Hotel's location in Liuzhou makes it easy to see the city
Steps from the Radisson Blu Liuzhou, you can experience the beautiful Liujiang River, and the only national park in the region, Liu Zongyuan, is a quick 10-minute drive away. Feel up to venturing out further? The Xiangzhou Hot Springs offer a day of relaxation in nature and is less than two hours from our hotel's property in Liuzhou. If you're travelling with children, Bailian Cave Park has paddle boats and recreation areas.
Liujiang River - facing hotel
As the sun sets, take a stroll by the river or go on a boat ride, enjoying a stunning night scene and the lively crowd.
Liu Zongyuan Park - 1.3 km (10-min drive)
One of the most famous places in the region, the park was built in 1909 and includes such cultural relics as the Lou chi Pond, the Memorial Hall of Liu Zongyuan and the children’s recreation ground.
Confucius Temple - 2.7 km (10-min drive)
Positioned at the Liujiang River and built by the Tang Dynasty, the temple was constructed for the worship of Confucius.
Big Dragon Pool Scenic Spot - 6.4 km (18-min drive)
A national tourist attraction with a subtropical limestone landscape, Big Dragon offers 24 peaks, including Sleeping Tiger Mountain, as well as several bodies of water like Jinghu Lake.
Bailian Cave - 18 km (30-min drive)
Used from 36000 B.C. to 7000 B.C., this Stone Age cave once held cultural relics, animal fossils and late Homo sapien fossils.
Xiangzhou Hot Springs - 51 km (1.5-hr drive)
Take a dip in one of the ten springs scattered around the fields and allow the clear, gushing water to heal your body with over 20 kinds of mineral and microelement substances.
Chengyang Wind & Rain Bridge - 136 km (4-hr drive)
Built in 1916 and featuring wood columns, tiles and eaves, the bridge is also known the Yongji and Panlong bridge.