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My stay at the Hilton was toward the end of December where it seems that Hilton is changing hands to Kunlun and the place was doing some changes along the way as we could not see the Hilton logo outside the hotel when we arrived....More
The hotel is in the center (a huge center though) of the city, so it is convenient to go anywhere in Shanghai. The property is old but still in good shape. The service is good. The breakfast buffet is okay if it's included. Taxi service...More
The service at this hotel was excellent, it is a beautiful hotel in a nice area with nice amenities, and well worth the stay. I have found you cannot go wrong with the Hilton brand as they are very consistent, and at this location the...More
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One would think that the famous Hilton chain would live up to its prestigious name. Well, if you are up for an adventure, then do stay at this hotel.
We checked in and although we have mentioned from the start that there would be 3...More
We stayed for one night at the Hilton Shanghai on the 22nd of December to experience this famous hotel one last time before it changes branding in 2018.
As a Diamond member, we experienced flawless services from Karen at check in, Leo in the Executive...More
The heart of this neighborhood is the Jing'an Temple, while the main artery of excitement and entertainment is West Nanjing Road. Close to the Former French Concession, the area has a similar draw for foreign residents but displays a more commercial character. Large, flashy malls, luxe residential high-rises and trendy nightlife areas can be found along West Nanjing Road, but areas off the busy street have the same
quiet cafes and independent boutiques that many people think of as distinctive of the Former French Concession. Jing'an is less encased in amber, though, and it's possible to immerse yourself more fully in the energy of China's most bustling metropolis here.