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Location is okay. very close to metro station.Twin sharing and triple sharing room were okay but very basic.If you just want a roof and a bed then it is a place otherwise not comfortable.Room was clean.
There is Indian , Panjabi dhaba (restaurant) very close...More
I stayed in 6 female bedroom, the room is humid and dark,and I must use my roomcard for the light on. There were no private charging place for each bed,it was very inconvenient. When I was about to sleep one big girl walked in and...More
We booked a room for 6 for two nights but we stayed less than 30 min in that hostel after seeing the room: cockroach in the corridors with a vomit smell in front of our room. Once in the room: humid sheets, bed harder than...More
The beds were honestly the hardest beds I've slept on. I know the Chinese like them hard (it's good for the back they'll always tell me), but it was almost like they had forgotten to purchase any mattresses. I have problems with hard beds because...More
Nice and clean place. The location is fine, very close to the metro, but there is nothing to do on that side of Shanghai at night, so you might want to find a place on the other side of the river.
Other than that, it...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.