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Front desk has no English. No greeting when you come in.
The room walls are paper thin (I don't know how they got their rating...), and people come and go and make love and talk as loud as possible and slam doors, constantly, as are...More
Stayed in the hotel with my wife for the weekend for 300rmb/night. We booked a queen bed, but they gave us two tiny beds for the first night. They at least switched us to a bigger bed the next night. I have no complaints about...More
> each room have specific decoration
> all rooms have bubles bath tub, or big ceramic bath tubs for 2 to 4 pax.
soundproof is good
japanese restaurant is great
good hotel for couples to enjoy quiet and horny nights
1km by walk from hongmei...More
Boutique hotel in the fullest sens of the word.
Hugh rooms, and bathrooms in amazing themes.
Not western oriented at all, but that's not a bad thing.
Very handy for Hongqiao airport, and the pearl market and Hongmei bar street.
I've been in this hotel with my business partner for 10 days, very clean, big bathroom, very calm, 40" lcd screen. All chinese channels. Room sefvice. Romantic design. The location provided on the map was wrong, nearest subway station is shanghai zoo (arround 10 min...More
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.