Conveniently located in the heart of Suzhou with the main commercial street with lots of good places nearby. Close to major attractions. The hotel decor is quite quirky especially for China, but it was very comfortably and staff were very friendly!
Traveller from LDN
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hotel position is great, on the lake surrounded with loots of trees and during the day and evening there is a wind all the time so it is not hot during summer
it is great hotel for vacation but less for business because it is not close to city business center
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Hotel was in good condition and for the price per room good value. We stayed around Christmas and the decorations were very well done. the hotel lobby was a nice relaxing place to enjoy and evening drink and do some reading or a little online activity with the wifi available.
We had a very enjoyable 3 night stay at the Courtyard. It was well worth paying extra for an executive room which gave us access to the lounge. It was on the 25th floor and supplied a good choice of snacks and drinks. The hotel is only a few years old so it is still in very good condition, the bathroom was immaculate and the bed was comfortable with a good mattress. We had the choice of breakfast in the executive lounge or in the restaurant on the 4th floor. We preferred the restaurant, even although it was busier becasue the buffet was topped up more often and was therefore hot. The hotel is in the Suzhou Industrial Park which is more residential than industrial with wide boulevards and shopping malls. The lake is within walking distance where we found a few western style restaurants and bars. Suzhou city centre is only 20 minutes by taxi. We couldn't fault this hotel and found all the staff to be very polite and helpful.
Jane from Nantong, Jiangsu, China
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With history dating back to the 6th century BC, Suzhou was built around a series of canals and bridges, lined with traditional canal-style residences. Visitors won't want to miss out on the Museum of Opera and Theater, the Suzhou Museum, the Suzhou Silk Museum, and the Shizi Lin, Lion Grove Garden, considered to be the most beautiful and classic outdoor retreat in the city.