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Cheapest month:April
Most expensive month:February
Average price in China:S$ 126/night
Absolute cheapest price found:S$ 11/night
Cheapest day:Friday
Most expensive day:Tuesday
S$ 42 - S$ 286
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S$ 91 - S$ 151
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Top Rated China hotels

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Shanghai Marriott Hotel Parkview
Shanghai Marriott Hotel Parkview
8.5 Excellent
333 Guang Zhong Road West, Shanghai, China
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9.1 km from city centre, Shanghai, SH, China 

Featuring an indoor pool, a limousine service and outdoor tennis courts, Shanghai Marriott Hotel Parkview is a deluxe place to stay in Shanghai. It has a gym, as well as free Wi-Fi, a coffee bar and a sauna.

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Greentree Inn Jiangsu Zhenjiang Jurong Yalong Hotel
Greentree Inn Jiangsu Zhenjiang Jurong Yalong Hotel
6.7 Good
No. 5 Ninghang South Road, Jurong, China
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1.8 km from city centre,  

GreenTree Inn JiangSu ZHenjiang Jurong Yalong Business Hotel offers 3-star accommodation in Zhenjiang. It also features a safe, luggage storage and a 24-hour reception.

S$ 25
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Holiday Inn Express Beijing Yizhuang
Holiday Inn Express Beijing Yizhuang
8.7 Excellent
Ronghua South Road, Yizhuang, Beijing, China
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16.5 km from city centre,  

Holiday Inn Express Beijing Yizhuang offers stylish 3-star accommodation in Beijing. It also provides laundry facilities, a games room and room service.

S$ 105
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Hotel prices in China

2 stars or below

S$ 10 - S$ 90

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About China

China is a country of incredible diversity, where futuristic cities stand alongside ancient temples and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. There are more than 200 spectacular national parks to explore, with landscapes ranging from sandy beaches to snow-capped mountains. Food is an undeniable highlight, so save your appetite for steaming bowls of hotpot and plates piled high with chow mein, dumplings and pork balls.

Things to do

Studded with shimmering skyscrapers and futuristic towers, cities in China will redefine your definition of urban. In Beijing, the 798 Art District showcases the city’s creative side. The trendy neighbourhood is filled with independent galleries, cafes and boutiques.

There are countless opportunities to step back in time in China, whether you’re walking along the mighty Great Wall or marvelling at the ancient Terracotta Army. Built in the 1400s, the Forbidden City recalls the imperial grandeur of the Ming Dynasty.

Cuisine has always been a highlight in China, with specialties varying significantly depending on cultural traditions and geography. The north will tantalise your tastebuds with bold flavours and crispy textures. Dig into a spicy Chongqing hotpot, devour a bowl of hand-pulled Lanzhou noodles and head to the coast for ocean-fresh seafood.

China has an enormous geographical footprint that encompasses mountains, deserts, beaches and everything in between. In Tibet, you’ll find yourself surrounded by snow-capped peaks and cobalt-blue lakes, while the riverside resort town of Yangshuo is nestled among soaring karsts and picturesque countryside. If you’re craving adventure, nothing compares to a night sleeping under the stars at Everest Base Camp.

Sandy beaches and crystal-clear water make Sanya one of the most sought-after beach destinations in China. Luxury resorts dot the coastline and are perfect for enjoying a sun-kissed getaway. Just offshore, Wuzhizhou Island offers snorkelling and diving opportunities at its colourful coral reef.

Getting around

China boasts one of the most efficient train networks in the world, with all regions connected by rail. Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen, Wuhan and Guangzhou are all serviced by metro networks. Domestic flights can be a fast and affordable way to travel within China while long-distance buses are also an option.

China travel FAQs

  • Where is the best place to stay in China?

    You can find several places worth visiting in China. Shanghai, Beijing, and Guangzhou are some of the most popular amongst our users.

  • What are the best hotels in China?

    Four Points by Sheraton Shanghai, Daning is a very popular hotel in China, with a score of 8.3 from 119 reviews. Hongqiao State Guest Hotel Shanghai (8.8 from 151 reviews) and Shanghai Marriott Hotel City Centre (8.8 from 1,617 reviews) are also highly rated China hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.