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Escape to the scenic surrounds of DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Wuxi - Lingshan. Overlooking the magnificent Lake Taihu in Jiangsu Province, China, this Wuxi Lingshan resort hotel is designed to complement the relaxing, natural landscape and neighboring heritage site, the Lingshan Grand Buddha statue. The resort's main building faces the lake, bringing the experience of nature closer. The contemporary interior features lounge areas on elevated platforms that are surrounded by a lake, reflecting the serenity and prosperity of water.
The spacious lobby houses a life-sized two-mast traditional Chinese sailing ship designed to honor the rich history of the Jiangnan Area. Experience stylish guest rooms providing comfort and elegant convenience to all travelers. Each of the 477 guest rooms feature private balconies with beautiful garden or lake views and modern amenities, including LCD TVs and plush king- or double-sized beds for a restful night’s sleep.
Enjoy a secluded but well-connected stay in the DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Wuxi – Lingshan. Situated minutes from Lingshan Yuanyi hot springs, this resort offers shuttle service to and from Wuxi railway station at scheduled times to help you get where you need to go.
The DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Wuxi - Lingshan is 32km from the Wuxi city center, on the west side of Taihu Lake National Resort District and surrounded by the Taihu Lake and mountains. Explore the surrounding area and the Lingshan Buddha, Fan Palace and famous Long Tou Zhu sightseeing spot, just minutes away from our resort. The DoubleTree Resort by Hilton is 32km from the Wuxi Railway Station and 56km from Wuxi Shuofang Airport. Admire the stunning surrounds of Turtle Head Isle and the opulence of the Fan Gong Palace.