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All reviewsjing'an templegreat locationsubway stationcorso comocommercial buildingnanjing roadstar hotelper nightking size bedin room wifirooms are spacious and cleanrestaurants and shoppingchinese and western foodhuge bathroomincluded breakfasthigher floordowntown shanghai
So I will have stayed at this hotel for 5 nights whilst traveling in china for business. I just asked reception if it would be possible to check out at 4pm and I was told "we can give you free until 2pm, after that must...More
though hotel claimed all their rooms are non-smoking, the room is full of smoke smell and make me feel headache. the staffs came into my room and checked and they said they can't smell any smoke at all (bcos they get use to the nasty...More
An older hotel but service was some of the best ever in China !
fantastic bed and bed linen which I must admit I love and slept extremely well the whole 6 nights ... perfect service and fabulous location !!!
Don't expect much in terms of service and facility, although it says 4 star hotel i think there are 2 stars too many.
I spent two nights here because of the ratings i found online but i would avoid it.
The location is great, central...More
The location is great close to the temple and the metro station, many department store and restaurants around this area, but it is really difficult to call taxi by app or take taxi in the street, we have wait half an hour also no taxi,...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.