The Top 15 Hotels in Shenzhen, China

The Top 15 Hotels in Shenzhen, China

Hotels are chosen based on suitability, overall value, star rating, location and visitor reviews.

Shenzhen was a city that I spent a lot of time in, living there for more than two years. It’s convenient, with it’s metro system, and offers a lot of western comforts. It is mainly visited for its significant electronics industry, proximity to Hong Kong, and job opportunities but it also offers tourist attractions and value shopping. read more

The Top 15 Hotels in Nanjing

The Top 15 Hotels in Nanjing

These Nanjing Hotels are chosen based on central location, overall value, visitor reviews and suitability for foreigner guests.

Nanjing is the capital of Jiangsu, it’s an ancient city yet it is also a modern metropolis. It’s main attractions include Zhonghua Gate, the Mausoleum of Emperor Zhu Yuanzhang, Presidential Palace, the Mausoleum of Dr. Sun Yat-Sen and the Nanjing Massacre Memorial. read more

The Top 15 Hotels in Guangzhou

The Top 15 Hotels in Guangzhou

These Guangzhou hotels are selected based on proximity to the city center, visitor ratings, overall value and suitability for foreign visitors.

Guangzhou is the capital of Guangdong, and in all respects, a mega-city with population exceeding 9 million. Popular attractions include Yuexiu Park, Canton Tower, Ancestral Temple of the Chen Family, Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Baiyun Shan, Bright Filial Piety Temple, Chimelong Tourist Resort and Baomo Garden to name just some. read more

The Top 10 Hotels in Foshan, Guangdong (inc Lecong and Shunde)

These Foshan Hotels are ranked and chosen based on their suitability for foreigners, their locations and by the reviews of previous guests.

Foshan is a famous industrial city in Guangdong, located south of Guangzhou. Foshan is the ancestral home for overseas Chinese including it’s most well known, Li Xiaolong (Bruce Lee). read more

The Top 10 of Changsha:  Attractions, What to Eat & Where to Stay

The Top 10 of Changsha: Attractions, What to Eat & Where to Stay

Changsha, the capital of Hunan Province, is home to 7 million people and renowned for its spicy local cuisine. For most tourists its a jumping point to head onwards to Zhangjiajie, Fenghuang, Wulingyuan, or Shaoshan and the birthplace of Mao Zedong. That’s a shame as Changsha offers quite a rich mix of history and cuisine. read more