China Honeymoons & Romantic Travel
China Hotels Pictures
Pictures of China hotels in Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou and Suzhou.
China Travel Pictures
Pictures of Beijing, Shanghai, and Suzhou.
Beijing on a Romantic Getaway
Beijing offers luxe accommodations, eateries, and clubs that couples would seek in any global major metropolis, yet maintains a decidedly Chinese aesthetic.
Beijing Hotel Pick: China World Summit Wing
Scale the heights of Beijing in this Shangri-La hotel, which stretches from the 64th to the 81st floor in the landmark 1,082-foot China World Tower.
Beijing Hotel Pick: Grand Hyatt
Five-star hotels are much more reasonably priced in China anyway, and the Grand Hyatt Beijing offers a lot for your investment, in a hip, sophisticated environment
Guilin Hotel Pick: Shangri-La Hotel
Located in one of China's most scenic regions, the luxurious Shangri-La Hotel, Guilin is located along the Li River.
Hangzhou Hotel Pick: Hyatt Regency Hangzhou
Hyatt Regency Hangzhou is possibly the finest hotel in this city and certainly has the top restaurant, 28 HuBin Road.
Discover the romance that awaits honeymoon couples and those intrigued by the romance of Macau, China.
Macau's Banyan Tree Hotel
Banyan Tree Macau is one of three hotels that make up the $1.9 billion Galaxy Macau complex.
Shanghai on a Romantic Getaway
Shanghai is several cities in one and on a honeymoon or romantic getaway couples can experience many of them.
Shanghai Hotel Pick: Grand Hyatt Shanghai
Grand Hyatt Shanghai holds the auspicious title of highest hotel in the world.
Shanghai Hotel Pick: Hyatt on the Bund
Hyatt on the Bund is a stylish, award-winning hotel with spectacular views.
Suzhou on a Romantic Getaway
Marco Polo famously dubbed Suzhou the “Venice of the East” because of the city’s grid-like series of canals and bridges.
Suzhou Hotel Pick: Shangri-La Hotel, Suzhou
The Suzhou location of luxe Asian chain Shangri-La is on the top floors of a 50-plus-story tower in the city’s new high-tech industrial development zone.
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