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One year after, I had another stay this time for nine nights. Everything was more or less the same. My room on the 15th floor was all right with a view of the towers in Pudong which lit up at nights.
The television, air conditioning,...More
Check in and check out were very acceptable; my reservation was acknowledged but as in all of China, your passport and visa have to copied and kept on file. On checkout, I had requested a taxi to the airport which was promptly on time and...More
This hotel may certainly have been magnificent in its day . That day has now passed. It is old and dusty . However it does possess a certain charm . Centrally located for Nanging road ,the bund , yu garden market and city god temple,Xintiandi...More
You know a hotel is bad when you leave without refund the following morning after arriving.
The place may have been a 4 star hotel 50 years ago but is now a decrepit building that is just not worth stepping into.
Paint is peeling off...More
This was my first hotel in Shanghai and I'm trying hard not to consider it a dump. The beds are old and hard. Carpets are stained. Hallways smell like smoke. Breakfast is ok. Bathrooms not very clean. Lobby furniture is uncomfortable. Internet accessibility wasn't consistent.
The refurbishment of a block of old shikumen into a carless entertainment center called Xintiandi, filled with restaurants, shops and bars, turned this area below South Huangpi Road into one of Shanghai’s most fashionable areas. Luxe condos house people who can afford the high-end brands that fill the malls and shops along Madang Road. The pleasant Taipinghu Park provides the area with green space and is also home to
Shanghai Fashion Week twice a year. It’s not all glitter and glamour, though, as the rise of Danshui Road has given the Xintiandi area a shot of toned-down character. Small bars and cafes, mostly owned by locals, have people hanging out in a formerly quiet, unassuming part of the neighborhood.