it is on its way to revitalization.
The concentration of business has taken away some part of Suzhou’s old beauty. The biggest part of the city is packed with hi-tech industries and more than 1500 foreign companies headquartered in the area of three industrial zones - Suzhou Industry Park, Suzhou Industrial Park Export Processing Zone and Suzhou Hi-Tech Industrial Development Zone.
But Suzhou is not just a city for business, but is regarded as one of the greenest cities in the country with numerous gardens and water canals that fueled its reputation as ''Venice of the East''. Most of the waterside architecture has been UNESCO treasured since 1997, while Suzhou's gardens make it a city ideal for strolls and sightseeing. Attractions include;
- The Humble Administrator's Garden, an old park that took sixteen years to build it
- Ping Jiang Road, a beautiful walkway more than thousand years old and lined with shops and remnants of traditional architectural styles
- North Temple Pagoda, the most famous structure in the city that dominates the whole skyline and can be seen from any train station
- Suzhou Silk Museum offers to trace the history of silk trade in Suzhou
After a huge dose of sightseeing have a rest in nearby restaurant or cafe to test whether Chinese cuisine is really hot. From rolls, lotus leaf rice, turnip cakes, buns to green vegetables, and soups you can taste it all only in China, but with a warm welcome in Suzhou. Consult Booked.net if want your stay in any Suzhou hotel be easy and comfortable.