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Can anyone Recommend me a hotel less than 100 yuan a night in Guangzhou?

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Then trudge through the listings on Agoda/Booking/ctrip/elong. I'm just giving you the name of a place that I know is well-located and good value for Guangzhou. There are a bit cheaper places around, but carefully note transport options and location: it's easy to book yourself someplace out past the airport an hour's walk from a Metro station.


Guangzhou and Shanghai and Beijing tend to be more expensive than elsewhere in China. That's the market.


(If you're spending some time in Guangzhou and using the Metro a lot, look into the three-day passes.)

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use ctrip, 去哪儿 or basically any chinese hotel app. A western app will, be twice the price 

Not sure about Guangzhou but in Shanghai / Beijing less that 100Y a night will be pretty grim, hutongs, hostel or miles away. Maybe there are deals to be had , not sure

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Actually, Agoda sometimes has better rates than the Chinese booking apps. Today it's foreigners who are more price sensitive than Chinese.


In any event, I do find Agoda/Booking do a better job of sorting out the no-foreigners-accepted places than ctrip/elong, though they all make mistakes.

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At less than 100 Yuan a night, what you find will probably be a bunk in a shared dorm-style room. The exception to that might be if you are willing to pay a month in advance. 

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