Because life is about living
Block 27, Jiacheng Gardens
58 Xinghai Street, SIP
Suzhou 215021, China
Citadines Xinghai Suzhou provides the ideal serviced accommodation in Suzhou for travellers seeking a base from which to access the city. Strategically located in the hub of the Suzhou industrial park, Citadines Xinghai Suzhou is just a few minutes away from a horde of entertainment and shopping outlets and international restaurants.
Getting to Citadines Xinghai Suzhou
From Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport:
From Shanghai Pudong International Airport:
Nearest public transport from Citadines Xinghai Suzhou
Subway station: Xinghai Square (Line 1), 8 minutes walk
Bus station: Suzhou North Bus (25 minutes drive)
Train station: Suzhou Railway (25 minutes drive), Suzhou Industrial Park Railway Station (15 minutes drive)
Visit the classical gardens of Suzhou to experience the life and beliefs of ancient Chinese civilization while enjoying the modern comforts of city living at Citadines Xinghai Suzhou.
Visit the Hanshan Temple and be inspired by the chimes of the bells and learn about its rich history of more than 1,500 years.
Renowned as a world heritage site, the Lingering Garden is a famous attraction housing an artificial lake, over 500 trees and many more features of high interest in Suzhou.
The renowned Lion Grove Garden is one of Suzhou’s most famed and esteemed classically styled gardens. Representative of the Yuan Dynasty, the garden derives its name from its unique rockery features.
Witness the intricacy of the art of Chinese gardening when visiting the Master of the Nets Garden with a rich history of more than 800 years.
The Suzhou Silk Museum records the history of the production of silk and Suzhou embroidery since 2000 BC. Some of the popular exhibits vary from old silk looms to samples of early silk patterns.
While staying at Citadines Xinghai Suzhou one could visit Tiger Hill, a popular landmark in Suzhou, which encompasses an ancient history of over 2,500.
Displaying exceptional characteristics of the past is the West Garden Temple, which retains its original allure and appeal.