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A bit outdated, it still offers spacious and comfortable room.
Reception staff is professional, speak reasonable good English.
Metro stop is 5min by foot, two metro lines, but for most of Shanghai attractions you'll need to change at least two lines.
Breakfast buffet is good,...More
Hai Yan hotel very clean & practical.Situated in a very run down area of City.Taxi approx 20-30 Yuan to city centre.Breakfast Chinese & westernised.Ask for cold milk.Bring your own tea & coffee as kettle in room with only China tea such as Jasmin.Fridge in room....More
Apparently this hotel is owned by a tobacco company. I found this out while I was there. It is a chinese hotel, where the help does not speak English. At the reception, we communicated through the translator on their iphone. The place was clean and...More
It was the only hotel during our trip to China (Beijing - Shanghai - Hong Kong) where it wasn't cold inside in Jan! That's its best point and, believe me, it's really important:)
Good location - 5 min walk to subway, genuine "china-town" around the...More
we stay there in september and feel it is a suitable hotel, as a 3 star hotel in good rate, with the well location, only 5 minutes by bus to the bound, and 3 minutes by foot to the subway line 4. We feel very...More
US$50 - US$93 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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History oozes out of every fiber of the city, but Hongkou is a particularly notable neighborhood. Shanghai was a safe haven for about 20,000 Jews during the Second World War, and traces of this heritage can still be found in buildings and park monuments. Historic foreign relations aside, this neighborhood throws you into traditional Shanghainese life without taking you too far away from the city center. Some of
the city’s best-preserved, ancient longtangs (laneway communities) and shikumen (Shanghainese lanehouses) are still in use as actual residences here. If you like to be surrounded by local faces, Hongkou is a great area to spend your time in. The football stadium, Duolun Lu and the North Bund area await should you need some entertainment.