For the best deals, e-mail proprietors directly when hotel hunting in China
The current hotel glut in China means proprietors have extra incentive to offer you a deal. Although it’s always worth a quick look at online accommodation sites, sometimes even dropping an e-mail directly to the hotel itself can get you similar, if not better, rates. See our China coverage.
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