Mar 2, 2020 - Mar 3, 2020
2 adults - 1 room
Where to stay in Shenzhen
Located on the Chinese mainland across the border from Hong Kong, the city of Shenzhen is home to some 15 million people and offers a number of scenic spots, historic sites and themed attractions.
The city itself covers ten districts and features both the modern day commercial attractions, such as Sea World plaza with its contemporary themes of entertainment and technology, with the more traditional Chinese experiences of places like Tien Hou Temple and Guanian Ancient Town.
The well-developed public transport system is both efficient and inexpensive with visitors able to choose from taxis, private drivers, buses and the ever expanding metro. It is worth compiling the places you would like to see and working out the best way of seeing them as the city's attractions are fairly spread out. You could consider renting a car in Shenzhen.
Hotels in Shenzhen
A five-star accommodation choice in the Futian district, the sleek Four Seasons Hotel is located just seven minutes from the Convention & Exhibition Center metro making it a popular hotel for those looking to discover more of the city. The rooms are stylish and elegant with floor-to-ceiling windows, free Wi-Fi and a choice of restaurants. Other amenities popular with guests of the hotel include indoor and outdoor swimming pools, a gym, yoga classes, an art gallery and a spa.
Also located in the bustling Futian district, the Four Points by Sheraton Shenzhen is a ten-minute walk from Lok Ma Chau Port, Huanggang and Futian Border Crossing, and a ten-minute drive from Shenzhen Exhibition Center. A modern, four-star hotel, the Four Points by Sheraton also offers an outdoor swimming pool, a spa and a fitness center and five dining options, while the in-house spa provides a variety of massage and beauty treatments. Guests are also within 30 minutes of Shenzhen Bao’an International Airport and 90 minutes from Hong Kong International Airport.
The Vienna International Hotel is a budget accommodation choice offering complimentary Wi-Fi in the Futian district of the city just a kilometer from the Shenzhen Convention & Exhibition Center and 2 km from Shenzhen Civic Center. Other nearby attractions include Shenzhen Stadium and He Xiangning Art Museum.
This information is correct as of February 2018
Had an awesome time, spent 10 days here shopping at Huaqiang Bei electronics market, and the markets of Dongmen. Come ready to haggle, and at least counteroffer 80% less as a starting price! Have fun
China's one of the most advanced cities. Public bus and metro have both English and Chinese instruction. So no problem for foreigners. Best city for shopping.
XiChong it's a great for camping, hiking, fishing. But just like any other place in China, it's full of people.
Shenzhen is a major city in the south of Southern of China Guangdong Province, situated immediately north of Hong Kong. The area became China's first and one of the most successful Special Econmic Zones. Once it is only a small village, most of the people here are fisherman.