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Ramada Shanghai Minhang

3.5 out of 5.0

Ramada Shanghai Minhang

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

The hotel is clean and comfortable! Quiet at night! If you are there for business, it is close to industrial zones so commute times are short! Breakfast was good too! Mostly Chinese. Staff barely speaks English but hey, it's China! If you plan to go downtown, better stay somewhere else.

great hotel, with spacious rooms. food not bad (all chinese) problems: not much english with staff, but they do try with translator apps. gymnasium was not functional for tourists, not close to Nanjing road and The Bund, but there is nearby metro overall: good experience

I visited shanghai for i corrugated exhibition and we were offered rooms in ramada minhang. The rooms were spacious , clean. The bathroom was also very huge. The only problem i encountered was that even being a global chain of hotel there were no english speaking staff so had to use translator even for small things. There is no currency exchange in hotel which was a problem as i reached in the evening and the bank nearby was closed. There is nothing for shopping or leisure nearby the hotel. It took us almost 1 hour to reach the hotel from the pudong airport. Otherwise the hotel was great , the breakfast was delicious ; it also had vegetarian options.

As a seasoned and very easy going business traveller, I was disappointed right from when I first arrived. This was a mostly negative experience, but I'll start with the positive, because there was some. - room very attractive style wise - effective black-out curtains (necessary because my window was directly behind the neon RAMADA sign) - room temperature easy to control (once I figured out the thermostat (thank you, Google Translate). - comfortable bed - excellent shower, good water pressure - nice to have amenities (toothbrush, comb, qtips...) I hadn't planned for an overnight in this area so I didn't have any of this with me. Now the negatives. - "free" WiFi was so free it didn't exist. After numerous calls and several new passwords provided, they admitted that there was a problem with the system and the WiFi doesn't work. No solution. - carpet in the room was filthy. The room was clean otherwise, but I don't believe the cleaning staff have access to a vacuum, or if they do, it isn't commonly used. - walls/doors are paper thin and the noise in the hallway was not drowned out at all. It was like there was a party in my room. - cannot use foreign credit cards. First my American Express corporate card wouldn't work at all, then, after taking 600 RMB deposit from my Visa, upon check-out the deposit could not be refunded. I was told that in 30 days it would release, but I am sceptical. I had to pay cash to check out. - lobby and breakfast restaurant are FREEZING cold. No heat in the public areas whatsoever - breakfast was just sad. I took a "hash brown" which was actually a pork schnitzel (cold). Not a lot of selection, and presentation not attractive. - the bedside table plug-in actually leached power from my mobile phone overnight. For some reason after I went to sleep, my phone went from 90% charge to 1% charge. How can an outlet REMOVE power? At this hotel, they've figured it out. - prostitutes are allowed into the hotel to roam the halls, knock on doors, and leave their calling cards behind. I understand that this is common in China, but COME ON. This is supposed to be a "classy" hotel, and I am a WOMAN. Every other hotel I've stayed at in many cities in China my feminine status has left me immune to this middle of the night bother. My male colleagues cannot say the same. At this Ramada, they are equal opportunity prostitutes who don't discriminate. I chose this hotel because I believed by the name Ramada that I could have a reliably comfortable unplanned night. And though there were good aspects to this hotel, it should not bear the name Ramada. I seriously wonder if anyone from Ramada Corporate has ever even been here? Foreigners beware - be prepared with cash, and have a Chinese colleague with you as no one in the hotel speaks English at all. I managed with Google Translate.

给人没有安全感,在住5楼,一进门不到10分钟门口塞进一张黄色小卡片,然后反锁门,锁有问题服务员用力一拉安全锁就掉下来了,太恐怖了!(换房匆忙没拍照)找前台换到2楼这次是不到5分钟黄色小卡片又塞进房门里,卫生间打扫不干净有头发

단지 주변에 즐길거리가 없고 시내에서 멀은 점이 흠임. 건너편엔 마사지샵이 4곳이 있으나 9시에 영업이 끝나는 것이 아싑다.

地理位置在闵行春申路虹梅南路上,2016年8月份刚翻牌,里面重新装修了下,挺不错的,价格在这个地段也正合适,下次还会去住。

1955 Chenshen Road Shanghai Shanghai

Hotel highlights

  • Onsite dining
  • Health club
  • Business center
  • 24-hour front desk

Located in Minhang, Ramada Shanghai Minhang is within a 15-minute drive of Paramount and L'Avenue. This 162-room, 3.5-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a restaurant, a health club, and a business center.


Dining

This hotel has a restaurant that's perfect for a leisurely bite to eat.


Rooms

All of Ramada Shanghai Minhang's 162 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including minibars, coffee makers, and free local calls. Safes are also included.


Property features

Ramada Shanghai Minhang offers a health club, conference space, and a business center. Front-desk staff are standing by 24/7 to assist with any requests. Additional amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and a hair salon.

Room options

Executive Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Family Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Family Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Executive Room, 1 King Bed, Non Smoking

King 1 | Sleeps 3

Reviews from Trip Advisor

Trip Advisor aggregated rating

% of guests recommend this hotel

Total of 7 reviews