Chanel Palace Hotel

Address: Daqing Mansion, No.6027 Shennan Avenue, Futian District, Shenzhen, Guangdong, 518040, China | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Exhibition Center area of Shenzhen, is near Splendid China Park, China Folk Culture Village, Shenzhen Art Museum, and Dayawan Nuclear Power Base.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Chanel Palace Hotel Shenzhen

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Travel Blogs from Shenzhen

Same same but different

A travel blog entry by rspaven on May 17, 2015

4 photos

... land is full of rides like this! Time to face my fears. After more than 9 hours we'd had our fill, it's fun to get lost in your childhood every now and again. So back to the hostel after more handbags were purchased (yes you heard, we have serious issues...) Not long left of our travels now but i'm ready for some last minute tanning. I'll miss waking up with the girls every morning, laughing at the silliest and strangest things until our heads hit the pillows at ...

Where's My Segway?

A travel blog entry by karsenault on Nov 22, 2014

1 comment, 12 photos

Hong Kong is one giant mall. Everywhere I turn, I seem to enter another department store. (They even have their own Times Square.) Everything is designer brands - cheaper than at home but still way out of my price range. The stores sparkle so hard looking at them makes my teeth ache - sugary sweet. Everything is cotton candy pink, silver and gold. In between mall-after-mall, are huge four lane highways that take ...

The Peak

A travel blog entry by 5plimmers on Apr 30, 2014

3 comments, 6 photos

... It was not surprising to hear that the HK population of 7 million live in a mere 400 square mile radius. It was also interesting to find out that the area of Aberdeen where we are staying is not named after the Scottish town, rather Lord Aberdeen who was the Foreign Secretary in 1842 when HK became a British colony. It also explained the importance of the number 8 which in Chinese sounds like the word "prosper" ...

In Defense of the U.S. Pt. 2

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Apr 22, 2014

... WHAT!? "But that's all I hear on the news!" X white dude killed X other race dude. X religious person burned a cross in front of X other religious person's home. That's awful, admittedly, and nobody wants that to happen in their country. Everybody would love to live in perfect harmony, without crime, racism, or religious intolerance. I would too, and so would the Buddhist monks in China that burn themselves alive in protest. So would plenty of other war-stricken ...

The Peak

A travel blog entry by wendywoostorer on Jan 03, 2014

5 comments, 3 photos

... steel cable. Unfortunately the queues were so enormous, probably due to the sunny weather (23 degrees) so we took the cheaper option which is the bus from the ferry port - around 60p!! Now, we didn't really see this through and hadn't thought how a double decker could possibly make it up the windy streets skyward. Turns out it CAN! So we enjoyed a terrifying 30 minute cliff top hurtle up the narrowest roads ever, sometimes screeching to a halt to let another vehicle ...