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Simply put: I suggest that you avoid this hotel, especially if you are a foreigner.
Unbelievably shady practices. So bad, in fact, that I had to record my interactions with them just to make sure I had evidence for later (should any issues arise with...More
This hotel is located on the busy pedestrian Nanjing East Road. It's also called the East Asia Hotel, so look for that sign. If walking toward the river from the Nanjing Street metro station, it'll be a few minutes down on your left.
I stayed here for one night, sept 30. location is just great for walking--right in the middle of things. I came by subway from the airport. but heads up: if you're coming from out of town, subway isn't that close, and it's a pedestrian-only street,...More
Hotel itself is convenient, 2 subway stations nearby connecting you to almost anywhere in shanghai and 10-15 mins walk to the bund.. and a great price of under 500 RMB/night, room was spotless and air conditioning worked well.. Also wifi worked perfectly except that chinese...More
Location wise is great. As a member of Jinjiang Inn, the hotel rates is only half! Its about 30 mins walk to the bund area. Restaurant are everywhere and you can get good, reasonable halal food just across the street.
People’s Square brings with it all the excitement you would expect from the town square of one of the biggest cities in the world. The area around People’s Square and People’s Park is always a abuzz with activity. Oceans of local and foreign tourists flow in and out of the area every day to see grand museums, go shopping and eat at some of Shanghai’s most storied food centers. Shanghai residents, meanwhile, live and
work in the many residential and office high-rises. While much of Shanghai stays busy late into the night, this really is an area that never sleeps with glitzy nightclubs keeping people up until the wee hours of the morning.