Guilin Park Hotel（桂林桂湖饭店）
2021 International Conference on Nanotechnology and Applications (ICNA2021) will be held in Guilin,China during July 23-25, 2021.For further information of the hotel, please find below.
Guilin Park Hotel
Address: No.1 Luosishan Road, Guilin, 541001, Guangxi, China
>> Standard single room: RMB 290/ night (about USD 42/ night).
(One bed, Internet and two breakfast included)
>> Standard double room: RMB 270/ night (about USD 42/ night).
(Two beds, Internet and two breakfast included)
You can make a reservation by calling the front desk +86 18290011631 before November 6, please tell that you are a guest of "AEIC Guilin academic conference （MCCM 2020）", and then can enjoy the agreed price.
* Guilin Liangjiang International Airportt :30.2km ; 47mins
* Guilin Railway Station: 3.4km ; 9mins
* Guilin North Railway Station: 6.4km ; 16mins
For non-Chinese Attendees, "Bring me to hotel" card is available. You can show it to the taxi drivers and they will take you to the hotel.
地址：中国 桂林 叠彩区 螺蛳山路1号
The above Chinese word means：
Please bring me to Guilin Park Hotel, thank you!
Hotel address : No.1 Luosishan Road, Guilin, 541001, Guangxi, China
酒店地址：中国 桂林 叠彩区 螺蛳山路1号
'East or west, Guilin landscape is best!' Located in the northeast of Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region in south China, Guilin is considered to be the pearl of China's thriving tourist industry on account of the natural beauty and historic treasures.
Covering an area of about 27,800 square kilometers (10,734 square miles), the city is rather compact when compared with other major travel destinations in the country. The stunning landscape in which the city is situated has a kind of magic that is all its own. The strangely shaped hills or karsts, with the verdant vegetation ranging from bamboos to conifers together with crystal clear waters and wonderful caves make the city such an appealing destination. It is an important cultural city with a history of more than 2,000 years, and has been served as the political, economic and cultural center of Guangxi since the Northern Song Dynasty (960-1127).