Hangzhou

Hangzhou Travel Guide

Articles about Hangzhou

By Stephen Drucker
Relax is not a word you hear often in China. The Chinese are in an awfully big hurry to get to the future, and they’re not wasting any time. When the subject turns to Hangzhou, however, the Chinese discover words you’d begun to think might not e...
By Jennifer Chen
See More Global Hot Spots Lay of the Land Former French Concession: The plane-tree-lined streets and gracious villas of the well-preserved neighborhood make it the city’s most coveted address. The Bund: Thanks to a recent $33 million restoratio...
By Travel + Leisure Staff
By Kathryn O'Shea-Evans

Choose your romantic getaway for two, from an intimate, affordable nook up in the trees to a wilderness camp at the very end of the earth.

By Lindsey Olander

Choose your romantic getaway for two, from an intimate, affordable nook up in the trees to a wilderness camp at the very end of the earth.

Hotels in Hangzhou

The 78 guest rooms overlook the historic West Lake and feature hand-painted silk panels and such high-tech touches as plasma TV's.

Restaurants in Hangzhou

Facing the lake, the Hyatt Regency's atmospheric, antiques-filled restaurant serves classic Hangzhou fare, such as beggar's chicken and Dongpo rou-a fork-tender pork dish named after the city's 11th-century poet Su Dongpo.

Things to do in Hangzhou

A short stroll from the train station, pedestrianized Hefang Road is a collection of Ch'ing dynasty houses (and replicas nearby).