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We hired two rooms at roughly $91 per night for a family of 4. Thankfully they put us in two rooms next to each other.
Hotels old and could do with an update. There is a smell on most floors that I associate with old...More
the hotel is clean, they also lend an umbrella.
if you lost the umbrella, you have to pay for it.
unless the plastic umbrella.
near the hotel, there's an mrt station with shopping area.
for the other side, there's a 24 hours mini market, to...More
Had one day stay for my business trip. The location is good next to Takashimaya. Basic hotel, the room is clean but rather dark. The hotel standard is not up to 4 star hotel. To me, it is just 3 star hotel instead.
Although there are hints, why this hotel could be a 4 star hotel, the overall performance of the hotel is low. Slow and not really friendly check in, no non-smoking rooms, the air-con does not really circulate air, the rooms are rather dark, lack of...More
Was here for a business trip back in September 2015 and stayed for 4 nights.
- Basic, spacious room, seemingly clean, large bed
- Clean lobby area
- Conveniently located next to Yili Road Metro station on Line 10 and restaurants in Takashimaya (as...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.