The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Fuzhou, overlooking Wuyi Square and within walking distance of the architectural museum of the Ming and Qing dynasties. The hotel is about 15 minutes’ drive from the Fuzhou north station.The hotel has some of Fuzhou’s restaurants, for example: summer palace ,eZ café or Korye Jung.As you step out of the hotel, Drum Hill calls out. When it rains, the hill reverberates like a beaten drum against the strong winds blowing there. You climb it in good weather, and you do so barefooted for the reputed therapeutic effect. Thereafter, Fuzhou’s famous hot springs promise a soothing reward.Near the hotel, you explore Sanfang-qixiang – meaning “three lanes and seven alleys”. This area is a rare living museum of Ming and Qing dynasty residential architecture. The tiny seashells embedded in the bricks are fascinating.The day climaxes in a soothing massage back at the hotel. As your mind relaxes, your thoughts stray to dinner. The hotel has some of Fuzhou’s restaurants. You decide on Korye Jung for a hearty Korean barbecue feast, saving Summer Palace’s Cantonese cuisine for lunch tomorrow.Fuzhou was an elegant city when Marco Polo visited in the 13th century. Today, the city’s enchanting tapestry of old and new reveals itself to you in time-honoured tradition.Welcome to Shangri-La Hotel, Fuzhou, where modern travellers enjoy legendary hospitality.
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