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Visit Hangzhou to discover historical streets and canals plus gorgeous natural surroundings. Hangzhou is one of China's biggest tourist attractions.
Hangzhou was the capital of the Southern Song Dynasty, which began in 1127, until the Mongols invaded in 1276. Back then, the city was populated by 1 million people. That's now ballooned to close to 9 million. Find high-quality and abundant accommodation in many parts of the city. Locals generally welcome foreigners readily.
Acquaint yourself with downtown Hangzhou by taking a stroll along Qinghefang Street, the city's best-preserved thoroughfare. Mingle with the locals, watch traditional handicrafts being made and sample delicacies like roasted walnuts and “dragon-whisker” candy. Next, visit China Silk City to sift through quality fabrics; remember to barter before buying.
Another walk you must take while in Hangzhou is along the Beijing-Hangzhou Grand Canal. You probably won't want to cover the entire length, since it is over 1,000 miles (1,700 kilometers) long. However far you get, appreciate it as the earliest and longest man-made canal anywhere.
The main reason for Hangzhou's tourist trade is undeniably West Lake. This enchanting body of freshwater is a UNESCO site and has been preserved and restored accordingly. Spend a weekend walking over Broken Bridge, climbing to the base of Baochu Pagoda and marveling at the sumptuous halls of Lingyin Temple.
Take time to relax in the parks and gardens surrounding West Lake. Enjoy the colors of the tulip festival held at Prince Bay Park every spring. For other walks among trees and flowers, visit Hangzhou Botanical Garden.
Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport provides regular flights to and from Hong Kong and Beijing. Get around Hangzhou on the convenient bus and subway networks. Rent a boat or bike along West Lake’s shores to enjoy a pleasant jaunt. Humidity is high in Hangzhou between June and September. In spring and winter, the climate is very comfortable and the scenery magical.
You don't have to stay in fancy hotels or fly first class to have an unforgettable vacation. Just throw yourself into all the fun things you can do while you're there!
Your trip to Hangzhou is about to get a whole lot more exciting. There are heaps of activities available, such as:
Take a look at our Hangzhou things to do page for a comprehensive list.
Excellent service and facilities. Staff are friendly. Just there are not much shops around.
quiet, just in the edge of Xixi westland, nice hotel and good staffs
Check in and check our was awful .. check out 7am no one on check out desk had to go find someone
Hotel is not close to the center (30 minutes by cab). But not a problem for us. Very quiet and bedroom extremely confortable. It is better to book with breakfast included. The extra's are not cheap knowing you are in Mainland China. Hotel staff are very helpfull and knowledgeable so you can really ...
I liked the view and ambience of my room. If I really have to pick something that made my stay not as pleasant, it would be the limited choice of movie channels.
This hotel is located in Hangzhou (Yuhang District), close to Xixi Wetland Park. Area attractions also include National Wetland Museum of China and Cai Shenmiao.