"The capital of Hubei province, Wuhan is one of the six biggest cities in China. Labelled by locals as the ""Homeland of White Clouds and Yellow Crane"", Hubei is where the Yangtze River and the Han River meet dividing the city into three towns: Hankou, Hanyang and Wuchang. Built 3,500 years ago, Wuhan is blessed with an abundance of rich natural and cultural resources making it a popular destination amongst holidaymakers across the globe. Be sure to check out the 2,400 year old Zenghouyi Chime Bells, the famous Yellow Crane Tower and the ancient Guiyuan Temple. Other tourist highlights include the Three Gorges, the Platform of Guqin and Shennongjia."

Our hotels in Wuhan

3-4 star hotels

3.49 k.m from the city centre

Check in to 5-star luxury in the centre of Hankou finance district at Novotel Wuhan Xinhua hotel. Your airy modern room gives you space to stretch out...

Budget hotels

4.80 k.m from the city centre

Located in commercial and financial district of Wuhan,hotel is close to Wangjiadun CBD, Wuhan Plaza and Wuhan International Exhibition and Conference ...

3-4 star hotels

6.95 k.m from the city centre

Located near Wangjiadun Central Business District and Jiang Han Economic Development Zone, Mercure Wuhan Changqing Park is within walking distance fro...

Budget hotels

14.02 k.m from the city centre

Ibis Wuhan Optic Valley, located in the East Lake Hi-Tech Zone, is the only international brand economic hotel in the area. It takes only 10mins by fo...

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