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great hotel at a great location - definitely keeps up with the high bar we have for a Four Seasons which also comes at a price!
great location, great service and everything else you come to expect at a Four Seasons. the breakfast buffet was...More
You really feel to be in a family rather than in a hotel. All staff members make your stay as much relaxant as possible. Rooms, concierge, arrival and departures, spa and gym excellent. I wish to recommend to everyone.
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We had a wonderful time at the Four Seasons Shanghai. It was our first time in Shanghai and I would only stay here when I return.
The wonderful Hotel Manager, Budi Widodo, greeted us on arrival. We arrived early after a long flight and immediately...More
I came for a friend’s wedding in Shanghai and was arranged to stay with the Four Seasons in Puxi. Very nice hotel. Conveniently located in the center of the city, quick access to the subway stations. The staff team are also very kind and helpful....More
Loved our room's view and amenities, especially nice after flying in from the States. Also we were comfortable walking around the neighborhood near the hotel. Dinner in the restaurant was OK but not up to WOW level. The only confusing part was determining whether to...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.