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This is a really special hotel in China. It is in an old, low rise building & only has 9 rooms. My room IX was on the top floor & quite charming - there were a few little points: no wardrobe, safe did not work,...More
Ours was a one-day business trip, so I can't say we fully explored all that the Bund Garden had to offer.
However, arriving on a midnight flight and only arriving at the hotel at 1am, the service was impeccable. The desk officer was helpful, cheerful,...More
we arrived at 1 am and were pleased that someone was at the desk, as this is a small hotel. the staff was not happy about carrying our four rolling suitcases up three flights of stairs. he took one bag and we took the rest....More
A very pretty building and interior, with old fashioned furnishings that were surprising in such a commercial section of Shanghai. The room did smell a bit musty and was poorly lit, but other than that was quite nice. Unfortunately none of the staff seemed to...More
I chose this hotel for 2 reasons, its location near Nanjing walking street and the metro and also the fact that the rooms were spacious and well appointed. I got room #8 on the third floor and it was quite large. There was a work...More
US$133 - US$281 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
#191 Luxury Hotel in Shanghai
#226 Best Value Hotel in Shanghai
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While there are certainly many other “bunds” in the world, “the Bund” refers to Shanghai’s famous waterfront. The area’s Gothic, Art Deco and Beaux Arts monoliths were built when it was part of the Shanghai International Settlement run by the British and Americans. The atmosphere of colonial-era luxury has endured over time and is now found in the five-star hotels, luxury brand boutiques and expensive
restaurants that can be found within the historic buildings. A cultural center has built up away from the water and some of Shanghai’s best art galleries and museums are housed close to the Bund. Nighttime views of Pudong and the rest of the city also make for a great backdrop at the many rooftop clubs.