Explore a variety of attractions in Zhejiang's capital

Often called “paradise on earth,” Hangzhou is home to some of China’s most beautiful and iconic destinations, from the soaring pagodas that overlook West Lake to the world-renowned dragon boat races at Xixi National Wetland Park. The location of the Radisson Blu Hangzhou Xintiandi gives you easy access to these attractions as well as to the headquarters of Alibaba and the revitalized factories that now serve as exhibition halls throughout the city.

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West Lake

4.11 mi / 6.61 km from the hotel
After watching the sun set over the water, stay a little longer to see the moonlight’s reflection on West Lake, which is one of the city’s most popular destinations. You can reconnect with nature by hiking the lake trails, boating, and taking in the view from Broken Bridge and Su Causeway.

Orioles Singing in the Willows

3.9 mi / 6.28 km from the hotel
Be enchanted by the sound of the oriole birds tweeting in the willow trees of one of the most romantic parks in Hangzhou.

Leifeng Pagoda

3.13 mi / 5.04 km from the hotel
Marvel at the five-story tower surrounded by gorgeous forest and West Lake views, and learn about the fascinating legend of the White Snake.

Xixi National Wetland Park

6.3 mi / 10.14 km from the hotel
Find inspiration from nature at Xixi National Wetland Park, which is alive with hundreds of plant and animal species. If you’re visiting Hangzhou in May or June, be sure to attend Xixi’s famous Dragon Boat Festival.

Liuhe Pagoda

0.48 mi / 0.78 km from the hotel
The majestic Liuhe Pagoda, which overlooks the Qiantang River, has inspired some of China’s favorite legends. Discover the pagoda’s stories as you climb to the top of this ancient structure to enjoy the spectacular river and cityscape below.

Lingyin Temple

3.48 mi / 5.6 km from the hotel
Set against the Wulin Mountains, this beautiful Buddhist temple draws thousands of visitors daily to marvel at the intricate pagodas and the 1,000-year-old statues carved into the mountain.

Hangzhou International Expo Center

7.42 mi / 11.94 km from the hotel
This 850,000-square-meter complex houses conference space, offices and stores. A major destination for conventions and meetings, it has hosted important diplomatic events like the 2016 G20 Hangzhou Summit.

Cirque du Soleil’s X: The Land of Fantasy

9.64 mi / 15.51 km from the hotel
China’s first Cirque du Soleil resident show, X: The Land of Fantasy dazzles with its artistry, acrobatics and rich storytelling that the whole family will love.

Jing–Hang (Beijing–Hangzhou) Grand Canal

9.61 mi / 15.46 km from the hotel
This sprawling UNESCO World Heritage site, completed around AD 610, has been the secret to Hangzhou’s success for centuries. You can schedule a cruise down the canal to see the city from a new perspective.

Banshan National Forest Park

12.18 mi / 19.6 km from the hotel
While in Hangzhou, be sure to visit Banshan National Forest Park to take in mountain views, wander through sculpture gardens and relax on one of several lakeside docks.

China Knives, Scissors and Swords Museum

8.6 mi / 13.84 km from the hotel
From 18th-century knives made of white sapphire and swords carved from animal bones to delicate Tang Dynasty flower scissors, the collection at this fascinating museum displays a unique part of Chinese history and invention.

Meijiawu Tea Plantation

3.64 mi / 5.86 km from the hotel
As the official plantation for China’s popular Longjing tea, Meijiawu welcomes the tea’s many admirers with plantation tours, tastings in the garden and walking trails through the tea fields.