Hangzhou Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

546 Yan'an Road, Xiacheng District, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, 310006, China
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Costs 34% less and rated 12% higher than other 4 star hotels

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Travel Tips for Hangzhou

Ten New Sights of the West Lake

by sunnywong

Ten New Sights of the West Lake:

1. Cloud-Sustained Path in a Bamboo Grove

2. Osmanthus Rain in

3. Dream-Like Tiger Spring

4. Paradise of Longjing Tea Connoisseurs

5. Misty Trees by Nine Streams

6. Heavenly Scenery of Wushan Hill

7. Lord Yuan's Mound

8. Yellow Dragon Cave

9. YuHuang flying cloud

10. The Pagoda for Blessing King Shu in the twilight of the setting sun

WEST LAKE FESTIVAL

by Andrew_Liu

West lake is an important travel spot of China. The lake is in the center of Hangzhou. West Lake Festival is opening once a year, in October. There are many activities, like performances, verious international meetings, exhibitions, that attractive a large number traavelers come here.

Currently see Nanjing (Jiangsu sheng), China page

by FreeCloud

"Hangzhou vs. Suzhou (Jiangsu sheng) - 1"

Besides all the popular scenes (classical gardens, lake scenes) in Hangzhou, qian2 tang2 chao2 (QIAN TANG TIDAL BORE), at the mid-August (lunar calendar) should be the most spectacular. Qian Tang river forms a basin at Hai3 Ning2 not too far from Hangzhou, the unique topography there is said to be the main reason why the tide is particularly large and high there. Tens of thousands of Chinese gather there speculating such magnificent scene every year, yet, not known to most foreign visitors. If you are familiar with Chinese classical poems, you would have read lot about this marvelous scene.

Both Hangzhou and Suzhou are famous of their SILK products. One can also visit the Suzhou Silk Institute if interested.

People usually favor the famous Hangzhou long2 jing3 TEA (Dragon Well Tea) at hu3 pao3 spring (Tiger Run). Do not ask me why the tea has that much to do with animal actions (there are stories behind – as always in Chinese legend)! When you tour around Hangzhou, more likely you will run into some people trying to sell you their tea. Just be careful with them, some of them are not selling the best tea. The best time to purchase such tea is at the time when the tea is freshly picked and processed, the locals call that 'new tea', xin1 cha2.

The FOOD in that area, Shanghai/Hangzhou/Suzhou, are generally speaking not as spicy as Sichuan or Hunan food. Suzhou cuisine tends to be sweeter than others. If you like the snacks in that area (who said Chinese do not have great-tasty yet healthy!-fast food?), you can simply indulge yourself with those delicious snacks as you wander around.

Just how different between Hangzhou and Suzhou? This might not be the best analogy but to some people: Hangzhou is a da4 jia1 gui1 xiu4 (elegant), Suzhou, xiao3 jia1 bi4 yu4 (cute).

Did I mention that both Hangzhou and Suzhou were traditionally considered the very place 'producing' more classical Chinese beauties than anywhere else? And these beauties are definitely NOT the type as those you usually see from western movies – those are NOT considered beauties in Chinese eyes!

"Hangzhou vs. Suzhou - 2"

Besides all the popular scenes (classical gardens, lake scenes) in Hangzhou, qian2 tang2 chao2 (QIAN TANG TIDAL BORE), at the mid-August (lunar calendar) should be the most spectacular. Qian Tang river forms a basin at Hai3 Ning2 not too far from Hangzhou, the unique topography there is said to be the main reason why the tide is particularly large and high there. Tens of thousands of Chinese gather there speculating such magnificent scene every year, yet, not known to most foreign visitors. If you are familiar with Chinese classical poems, you would have read lot about this marvelous scene.

Both Hangzhou and Suzhou are famous of their SILK products. One can also visit the Suzhou Silk Institute if interested.

People usually favor the famous Hangzhou long2 jing3 TEA (Dragon Well Tea) at hu3 pao3 spring (Tiger Run). Do not ask me why the tea has that much to do with animal actions (there are stories behind – as always in Chinese legend)! When you tour around Hangzhou, more likely you will run into some people trying to sell you their tea. Just be careful with them, some of them are not selling the best tea. The best time to purchase such tea is at the time when the tea is freshly picked and processed, the locals call that 'new tea', xin1 cha2.

The FOOD in that area, Shanghai/Hangzhou/Suzhou, are generally speaking not as spicy as Sichuan or Hunan food. Suzhou cuisine tends to be sweeter than others. If you like the snacks in that area (who said Chinese do not have great-tasty yet healthy!-fast food?), you can simply indulge yourself with those delicious snacks as you wander around.

Just how different between Hangzhou and Suzhou? This might not be the best analogy but to some people: Hangzhou is a da4 jia1 gui1 xiu4 (elegant), Suzhou, xiao3 jia1 bi4 yu4 (cute).

Did I mention that both Hangzhou and Suzhou were traditionally considered the very place 'producing' more classical Chinese beauties than anywhere else? And these beauties are definitely NOT the type as those you usually see from western movies – those are NOT considered beauties in Chinese eyes!

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