Destinations in China

Top 7 Results for Boutique Hotels in China

— Beijing, China

(Rated 9.4, 619 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Beijing – and a guest favorite. As part of Parkview Green FangCaoDi, the new iconic landmark of Beijing, Hotel Éclat occupi ...

— Beijing, China

(Rated 9.3, 554 reviews)
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One of our best sellers in Beijing! Hotel Cote Cour Beijing is located in the ancient Yanle Hutong with over 500 years' history, around a 15-minute st ...

— Beijing, China

(Rated 9.2, 488 reviews)
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An artistic masterpiece of modern and classic, Rosewood Beijing is a glorious gem positioned in the central hub of Beijing. Walking through the lush g ...

— Shanghai, China

(Rated 9.2, 274 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Shanghai – and a guest favourite. The Peninsula Shanghai is located directly opposite The Bund and a 5-minute walk from East ...

— Beijing, China

(Rated 9.1, 387 reviews)
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One of our best sellers in Beijing! Transformed from the former Xinghua Mansion, the home of Suoni, an administrator during the Qing Dynasty, Shichaha ...

— Shanghai, China

(Rated 9.1, 376 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Shanghai – and a guest favourite. Located in the heart of Shanghai, Wanda Reign on the Bund features spectacular views of th ...

— Guangzhou, China

(Rated 9.1, 431 reviews)
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One of our top picks in Guangzhou – and a guest favourite. Park Hyatt Guangzhou is located in the centre of Zhujiang New Town CBD area. It features ...

China - A Land Of Wonders

An explorers journey isn’t complete until you visit the oldest continuous civilisation in the world. You’ll know about China’s world famous tourist attractions. But seeing them in person is a humbling experience. It’s a good idea to pack a good pair of walking shoes as you tackle wonder that is The Great Wall. And remember to wear warm clothing for a night at Everest Base Camp. You might also want to warm up your singing voice for Karaoke all night long in the quaint bars of Shanghai. Or perhaps you’d rather meet your perfect match at the Shanghai Marriage Market? China is also a paradise for food lovers. Home to 1.4 billion chinese people who enjoy and know good food. Expect a range of different cultural food experiences depending on the area you’re feasting in. Whether it’s a dumpling themed breakfast in Beijing, or sichuan stuffed pancakes in Chengdu. If all this isn’t enough: Experience the ice castle in Harbin, explore the smooth sand dunes in Dunhuang, stay in a traditional tulou in Fujian. The adventure never ends in China.

Travel China

Walk The Great Wall

It’s a no brainer to check out The Great Wall when in China. The wall itself has different areas / sections you can walk. The Badaling area is most popular and is closest to Beijing. On the other hand, the Mutianyu area is less crowded but just as wondrous to behold.

Marvel At The Terracotta Warriors Standing Guard

After the great wall, the Terracotta Warriors is probably the most famous attraction in China. Discovered just over 40 years ago, you’ll find this impressive group of life-sized clay warriors guarding the first Emperor of China in the city of Xian.

See The Shanghai Skyline From Bund Waterfront

It’s hard to beat the magical skyline of Shanghai on a clear and crisp night. The best view is from the Bund Waterfront which runs along the western bank of the Huangpu River. Make sure you get there early as the area tends to get crowded around sunset.

Tips and Travel Information For China

Money In China 24 hour ATMs can be found in larger cities and towns. Credit cards are used less widely, so always try to carry cash with you. The exception being Hong Kong, where international credit cards are accepted almost everywhere you go. The currencies in China include: The Rénmínbì (RMB), the Hong Kong dollar (HK$) and the Pataca (MOP$). Getting Around There are many affordable and trustworthy transport options in China. Not many foreigners choose to bus, however taxis are usually a reliable way to get around. Metro systems are also continually expanding in larger tourist areas. When visiting traditional villages, riding by Rickshaw is also a fast and easy form of transport. Best Time To Visit Peak Season (May - Aug) Moderate (Feb - Apr, Sep & Oct) Quiet Season (Nov - Feb) Busy season in China comes in the months May to August. During this time you can expect summer downpours and crowds at tourist hot spots. Also expect peak accommodation prices. Low season is between November and February, when the weather is cold for the most part, only in the far south are temperatures more comfortable. Although domestic tourism is at a low, things get busy and expensive thanks to Chinese New Year.

Find Boutique Hotels In China

Stay somewhere just as incredible as the sights you’re seeing. Check out our selection of boutique hotels located in China.