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Considering the price the rooms are just what I expected, spacious and comfortable. If you do not bring your own computer and have some work to do you will be facing a slow, old and not very well maintained computer in the business center for...More
I stayed here on a business trip. The room was large and comfortable. The furnishings, wallpaper and draperies were nearly new. The service was freindly. I enjoyed the restaurant. I wiould call it good, but not spectacular as many business hotels aim to be. If...More
I stayed for a business trip in this hotel.
It is not so well situated in Puddong but room are quiet big.
So it is a good value for money if you have to work in Puddong.
Service is not really customer oriented and restaurant...More
The Parkview offers in my opinion good value for money. A sign, that the competition between the hotels is heating up prior to the Expo. I got the room incl breakfast for 650 RMB.
The Parkview is situated in Pudong, around 30 min by taxi...More
First off the name is somewhat misleading, my view was of an 8 lane highway and an electricity substation. Perhaps the park 'was visible from the other direction, or, possibly they were referring to the carpark. But the quality of the building, room, design, free...More
Shanghai residents see Pudong’s suburbs as the place that grown-ups retreat to when they’re ready to settle down and stop living in the cramped confines of a refurbished lanehouse. The areas around Century Park are some of the most desirable as they are in close proximity to the Metro Lines, granting easy access to the heart of Puxi. The park itself is a huge draw, it’s one of Shanghai’s biggest and there are sports
fields tucked into one of its corners, but five-star hotels, museums and great malls make life in the Century Park area easy for the homesick foreigner. And if living in a Western bubble in China isn’t your thing, there is plenty of local flavor to be had in between the major development. Some of Lujiazui’s futurism can also be seen in buildings and sculptures throughout the neighborhood as well.