Liuzhou doesn't really have a lot to recommend it. Fortunately the Radisson Blu was something of an oasis so we had somewhere to base ourselves whilst in town for a sports event. Travelling with young children, we didn't really feel like eating anywhere too grubby or dodgy and Liuzhou really didn't give us many options that suited that criteria. We ate at the Radisson for nearly all our meals - something we have never done in any other foreign city. Across from the Radisson there is a park that you can walk around. You can take a 10 yuan taxi ride to Yaobu Ancient Town and walk along the river and see the 'waterfalls'. They also hire out 'donut' boats (but it was too wet and windy the day we were there). There is a big supermarket close by to the supermarket, the staff can point you in the right direction as you can't see it from the street.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Radisson Blu Hotel Liuzhou is an upscale, full-service hotel, which offers 260 guest rooms in a variety, and a host of culinary delight in its 3 restaurants. It accommodates up to 600 guests with a Sovereign Ballroom and 3 versatile meeting rooms. The hotel houses also a Bar, a Business Center, a Spa and Health Club. ... more less
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