The ancient city of Suzhou and the areas around Taihu Lake Scenic Area (one of the most famous attractions of Suzhou) are two of the most popular places to stay in Suzhou.
Suzhou, located in southeast Jiangsu Province in eastern China, is one of the most popular tourist cities of China. It is 104 kilometers west from Shanghai, only a 25-minute train journey. With a long history of over 4,000 years, Suzhou is called the City of Gardens. Among the four most famous gardens of China, Suzhou has two. Moreover, nine Suzhou gardens are inscribed into UNESCO's World Heritage List. Luxurious, high-rated, moderate, and budget hotels, hostels, and guesthouses are all easily accessible in Suzhou. The ancient city of Suzhou, encircled by the moat of Suzhou, consists of Jinchang District, Canglang District, and Pingjiang District. It is divided into two zones: the north zone and the south zone. The center of the north zone is Guangqian Street, which is also the center of Suzhou city. It is the most prosperous area of Suzhou, and two of the most famous gardens, Humble Administrator's Garden and Lion Grove Garden, are located here. The center of the south zone is Panmen Scenic Area, and Suzhou University, Shiquan Food and Shopping Street, Master of the Nets Garden, and Canglang Pavilion are located here.
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20 five star hotels in Suzhou. Price is valid from Sep. 18, 2015 to Sep. 21, 2015. Please use the search engine on the left to see prices for other dates.
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