Photo Source: Grand Lapa Macau
The Grand Lapa in Macau, China is situated just steps from the Jetfoil terminal and enjoys a fantastic location in the centre of Macau. With everything from a glorious spa to swimming pools, rock climbing, a children’s centre and a selection of renowned restaurants, this hotel offers a unique resort atmosphere. 388 teak furnished rooms and 28 one- and two-bedroom suites with balconies. Authentic Cantonese dishes at Kam Lai Heen. Traditional Thai food at NAAM. International dishes at Café Bela Vista. Tea and cocktails at Vasco. Patisseries and cakes in The Cake Shop. Visitors are also welcome to embark on a holistic journey to rejuvenation by making the most of the resort’s fantastic spa and wellness facilities.
Photo Source: Shanghai Olympic Club Hotel
The Shanghai Olympic Club Hotel in Shanghai, China is a business hotel combining Olympic sports culture with garden greenery and located in the Xujiahui commercial area, just southwest of Shanghai proper and adjacent to Shanghai Stadium. The main entrance of the hotel features a vigorous statue highlighting the sporting spirit of “faster and stronger” athletes. The hotel garden maintains a special and amazing view all year round. Going along the main corridor, visitors will find the thick 900 m2 lawn with the greenest of grasses constantly providing comfort and tranquility.
Photo Source: Harbour Plaza Hotel, Chongqing
The Harbour Plaza Hotel in Chongqing, China is the city’s first international 5-star hotel and is conveniently situated in the hub of the city’s busiest commercial district. The hotel offers visitors home away from home, with an endless variety of entertainment, services, shopping, dining and business venues. For dining, Hoi Yat Heen is famous in Chongqing for its splendid Cantonese cuisine. The restaurant’s signature dishes are shark’s fin and abalone. Meanwhile, Cantonese dim sum is served daily.
Photo Source: Howard Johnson New Port Resort Haikou
The Howard Johnson New Port Resort in Haikou, China is located at the entrance of the Nandu River to the South China Sea, only fifteen minutes from downtown Haikou City, the capital of Hainan Province. This international, 5-star hotel features 7 restaurants and bars that can meet any visitor’s gastronomic requirements. Cantonese Cuisine, Japanese Cuisine, Western Cuisine, Sea Food and Wine, all designed to make for an unforgettable journey while staying at any of the hotel’s 298 spacious and elegantly decorated guestrooms and suites.
Photo Source: WH Ming Hotel Shanghai
The WH Ming Hotel Shanghai in Shanghai, China is an oasis of sophisticated elegance where East meets West and where urban glamour meets nature’s quiet lushness. The hotel features art-deco-inspired rooms with spectacular park views, irresistible and distinctive restaurants and lounges, innovative spa experiences, and a fully equipped fitness center. An elegant gathering place perfect for catching up with business partner or friends, the hotel’s Flow Lobby Lounge provides a cosy ambience with the warmth of a glowingly charming fireplace. An extensive selection of cocktails and the best afternoon tea in Shanghai are offered here daily.
Photo Source: Crowne Plaza Guangzhou City Centre
The Crowne Plaza Guangzhou City Centre is an exclusive international 5-star hotel located at Huanshi Road East, in the heart of the city’s downtown commercial and shopping districts. The hotel features 460 well appointed guest rooms and suites with an extensive city or greenery view, three impeccable restaurants, and a lobby lounge that offers a variety of scintillating cocktails, extensive international fine wines and beers, as well as an exquisite array of exotic appetizers.
Photo Source: HOJO Kaina Plaza Changzhou
The HOJO Kaina Plaza Changzhou, located in the heart of the city, adjacent to the local railway station, and only a 45-minute train ride to Shanghai, provides both urban flair and hometown tranquility to its 345 elegantly appointed rooms and suites. On the dining front, its Lotus Garden Restaurant offers an exquisite selection of Cantonese, Szechuan and Huaiyang specialties.