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Nanhua Hotel Yongzhou
Nanhua Hotel Yongzhou        
33 Xiaoxiang Road (Xiaoxiang Lu)

Nanhua Hotel Yongzhou offers a comfortable setting while in Yongzhou.The hotel has 377 rooms and has been recently refurbished.Nanhua Hotel Yongzhou offers comfortable rooms, equipped to fit the needs of any traveller.
Yinjia Hotel
Yinjia Hotel        
33 North Yan'an Road (Yan'an Bei Lu)

Yinjia Hotel offers a comfortable setting while in Zhangzhou.The hotel has 151 rooms and has been recently refurbished.Guests staying at Yinjia Hotel can enjoy a unique dining experience at the on-site restaurant, conveniently based for those who want to stay close by for a meal.
Jinying Hotel Guangzhou
Jinying Hotel Guangzhou Star Rating 3        
No.19 Huanshi Bijiaochang Road, Dongshan Dist

Jin Ying Hotel Guangzhou is a 3-star member hotel of World Travelers Network,which is concerning with catering, accommodation, entertainment, leisure. It built in 1994 and repaired in 1998. The hotel supplies 171 guestrooms with well-equipments, central conditioning, satellite TV, DVD order program system, telephone service etc.
Rundu Hotel Guangzhou
Rundu Hotel Guangzhou Star Rating 4        
300 Huangpu Ave

Boasting a sauna, Rundu Hotel Guangzhou is located in Guangzhou and offers modern accommodation. Guests can also enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi.This 4-star hotel offers a coffee bar, an express check-in and check-out feature and 24-hour room service.
International Trade Hotel Changchun
International Trade Hotel Changchun Star Rating 3        
2059 Renmin Avenue

Offering a sauna, the hotel is located in Changchun and is a short stroll from Changchun Department Store. It provides 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.International Trade Hotel Changchun has recently been refurbished and offers 24-hour room service, an executive floor and a coffee bar.
Redbuds Hotel Changchun
Redbuds Hotel Changchun Star Rating 5        
5684 Renmin Avenue

Redbuds Plaza Hotel is a 5 star business hotel and subordinate to travel group Jinlin province. It is located in the center of Changchun, and adjoins to beautiful scenery south lake. The hotel has 258 rooms including standard rooms, business rooms, standard suites, etc.
Xinghai Golf Hotel
Xinghai Golf Hotel Star Rating 4        
No.29,Xinghe Road,Shahekou Area

Situated in Dalian, this 4-star property is modern and stylish. It also offers 24-hour room service, a swimming pool and a sauna.Xinghai Golf Hotel features a number of amenities, including massage services, a coffee bar and a golf course.
Tower Hotel Hangzhou
Tower Hotel Hangzhou Star Rating 4        
1 Wulin Square

Strategically located in the middle of the city, this 4-star hotel makes for an ideal base in Hangzhou. It is close to Wulin Square, eateries and shops.There are a range of amenities available to guests of Tower Hotel Hangzhou, including a beauty centre, an executive floor and free Wi-Fi.
Yu Yang Hotel Beijing
Yu Yang Hotel Beijing Star Rating 5        
No 18 Xinyuan Xili Street

Set in Chaoyang, this hotel offers air-conditioned rooms equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi and flat-screen TVs. On arrival, guests can admire views of Beijing before settling into their 5-star accommodation.There are a variety of facilities at Yu Yang Hotel Beijing on offer to guests, such as a coffee bar, 24-hour room service and a fitness centre.
Oriental Culture Hotel
Oriental Culture Hotel Star Rating 4        
No 101 Jiao Dao Kou East Street

Beijing Oriental Culture Hotel, which is a 4 star hotel, is located at the east of Jiaodaokou, only 15 minutes's walking distance to the Wangfujing area. And it is just steps away from the famous Beijing food street. It is a twenty minutes drive to the airport.
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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.