Ramada Wujiaochang Shanghai4.0 out of 5.0
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This Ramada is situated not near the Bund/Pudong but in Wujiaochang in the north of Shanghai. Nevertheless it offers stunning views of the Wujiaochang district (a mini-Pudong) and is quite close to Fudan University. The rooms are fairly spacious and have good-sized en-suites with the usual amenities, although sound proofing could be a bit better against the traffic noise. The breakfast is varied and plentiful and the staff are friendlier and more helpful than in other big hotels in which I've stayed in the area. As is the case in most of China, this is a 'smoking' hotel and the communal areas are often smoky -apart from the dining areas. The décor could do with some re-finishing in parts, but it was a comfortable stay and I would consider staying again.
The hotel is getting old and warn. The carpets are dirty and the bathrooms are in need of a renovation. The air-con in the rooms worked well once you figured out the Chinese instructions. Breakfasts were very Chinese orientated and there was a huge variety to choose from. The lighting and air-con in the hotel public spaces was a bit to be desired i.e., too hot and dark. The gym was not something that inspired exercise. Two treadmills and a cycle [plus a yoga mat]. Give the gym a miss and head to the near by park which is about 10minutes away by foot. There is a large shopping mall about 10 minutes away by foot and lots of local eating places.
Out of age hotel, bathrooms have black mold/fungus. Had a seminar that took place in the hotel. Only stayed for convenience. If you are a smoker it's a perfect place as every public toilet inside hotel is full of smoke. Only few staff speak English. The highlight was the lunch as the food taste was good.
Stayed here for 2 nights as part of a tour. Overall it was probably one of the better hotels we stayed in. Room was very spacious but definitely needs a refurbishment. Carpet a bit dirty, furniture knocked about. Same for bathroom. But bedding was clean and comfortable, clean towels. Little kitchenette area with kettle, tea/coffee, sink. Room on the 14th floor was quiet at night. Breakfast buffet had the most western options out of all the hotels we experienced. Some decent pastries, eggs to order, good coffee. Also they had tables for 4 people which was nice. Most places only had massive tables for 12 people which feels really odd for just a couple of people. Location of hotel is good. Walking distance to 3 big, modern shopping centres. If you're craving western food, pizza express in one if the centres does great authentic pizzas, Aussie wine by the glass and service with a smile (not common in China). I would stay here again. Walking distance to metro station.
A 21 storey massive building, not at par with other hotels of Ramada chain. Breakfast spread is limited, with slow refills. Carpet in the room was torn with nails sticking out. Staff do not understand English, therefore, very difficult to convey one's view point. Internet was patchy.
Employee's behavior needs complete makeover, people at reception are not there to help. Wifi doesn't work in rooms but only in lobby which not good for a person who might be coming after all day at exhibition or conference.
Ramada hotel Shanghai--A Big Name but below standard hotel in this class. Rooms are average, small in size, staff is so rude , food is not good at all, same menu all days and food is smelly. NOT GOOD FOR FAMILY TRIP.
our room was a 2 bed smaller room. clean , matress was on the hard side. updated bathroom. quiet no outside noise. everything in room worked. only biggest problem is the wifi signal. house cleaning serviced daily. great air conditioner. everyone was helpful in the hotel. speaking Chinese did help a lot. great breakfast selections. lots of American and Chinese food was there. good coffee, fruit, and desserts. we didn't eat lunch or dinner there. overall it was a pleasant visit. we stayed in room 1109. access to the subway #10 line was about 4 blocks away. the bus #147 to downtown was 1 block away. taxi there also at hotel.
The rooms are fine, spacious with kitchen area. The hotel has nothing to offer in terms of facilities. Staff are unhelpful and at times rude. The hotel has a very "seen better days" feel to it. I stayed here because it was very close to the location I needed to be in for a work visit. There was literally nothing i liked about this hotel and I stay in hotels for about 50% of my life. I try to find positives in even the poorest of situations, but I seriously could not find anything positive to say about this aging "1990s China" style place.
Stayed two nights for business at a University nearby (although not walkable due to the major highway right outside the hotel). The hotel is pretty well equipped, comfortable beds, clean, and for being so close to a major street, pretty quiet. Not so memorable, but for a short business trip, it just may be the right kind of hotel for you.
Located in Puxi, Ramada Wujiaochang Shanghai is within 2 miles (3 km) of sights such as Jiangwan Stadium and Tongji University. This 4-star hotel welcomes guests with 383 rooms and conveniences like free in-room WiFi, free self parking, and a fitness center. Also close to this Shanghai hotel are Gongqing Forest Park and Shanghai Jewish Refugees Museum.
Sit down for a leisurely bite to eat at the onsite restaurant, or enjoy a drink at the bar/lounge.
All 383 rooms feature safes, ironing boards, and desks. 26-inch TVs are available for entertainment, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi and wired Internet. Bathrooms offer hair dryers, free toiletries, and slippers.
At Ramada Wujiaochang Shanghai, guests have access to a fitness center, free WiFi in public areas, and 9 meeting rooms. If you decide to drive, there's free parking. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry and securing valuables. Additional amenities include a 24-hour business center and express check-out.
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69% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 241 reviews