Stay in the center of it all when you book accommodations at Radisson Suzhou, located in the commercial hub of the city’s Science and Technology Town. You can walk just three minutes to the tram station to access all the businesses and attractions located in the Suzhou New District. Visit the Hanshan Temple for a glimpse of eye-catching Qing Dynasty architecture, or spend the day shopping at the many stores along the waterfront. Our rooms and suites are an ideal choice for guests attending seasonal events like the Suzhou TaiHu International Marathon.
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Dayangshan National Forest Park
3.31 mi / 5.33 km from the hotel
This national park offers paved walking trails, tea houses, and spectacular views. The park is also the home of the largest botanical garden in Suzhou.
7.67 mi / 12.35 km from the hotel
Sitting on the Grand Canal’s bank, this famous temple includes beautiful buildings like Mahavira Hall and the Puming Pagoda as well as a collection of stone tablets carved with classic poetry and Buddhist sutras.
Suzhou New District Culture & Sports Centre
6.89 mi / 11.09 km from the hotel
Designed to host both national sports competitions and local cultural events, this complex features a stadium, a fitness center, a library, and an art gallery.
13.77 mi / 22.17 km from the hotel
The third-largest freshwater lake in China, Lake Tai is connected to the Grand Canal and Suzhou Creek and is known for unique limestone formations called “Taihu stones,” or “scholar’s rocks.” Take a boat to one of 90 islands to fish or sunbathe.
11.36 mi / 18.28 km from the hotel
This well-preserved street dates back about 800 years and retains much of its original construction. As you stroll along the street, you can stop in the many shops or take in views of the Pingjiang River.
9.05 mi / 14.57 km from the hotel
One of the nine Classical Gardens of Suzhou, this treasure dates to the 1500s. Its nearly six acres of meticulously constructed gardens include a pond, scholar’s rocks, and graceful buildings. Take an afternoon to linger among its contemplative beauties.