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We stayed at this hotel as my husband had a conference here. We were impressed with the cleanliness of the hotel and we were completely amazed by the breakfast. You should definitely pay for the breakfast as a part of your stay here. It is...More
Convention centre hotels often have an anonymity about them. Large, impersonal, just shepherd the people through. This one feels like that, with Chinese characteristics.
Everything in. China is on a large scale. This hotel has a very large cafe, with a large variety of breakfast...More
Hotel is so close to the main sights and conveniently located to shopping malls and the river. Service is decent and the rooms are very clean and offer guests quiet restful sleep. Wifi is good but no proxy to access Facebook or Google
A reasonable Asian hotel. Rooms large with 8 meters to walk to bed once one gets inside the door. Oodles of marble. Good bed. Good bathroom. Good breakfast. Excellent chinese restaurant on 11 floor. The problem is the staff. If the Italian assistant manager is...More
I was here on a business trip. I had a garden room so no spectacular view. The hotel is pretty average. It's looking tired, but it clean and pleasant. Staff we courteous and polite and very helpful. However, reception had no interest when I informed...More
When people speak of Shanghai’s futuristic skyline, it’s the financial district of Luiazui they are speaking of. Shanghai’s most iconic buildings are located in close proximity to Lujiazui’s elevated ring road and swanky eateries. Sky-high shopping and chic bars fill the highrises around the area. As is characteristic of a world-class financial business district, some of Shanghai’s best malls and hotels can
be found in the neighborhood. While everyone on the famous Bund side of the river gazes in awe at these amazing structures, all the buildings here, as well as Lujiazui’s riverside promenade, offer great views of the historic buildings all along the Puxi side. The Lujiazui park often hosts music festivals throughout the year, and park goers can party and stroll in the shadow of some of the world’s tallest buildings.
We needed both passports, not just the person's who had booked the room. This was in 2015 however, so I'm not sure if the policy has changed. I'd call the hotel directly to ask about the paper copy. However, if you... More
We needed both passports, not just the person's who had booked the room. This was in 2015 however, so I'm not sure if the policy has changed. I'd call the hotel directly to ask about the paper copy. However, if you submitted your passport for renewal IN Shanghai at your embassy, they'll give you a document which allows you to travel and stay in hotels. I would suggest doing it this way, since it will help you to retain legal status within China. Not having your passport with you at all times is really risky.