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We managed to get quite a cheap 'deluxe suite' which was huge - 84sq metres. However, the staff (with the exception of the maid) were not particularly polite, the wifi (while free) was incredibly slow, toilet paper was very cheap and thin, the furniture was...More
The lobby service is good with english language. The room look a little bit old but clean and convenient. 20 min walk distance from Jiangsu lu Subway station, with some restaurant near the hotel. Internet is free in the room
A pleasant surprise. Check in was easy, staff was very patient and helpful. Room (on 27th floor) was very nice and comfortable, with an incredible view of the city. Amenities were nice, everything spotlessly clean. Very comfortable bed and linens. The location was ideal, a...More
Everything was bad
1) I had booked a suite for 1 day, second day they add 150 RMB !!!
2) The dirtiest hotel in the world / old and threadbare sofas / bath and even very dirty/dirty carpets
3) room service very bad
This days very good discounts are going on when U book it through Internet..
They have Rooms--One Bed Apartment
two type two bed apartment--with one Bathroom and with two bathroom..
They have upgrade me to two bedroom though I booked for one bed apartment..
US$161 - US$222 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The residential and commercial areas around the beautiful grounds of Zhongshan Park have never been considered particularly fashionable by a majority of Shanghai’s foreign residents, but plenty of expats do choose to live here. The park itself is a huge draw, providing a pocket of serenity in the middle of the metropolis. The area has its share of trendy shops with wares that can’t be found elsewhere, delicious
restaurants with food ranging from fancy to affordable, and great hidden bars. Rents are also cheaper here than in other neighborhoods with the same conveniences. Aside from the obvious attractions, with its neighborhood fix-anything shops and pop-up street stalls that sell anything you need, you’ll never sacrifice Western comforts.