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Ramada Plaza Hotel Star Rating 3.5        
28 Wenfeng Road

This upscale, high-rise hotel is a 2.3-km drive from Hua Zang Si temple and a 2.7 km-drive from from Tingling Park.
Marriott Suzhou Hotel Star Rating 5        
1296 Ganjiang Road West, Jinchang District

This upscale high-rise hotel is 1.6 km from the Jianmao Shopping Mall and 2.3 km from the Hanshan Temple.
Pan Pacific Suzhou Star Rating 5        
259 Xin Shi Road

This tranquil, upscale hotel is a 6-minute walk from the Panmen Scenic Area and garden, and 5 km from the Tang Dynasty-era Shantang Street.Featuring Panmen or pool views, posh rooms include free Wi-Fi, flat-screens and minifridges, plus tea and coffeemaking facilities. Luxe suites add individual details such as kitchenettes, private gardens and/or Jacuzzi tubs; 1 offers a loft bedroom.
Ibis Suzhou        
No.292 East of Suzhou Avenue , SUZHOU, CHINA , 215024

This straightforward, modern hotel is a 3-minute walk from Nanshi Street metro station, 7 km from the shores of Jinji Lake and 3 km from conventions at Suzhou International Expo Center.Featuring free Wi-Fi, the simple, subdued rooms also have tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add flat-screen TVs and en suite bathrooms.
Ibis Hotel        
292 Suzhou Avenue (East) (Suzhou Dadao Dong)

This straightforward, modern hotel is a 3-minute walk from Nanshi Street metro station, 7 km from the shores of Jinji Lake and 3 km from conventions at Suzhou International Expo Center.Featuring free Wi-Fi, the simple, subdued rooms also have tea and coffeemaking facilities. Upgraded rooms add flat-screen TVs and en suite bathrooms.
Scholars Hotel (Suzhou Pingjiangfu) Star Rating 5        
No.60 Baita East Road, Canglang District

This refined hotel featuring traditional Chinese architectural accents is 1 km from a metro station and 13 minutes' walk from the Humble Administrator's Garden, which has a museum.Featuring wood floors and quilted headboards, the polished rooms come with flat-screens and high-speed Internet access, plus minibars, and tea and coffeemakers.There are 2 elegant restaurants offers Chinese and international food, and there's a cigar bar.
Tonino Lamborghini City Center        
287 Zhongshan Road, Kunshan City , Kunshan, China ,

This modern hotel with a grand curved exterior is a 6-minute walk from the Houbeiren Arts Gallery and 2 km from Tinglin Garden.The contemporary rooms feature marble bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows. All have minibars, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and tea and coffeemakers.
Tonino Lamborghini City Center Hotel Star Rating 3.5        
Join-in World Trade Center No.287 Zhongshan Road

This modern hotel with a grand curved exterior is a 6-minute walk from the Houbeiren Arts Gallery and 2 km from Tinglin Garden.The contemporary rooms feature marble bathrooms and floor-to-ceiling windows. All have minibars, flat-screen TVs, free Wi-Fi and tea and coffeemakers.
Holiday Inn Express Changshu Star Rating 4        
5 Kaiyuan Avenue

This modern hotel overlooking Yuehu Lake is 10 km from downtown Changsha, 4 km from Window of the World theme park, and 5 km from Mawangdui, a Han dynasty archaeological site.The bright, airy rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers. Bi-level suites add separate living rooms with sofabeds.
HOLIDAY INN EXPRESS CHANGSHU Changshu        
No.2 Kai Yuan Avenue,changshu Jiangsu

This modern hotel overlooking Yuehu Lake is 10 km from downtown Changsha, 4 km from Window of the World theme park, and 5 km from Mawangdui, a Han dynasty archaeological site.The bright, airy rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows offer free Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, and tea and coffeemakers. Bi-level suites add separate living rooms with sofabeds.
 
 
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Known for its incredibly beautiful gardens and its mastery in producing silk, the fragrant city of Suzhou is one of the most stunning places to visit in China. Only an hour from Shanghai, the town of Suzhou was established around a network of canals which contributed to its prosperity. The gardens are Suzhou's most prized possession and should not be missed out. Canglang Ting, which translates as Dark Blue Wave Pavilion, was first established back in the Song Dynasty by Su Zimei. You come to the gardens by passing over a lavish stone bridge and a marble archway, making it a truly spectacular approach. Inside, the central gardens were designed to look like a forested hill. Within Canglang Ting there are a number of sights to see, including the Five Hundred Sage Temple. The North Temple Pagoda, constructed back in the third century CE, is an ancient masterpiece. It originally had 11 storeys but today it only retains seven of them but is still the largest pagoda south of the Yangzi River. If you head to the top of the pagoda you will experience some outstanding views of the town and the surrounding area. Suzhou gained wealth and fame due to its production of silk. The Suzhou Silk Museum traces the history of silk production, from the legendary creator Lei Zu, right up to modern times. The various looms, machines and collections of silks are breathtaking. A city immersed in grace and beauty, Suzhou offers the very best in Chinese culture, history and elegance.