China Hotels, Restaurants, Spas and More
vast cultural mecca, the third largest country when measured
in area, houses some of the world’s most fascinating
treasures such as the Great Wall, the TerraCotta Warriors
& Horses and the Yangtze River. But while you can trace
the reminders of ancient civilizations, China is also surprisingly
modern, with skyscrapers constantly popping up, fine hotels and a traveler-friendly tourism
infrastructure. Delve into GAYOT's guide to track down the hotspots in China's major cities.
The Opposite House
Located in the heart of Beijing's Sanlitun Village, The Opposite House is a "place of contrasts," where traditional styles mingle with modern ones, creating a harmonizing space that is simple yet chic.
It's yin meets yang at this Beijing hotel
|WHERE TO EAT
Beijing Restaurant Search
Discover the diversity of Beijing cuisine at some of the best restaurants in the city. From traditional Chinese flavors at Din Tai Fung to upscale Italian food at Cepe, China's capital offers a multitude of quality dining options.
Satisfy your appetite at some of Beijing's best restaurants
Beijing Business Travel Guide
Nowhere in the world do the words "booming" and "economy" go together more fittingly than in Beijing. China is still a tricky place to do business, but with the city bathed in an atmosphere of optimism, it's getting easier to negotiate a path through the maze.
Manage your time and money wisely in fast-paced Beijing
Once the abode of emperors, Beijing is now a multicultural city in the midst of reinvention fueled by China's spectacular economic rise and the 2008 Olympic Games. The link between ancient and modern makes this city one of world's most fascinating places.
Witness the evolution of this flourishing metropolis
| CHINESE CULTURE AND BRITISH INFLUENCE
Hong Kong Travel Guide
Like New York, Hong Kong is not a city for the faint of
heart. Its pace is non-stop, and its attractions one-of-a-kind.
Discover its inimitable pursuits,
from dining on dim sum in a Picasso-filled private club
to shopping for frogs and orchids on Wellington Street.
Pick up the pace in the big city
Best known as a destination for gambling and tourism, Macau (also spelled Macao) is just as rich in culture and history as it is casinos and entertainment. It is home to many museums, churches, temples, galleries and even fortresses that draw tourists from all over the world.
Let Macau entertain you
Shanghai Photo Gallery
Browse photos of Shanghai, China, in our travel photo gallery. See the sights, the people and the food of one of the most populous cities in the world.
Get a sneak peek into Shanghai
|CHINA'S CAPITALIST PAST
The Bund Shanghai:
China Faces West
Chinese tourism expert Peter Hibbard's informative guide to the Bund, Shanghai's former financial district, offers an in-depth look into the resurgent waterfront neighborhood.
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|BUSINESS TRAVEL GUIDE
Hailed during the 1930s as the "Pearl
of the Orient" Shanghai is experiencing a renaissance
worthy of its pre-WWII heyday. If
you're in town for business, here's where to stay,
where to dine and where to relax after hours.
Find your way around the "Pearl of the Orient"
Portman Ritz-Carlton, Shanghai
Being different at this Ritz-Carlton
in Shanghai means you can purchase a pre-WWII motorcycle at the
gift shop and charter the hotel's Sheng Rong Guo
Ji for a cruise on the Huang Pu River.
Lounge in style at this exclusive Shanghai hotel
|THE BEST PLACES TO STAY
Hotels in China
Whether your trip involves taking in the culture and sights of bustling Shanghai or rolling the dice in the gambling mecca of Macau, our list has you covered. These are some of the best hotels where you can get a good night’s sleep while visiting the world’s fourth-largest country.
China Hotel Search
|ROMANTIC TRAVEL DESTINATION
Take the love of your life to one of China's most exotic locales, where you can visit the colorful caves, pagodas and former royal complex in the capital Guilin, drift lazily down the river amid otherworldly karst peaks towards Yangshuo and then view the dramatic Longsheng rice terraces.
Go on your next amorous adventure