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I have stayed in this hotel numerous times. Loved the proximity to the subway and also the shopping district of Xujiahui. The subway is about 20m from the hotel entrance and the shopping malls are just 500m walk down the street. Breakfast is average and...More
This a decent, fairly comfortable hotel. The rooms are average for Chinese standards, though as mentioned in other reviews, come armed with a VPN if you want to access most websites/apps you're used to. I found the location of this hotel to be the one...More
Have just spent 10 days at this hotel whilst attending an event and I could not have been happier with it. Having read some of the negative reviews I was a little worried, but I could not fault anything about the hotel, staff or my...More
I travel frequently to Shanghai, and my weekend base is most of the time the Jianguo Hotel. It is not real welcome any more by all the years I visited it. Some rooms are not in the best status and for examples the chairs in...More
I picked this hotel for the value and location close to another hotel my daughter's sport team was staying. It is close to the subway station, lots of regular living things (family mart, mall, electronics stores, eating places) in walking distance. Streets are lighted and...More
US$77 - US$126 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#38 Best Value Hotel in Shanghai
#118 Luxury Hotel in Shanghai
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West of Shanghai’s better-known business, cultural and entertainment centers, lies an expansive area of residential neighborhoods peppered with lifestyle pockets that have their own unique attractions. The schools have formed pockets of international communities throughout Gubei, Hongqiao and Minhang. Quite a few entertainment and shopping centers have built up over the years to cater to these communities.
While living here means you are relatively far away from Shanghai’s usual hot spots, the large parks, spacious homes and proximity to great Japanese and Korean food keep the neighborhoods popular.