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The residential and commercial areas around the beautiful grounds of Zhongshan Park have never been considered particularly fashionable by a majority of Shanghai’s foreign residents, but plenty of expats do choose to live here. The park itself is a huge draw, providing a pocket of serenity in the middle of the metropolis. The area has its share of trendy shops with wares that can’t be found elsewhere, delicious restaurants with food ranging from fancy to affordable, and great hidden bars. Rents are also cheaper here than in other neighborhoods with the same conveniences. Aside from the obvious attractions, with its neighborhood fix-anything shops and pop-up street stalls that sell anything you need, you’ll never sacrifice Western comforts.
This fascinating museum was part of a full day guided tour of Shanghai, but it stood out as a highlight. More extensive than its location and surroundings suggest, this collection is truly a labor of love. If you have any interest in China's 20th century political history include this museum in your Shanghai visit.
Zhongshan park is a really nice park located in Changning district. The park has many hidden paths and spots which is really nice but unfortunately most of the time it is very crowded but worth a visit if you are nearby.
I saw Lali Puna perform here from Munich, Germany. I could see everything on stage because the space is so small (in the good way), the sound was amazing, and it was not overcrowded or hard to get the bartender's attention. Not even difficult to visit the toilet! The hard part is finding the entrance, which is on a MAJOR...
Visited this small museum on a rainy day. Admission is free. They have couple of very old fire engines inside (from England). I had no clue Shanghai used to have foreign volunteer firemen as well. Anyway, some old equipment and many pictures are interesting. This place is likely better fit for men or boys.
If you are in Zhongshan park...
It is good for anyone who are still a first timer in china, and looking for a clean chinese food for adjusting the palate to chinese dishes. While the tea are okay there is the master(shifu), as well as the chef himself, who is capable of doing long spout teapot which is somewhat entertaining.
It’s already 10 years since our first visit here. Taste unchanged. Atmosphere still wonderful inside a historic building. Price is ok for Michelin restaurant. But I think they had concentrated in other higher class shops of the same series, service seems a bit lowered. May try them in my next visit here.
From the moment you enter this restaurant you are the centre of attentive polite service. The cuisine was exquisite and authentic with the typical broad spectrum of dishes. I ordered the spicy duck in a delicious spicy sauce! Not for the faint hearted...
Very friendly and good service, Ruby and Cary it’s good😁made me feel right at home extremely comfortable during the time I’ve been here so far. I highly recommend staying here for business or pleasure.
Since the hotel really starts from the 25th floor all rooms have a spectacular view of the city. Easily one of the best hotel stays I had in recent times. Everything was efficient and clean. The room service was good. The front desk was a little difficult because of lack of English. They had a choice of Indian food in...
Thank you Lainey for the kind and excellent Service 👍
She was very friendly and very nice to the guests.
We really enjoyed our stay very much at the Restaurant and we Thank you for a lovely lunch that we had!
Danny from Germany
"Nice hotel but you have to use Taxis to get around"
reviewed 4 weeks ago by michaelbN5695YM
We were very happy with the Hotel, The staff were friendly but had trouble understanding English, The room was comfortable, good bed with a bath and shower. There is free wifi. Breakfast was included and it was very good. The only problem is that you need taxis to get around.Most places are RMB 30-50 each trip.
We had a huge and impressive room in this beautiful historic Art Deco building. Great location in Changning, 5-10 minutes walk from Jiangsu Station which services two train lines and makes it very convenient and quite close to central Shanghai. Countless restaurants, shops, bars, etc nearby. Service was ok, not very friendly but the staff spoke English which was appreciated...