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Jintian Hotel Dalian
Jintian Hotel Dalian Star Rating 3        
No.46 Xinglin Street

Jintian Hotel Dalian provides a comfortable setting when in Dalian. It is situated a brief stroll from Zhongshan Square.Jintian Hotel Dalian provides cosy rooms, designed to fit the needs of any guest.
Erdos Shuangman International Hotel
Erdos Shuangman International Hotel Star Rating 4        
No. 25 Hangjin North Road

Erdos Shuangman International Hotel offers 4-star accommodation in Ordos. It also features a concierge, meeting rooms and babysitting/child services.The rooms are air conditioned and include wireless internet access.
Kunshan Jinling Grand Hotel
Kunshan Jinling Grand Hotel        
No.389, Qianjin East Road

Jinling Hotel Suzhou provides a comfortable setting when in Suzhou. It also offers a coffee bar, 24-hour room service and a car rental desk.The hotel has 368 rooms, all of which are equipped with a variety of amenities to ensure an enjoyable stay.
Taoranju Boutique Business Hotel
Taoranju Boutique Business Hotel Star Rating 3        
No.98 Fuxing South Road

Situated within a 20-minute walk from Xuzhou Railway Station, Taoranju Boutique Business Hotel offers guests a convenient base when in Xuzhou.The hotel has 80 rooms and has been recently refurbished.Those staying at Taoranju Boutique Business Hotel can sit down to a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant, conveniently based for those who want to stay close by when looking for a bite to eat.
Aizunke Express Hotel Dongying
Aizunke Express Hotel Dongying        
No.54 Jinan Road, Dongying District

Aizunke Express Hotel Dongying offers a comfortable setting when in Dongying. It also provides a lift, a wake-up service and a games room.All rooms are air conditioned and equipped with a hair dryer, a shower and tea and coffee making facilities.
Jingsheng Hotel
Jingsheng Hotel Star Rating 4        
Baiyan Road 105

Jingsheng Hotel provides comfortable 4-star accommodation in Leshan. Guests can also enjoy free internet access.The hotel treats guests to a wake-up service and a travel agency.
Jinshuiwan International Hotel
Jinshuiwan International Hotel Star Rating 3        
Jinshui Road, Lingui County

Jinshuiwan International Hotel provides comfortable 3-star accommodation in Guilin. Those staying at the property have access to an indoor pool and a sauna.There are a variety of amenities on offer to those staying at the hotel, including a coffee bar, 24-hour room service and valet parking.
Yangshuo 131 Youth Hostel
Yangshuo 131 Youth Hostel Star Rating 2        
No.2 Fuhou Lane

Yangshuo 131 Youth Hostel is located in No.2 Fuhou Alley, Yangdhuo County. It is The hotel features medical support, postal services,taxi calling service, pick up service, a variety of language services, bicycle rental service, laundry service, travel service, baggage storage service, ticketing service, no parking lot, elevator, free Wi-Fi, safe-deposit boxes at front desk, fire protection system, lobby bar, closed circuit television in public area, coffee house, 24-hour hot water, computer at lobby.
Cangnan Tai'an Hotel
Cangnan Tai'an Hotel        
41 Longgang Avenue, Longang Avenue, Longgang Town, Cangnan County.

Cangnan Tai'an Hotel provides a comfortable setting while in Wenzhou. It also features room service, conference rooms and a laundry service.The hotel has 151 rooms and has been recently refurbished.
Penguin Hotel Zhongshan Xiamen
Penguin Hotel Zhongshan Xiamen Star Rating 2        
No. 30 Xinhua Road, Siming District

Penguin Hotel Zhongshan Xiamen is situated in Xiamen and is close to Gulangyu Island. It also provides a 24-hour reception, luggage storage and an express check-in and check-out feature.There are a range of facilities available to guests of Hotel Xiamen Penguin, such as a tour desk, limited hours room service and a limousine service.
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Splendidly diverse in its geographic, ethnic, culinary and social make-up, China is a nation on the march. Developing at a rate unmatched in human history, already huge cities are adding sprawling suburbs and cutting-edge architecture on a day-by-day basis, even as an ever-expanding web of high-speed rail ties the country together. Nevertheless, this apparent modernity is based on a civilization that has remained intact, continually recycling itself, for over four millennia. Chinese script reached perfection during the Han dynasty (220 BC-220 AD), and those stone lions standing sentinel outside sleek new skyscrapers first appeared as temple guardians over three thousand years ago. Indeed, it is the tension and contrasts between change and continuity that make modern China so fascinating.

While travel around the country itself is the easiest it has ever been, it would be wrong to pretend that it is an entirely simple matter to penetrate modern China. The main tourist highlights - the Great Wall, the Forbidden City, the Terracotta Army and the Yangzi gorges - are relatively few considering the vast size of the country, and much of China's historic architecture has been deliberately destroyed in the rush to modernize. Added to this are the frustrations of travelling in a land where few people speak English, the writing system is alien and foreigners are sometimes viewed as exotic objects of intense curiosity - though overall you'll find that the Chinese, despite a reputation for curtness, are generally hospitable and friendly.