Yinhuang Holiday Hotel
Opened in 2015, the Yinhuang Holiday Hotel is a great accommodation choice in Chengdu. With Free in-room Wi-Fi available, you'll have no problems keeping connected. Chengdu Railway Station is located approximately 23km away and Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport around 29km away. Many local...
Chengdu Airport Express Hotel
Renovated in 2015, the Chengdu Airport Express Hotel is a great choice for accommodation in Chengdu. With Free in-room Wi-Fi and easy access to the Chengdu Shuangliu Airport Area, this hotel makes a convenient choice. With Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport just 2km away and Chengdu Railway...
Chengdu Shuangliu Airport Area
The BLD International Hotel
Opened in 2016, the BLD International Hotel offers travelers a pleasant stay in Chengdu, whether for business or leisure purposes. It's easy to keep connected with the property's Free in-room Wi-Fi. Chengdu Railway Station is located approximately 24km away and Chengdu Shuangliu International...
Chengdu Airport Hotel
The Chengdu Airport Hotel is one of the newest hotels in Chengdu, having been renovated in 2016. With Free in-room Wi-Fi and easy access to the Chengdu Shuangliu Airport Area, this hotel makes a convenient choice. Boasting a convenient location, the hotel is just 1km from Chengdu Shuangliu...
Chengdu Shuangliu Airport Area
Rouruan Shiguang Boutique Apartment
Opened in 2016, the Rouruan Shiguang Boutique Apartment offers travelers a pleasant stay in Chengdu, whether for business or leisure purposes. This property features Free in-room Wi-Fi. The hotel is located approximately 20km from Chengdu Railway Station and 25km from Chengdu Shuangliu...
Ibis Chengdu Chunxi Hotel
The Ibis Hotel (Chengdu Chunxi) is one of the newest hotels in Chengdu, having been renovated in 2015. This property features Free in-room Wi-Fi. The hotel is conveniently located just 6km from Chengdu Railway Station and 19km from Chengdu Shuangliu International Airport. In addition, Chengdu 2nd...
Chunxi Road Commercial Area
Chengdu, the ancient and mysterious capital city located in the center of Sichuan, is the core of the province’s politics, economy, and culture. According to the excavation of the Jinsha Ruins, the history of Chengdu can be traced back to 3,200 years ago. It is interesting to note that although the city has a long history, it has never changed its name. The city has many elements that make tourists fall in love it, such as delicious food and beautiful scenery. It may not be until you’re on your way out that you’ll discover the meaning of Chengdu’s slogan for tourism - "The city you won't want to leave."
In the hearts of tourists, Chengdu has a long history, spicy food, and a slow paced lifestyle. But at the same time, Chengdu is also a city that does not lack the beauty of juxtaposition - it’s also well known for its prosperity and fashion. Even if tourists come and go in a hurry, the locals still shuttle between teahouses and hot pot restaurants and live life at their own pace.
Chengdu is the capital of ancient Shu Kingdom and home to many tourist attractions. At Wuhou Temple, Lau Kwan Cheung and Zhu Geliang are honored. The ancient temples and stone carvings there seem to take people back to the Three Kingdoms era. Du Fu’s Thatched Cottage, another attraction, was the residence of Du Fu when he was residing in Chengdu. By the Huanhuaxi River, there is a thousand years of history relating to poetry. The Jinsha Ruins on the outskirts of the city unveil the ancient Shu culture one thousand years ago. The inner circle of Xincheng District is the center of Chengdu and is home to Wuhou Temple, Wide and Narrow Alleys, Chunxi Road, Qingyang Palace, and many other attractions and shopping streets. The giant panda base can’t be missed either. Xiling Snow Mountain is a good place to head to for those who enjoy skiing. The Jianchuan Museum on the ancient town of Anren is worth a visit as well. Around the northwest of Chengdu, there is the World Heritage Site of Dujiangyan. Near Dujiangyan, there is the Mount Qingcheng. To the southwest, there are world cultural and natural heritages: Mount Emei and Leshan Giant Buddha. Most visitors choose to spend 3-5 days in Chengdu. Two days can be spent visiting the panda base and ruins museum in the suburbs; 1 day can be spent exploring local Chengdu snacks on the streets. If you want to visit the scenic spots around Chengdu, Mount Qingcheng as well as the Dujiangyan Irrigation System and Mount Emei and Leshan, each pair of attractions takes about two days.
The best times to visit Chengdu are from March to June and from September to November. Rainfall is not often seen during these periods, and the temperatures are mild. In addition to the above two periods, visitors can also consider visiting the summer resorts such as Mount Qingcheng in the summer and go skiing on Xiling Snow Mountain in the winter.
Chengdu has a prosperous economy and there are a lot of accommodation options in the city. Whether it’s a youth hostel for backpackers, a business hotel that is economical and fast, or a five-star hotel in a tall building, there are all types of hotels in Chengdu awaiting your visit. If you’re traveling during the winter or summer vacation or around the Chinese National Week holiday, it may be hard to reserve a room in a youth hostel. If possible, it’s best to make hotel bookings around a month in advance.