The Crowne Cafe provides international buffet breakfast and selected seafood will enrich your dining experience, YUE Cuisine serves you the original local food in an innovative way more than the traditional way. Tai & Ko restaurant offers you traditional Asia cuisine, allowing you to experience different dining cultures. Petrus Bar provides the finest red wine and well known cigar so enjoy the quality of a lifetime. With more than 1,050 square meters, our Grand Ballroom & 11 multi-function rooms with a comprehensive array of meeting facilities & A/V equipment will cater to your needs for different events & meetings.
Located amidst CBD of Shaoxing in Zhejiang Province, surrounded by shopping centers, entertainment & Didang Lake Crowne Plaza Shaoxing meets the needs of on-the-go business travelers. Featuring over 1,000 square meters the Crowne Grand ballroom & 11 multifunction rooms offer a comprehensive array of meeting facilities & AV equipment. We will cater to your needs for different events and meetings.
Shaoxing is well-known as the City of Celebrities. In ancient China, there were Yu the Great, the King of Yue State, and Wang Xizhi, known as the Sage of Calligraphy. In modern China, Shaoxing is where Lu Xun, Qiu Jin, Cai Yuanpei, Zhou Enlai and other famous people lived or worked. The former residences of these celebrities and their families have become very popular attractions in Shaoxing.
Shaoxing has been successful at preserving many culturally important historical sites, making extremely popular tourist destination and in addition to its many historical places of interest there are a large number of museums for a city of its size. Shaoxing has some of the cleanest skies and best air quality index ratings in coastal China.
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Chinese rice wine is known as Shaoxing wine. The brewery utilizes a natural process using the "pure" water of the Jianhu-Mirror Lake. It has a unique flavor and a reputation both nationally and internationally. It is used both as liquor and in cooking as well as a solvent for Chinese herbal medicated ointments.
Shaoxing has long been a hotbed of Chinese cultural activity, producing such luminary as Wang Xizhi, Zhou Enlai, Lu Xun, and Cai Yuanpei. It is known throughout China for Shaoxing wine, meigan cai, and stinky tofu, and was recently featured in A Bite of China. Its local variety of Chinese opera sung in the local dialect and known as Shaoxing opera is second in popularity only to Peking opera.
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