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Popular Hotels in China

If you're a first time visitor to China, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller hotel could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the hotels may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about hotels in China.

What are some good hotels in China?

Here are some of the most recommended hotels in China.

Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
8 Finance Street Hong Kong, China
Chengdu Renheng Fraser Suites
111 Zhihui St Chengdu, Sichuan 028 8516 6999
Giggling Tree
Yangshuo, China 136 6786 6154
Mandarin Oriental - Hong Kong
5 Connaught Road Hong Kong, China +852 2522 0111
Beijing Marriott City Wall Hotel
7 Jianguomen S St Beijing Shi 010 5811 8888
Grand Hotel Beijing
35 E Chang'an Ave Beijing Shi 010 6513 7788
Hangzhou Tianyuan Tower Hotel
2-6号 Qianchao Rd Hangzhou, Zhejiang 0571 8811 1111
Dali Huai Ren Hotel
3 银屏街 Dali, Yunnan 0872 310 2992
Dali Five Elements Hostel
大理, China 130 9985 0360
The Portman Ritz-Carlton, Shanghai
1376号 Nanjing W Rd Shanghai, Shanghai 021 6279 8888
Captain Hostel
Yan'an E Rd Shanghai, Shanghai 021 3331 0000
88号 Century Avenue Shanghai, Shanghai 021 5049 1234
Hotel Indigo Shanghai On The Bund
Shanghai 021 3302 9999
The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
15 Queen's Road Central Hong Kong +852 2132 0188
Kowloon Shangri-La
64 Mody Rd Hong Kong, Kowloon City

Here's what Trippy members had to say about hotels:

", Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong), Admiralty (eg."  See More

"I agree, Chengdu Renheng Fraser Suites is a good choice,downtown location, only 5 minutes walk to Tianfu Square with huge Mao statue, 20 minutes walking distance to People's park."  See More

"We stayed a bit out of town at Giggling Tree in Aishanmen village, which was perfect—quiet, comfortable and easily within reach of hikes and nice biking routes."  See More

"Mandarin Oriental - Hong Kong is also not new, but the Mandarin hotel group consistently ranks near the top for luxury hotels."  See More

"For more comfort, I would recommend paying a little more and staying at the Grand Hotel Beijing (about $100 per night) or Beijing Marriott City Wall Hotel (about $150 per night)."  See More

"Hangzhou Tianyuan Tower Hotel, which localed in the Wulin square."  See More

", Sleepyfish Lodge Dali Five Elements Hostel, Dali Huai Ren Hotel (center of Old Town - a Hotel)."  See More

"Captain Hostel, Fu Zhou Lu, has a great terrace where you can have sundowners and take pics of the skyline."  See More

"My favorite bars; CLOUD 9, CHAR bar, CAPTAIN BAR (for budget, it's inside a hostel but with great view on the roof) and The Glamour Bar."  See More

"I would say Hotel Indigo Shanghai On The Bund, which is a great, funky hotel with an awesome pool."  See More

"If money is no object the you could try The Landmark Mandarin Oriental or The Peninsula Hong Kong."  See More

"Kowloon Shangri-La has a great breakfast buffet (not cheap tho)."  See More

Mentioned in this answer:
  1. Four Seasons Hotel Hong Kong
  2. Chengdu Renheng Fraser Suites
  3. Giggling Tree
  4. Mandarin Oriental - Hong Kong
  5. Beijing Marriott City Wall Hotel
  6. Grand Hotel Beijing
  7. Hangzhou Tianyuan Tower Hotel
  8. Dali Huai Ren Hotel
  9. Dali Five Elements Hostel
  10. The Portman Ritz-Carlton, Shanghai
  11. Captain Hostel
  12. CLOUD 9
  13. Hotel Indigo Shanghai On The Bund
  14. The Landmark Mandarin Oriental
  15. Kowloon Shangri-La
Where can I find out more about China?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about China.

If you've changed your mind and decided to go somewhere else, go to the main page and explore where to stay in any city.

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