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Stayed here for a week in in Jan 2013. Great location and easy access to taxis and Metro.
The receptionist could speak some basic English which was good.
Only setback was when I stayed, it was during cold season and the hot shower was not...More
I have stayed at the Kingtown many times in the last five years and the hotel is showing a lot of wear and tear. Not nearly as nice as it was 5 years ago. They put a small cafe in the lobby where you can...More
Great Location, great service, all employees are very friendly and on the reception they speak a good english and japanese. The room itself is very well equiped as an apartment to live confortably with the facilities of a Hotel. The fitness center is very small...More
USD 61 - USD 85 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#272 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.