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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.
"Pretty informative! A little bit of Korean history"
reviewed 23 December 2017 by In-Yong H
This building represents a tough time in Korean history, when we were under Japanese occupation, and set up a provisional government in Shanghai. It's a fascinating place if you're at all interested in Korean history. It also gives a glimpse into what the interior of buildings at Xintiandi were like at the time. One minor complaint - the lack of...
Carved on a big wall just inside the entrance are the faces of those who attended "the first" party congress; then on the second floor are life-sized models of those people sitting around a table like in a meeting and also photo displays of some key events & founders of the party; and on the way out (near the exit...
We had Xiao Long Bao, a lot of them. They were exquisite, just the right amount of soup inside. The service was quick and very friendly. The restaurant is in an area with many others, including Italian and Spanish tapas; great to walk around.
I went here with business friends for dinner with one of the group being a vegetarian, and another who practiced Jain. The food was delicious and I highly recommend this restaurant. I gave it a 4 star because they didn’t serve any drinks, like beer which would have complimented the food. There were many Americans eating here as well.
Went here on the recommendation of the concierge at the Andaz. The soup dumplings were excellent and the spring onion pancake was good as well. The service was attentive but not intrusive which is ideal. I would recommend the restaurant unequivocally.
The service here is outstanding! Nice place inside and out. I ordered chicken feet salad, pad thai, green vegetables with roast pork. It was delicious. However, the food here can be a hit or miss. I went there twice on different day. The chef or cook is not consistent.
"Excellent, modern hotel with exceptional customer service"
reviewed 1 week ago by sheriecamble
This hotel is modern. Rooms are comfortable - love the waterfall bath/shower room. Many dining options. Great location for the Xintiandi area (close to subway). The staff are always helpful, professional and polite. Great for families, and the hotel is very accommodating. The club lounge is awesome, with fantastic refreshments and beverages (wonderful tea selection, and the French champagne was...
This hotel is modern and well located and has a comfortable lobby area with free coffee/tea & muffins for guests in the mornings and a free happy hour in the evenings. The price is, however pretty high for Shanghai and similar hotels offer similar standards for a lower cost.
This is a budget hotel, not a 5-star western hotel, Think of this as a Motel 6 of China. With that in mind, this place is great! good location, semi-clean rooms, friendly staff (no English) and everything you need within walking distance. Perfect choice for a budget traveler.
I stayed for one night and I change 4 different times because every room Smells like ash trash, it’s amazing how from the elevator and entire aisle stinks. In 4 different levels.
If you see allergic don’t come to this place it’s awful
This was a beautiful hotel. Loved having 3 rooms (1 king, 1 queen, 1 sofa queen beds) and 2 bathrooms. The kitchen was nice and big, but I wish it was an open concept. There was a hidden door to get to the ironing board, which was interesting. They also had an umbrella in a closet by the door, which...