- Approximately 2.5 hours’ drive from Shanghai Pudong International Airport
- Approximately 40 minutes’ speed train ride from downtown Shanghai (Wuxi is about 125 km from Shanghai)
- Approximately 40 minutes’ drive from Wuxi Airport. The airport has direct flights to Beijing, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hong Kong and Osaka.
- Approximately 5 minutes’ drive from Wuxi Railway Station
Occupying an enviable location in the heart of the Zhongshan Road business and shopping district, our hotel in Wuxi, China is close to many attractions, from historical relics to modern-day enjoyments.
Wuxi’s landscape embodies the beauty of the Yangtze River. Visit Lake Tai – China’s third largest freshwater lake, just 20 minutes from the hotel, and the mesmerising Grand Canal that flows through the city.
Approximately 40 minutes away from the hotel, the imposing Lingshan Great Buddha, which standing at 88 metres, is one of Asia’s tallest standing statues of the Buddha. Guarding the historic Xiangfu Temple at its feet, the bronze statue has become one of Wuxi’s most visited attractions and a symbol of the city since it was built in 1996.
When travelling for business, one will find Grand Park Wuxi’s close proximity to the major transportation networks is a definite plus.
Wuxi is the second largest city in Jiangsu province, and a city of affluence and fascinating natural scenery. In the southern Yangtze region, Wuxi is characterized by abundant beautiful rivers, idyllic lakes, unique-shaped caves, bamboo forests and tea gardens.
A bustling port city on the southern border of Jiangsu province, Wuxi is a picturesque pit stop for any traveller exploring Suzhou, Nanjing or anywhere in between. One of the most economically developed cities in China, Wuxi was also dubbed “little Shanghai” because of its close proximity to the city, rapid urbanization and booming economy.
With a magnificent history of over three thousand years, Wuxi allures with its repository of natural landscapes, fascinating water scenes, historical and cultural relics, and clean cityscape, affirming the fact that Wuxi is amongst the top ten tourist cities in China.
Lake Tai, the third largest fresh lake in China, is the major highlight in Wuxi. Find a strategic perch at Xihui Park for one of the most ravishing sceneries Lake Tai will afford. Passengers can enjoy the magnificent scenery of the lake and the city center via a 115-metre high ferris wheel, which takes 18 minutes to complete one revolution. Lose yourself in the tranquil courts of the 1500 year-old Huishan Temple as you try to retrace the footsteps of famous Chinese emperors who spent many leisure moments there. Or make your way to the AAAA-level scenic spot known as Turtle Head Park for a glimpse of its turtle head-like islets reaching out into the lake.
In addition to sightseeing, visitors are able to indulge in its famous Jiangnan cuisine including the “Three Whites” of Lake Tai – white fish, white bait and white shrimp prepared in numerous dishes. During October and November each year, indulge in the renowned Lake Tai Hairy Crabs. Other celebrated examples of Wuxi cuisine are the succulent Wuxi spare ribs, honey peaches from Yang Shan and many more.