Hotel grounds and location is excellent. Only problem is the wifi is useless, as in you can't load a single page. Most of the staff was nice and helpful, although one lady at the front was pretty rude when I was short on cash for a package that needed to be shipped out. I requested the hotel to charge ...
I got a free upgrade to the deluxe king from a king room. The room was spacious and had a bathtub overlooking the city skyline. I had a good time in the city and had the chance to unwind in the room. The hotel wifi allows Google which was a plus.
As China's largest metropolis, Shanghai has evolved into a progressive global center for commerce, culture, and progress. Still carrying its ancient roots proudly, the city offers much to see and do for travelers. European charm and influence mingle with Chinese cuisine, shopping, and architecture, including the classically designed Shanghai hotels in Puxi. Hotels in Shanghai reflect the city's incredible diversity, ranging from budget backpacker lodges to the impeccable Royal Meridian Shanghai hotel.
The Shanghai International Convention Center is among the city's most prominent facilities, including beautiful architecture, tailored business packages, and exceptional event design and services.
Shanghai offers a variety of dining options, including street vendors selling sweet tofu custard, steamed and fried buns at the award-winning Din Tai Feng restaurant, exceptional wines at Enoteca in the French Concession, and the breathtaking rooftop terrace view from K5, which serves French-inspired cuisine in the Jingan District.
Discover Shanghai's array of architecture, from the modern monoliths like the Pearl Tower and Jin Mao Tower, to the classicism of the Jade Buddha Temple the 1920's European flavor of the French Concession.
Known as the Paris of the Far East, the French Concession offers the most exclusive haute couture and European fashions, while Nanjing Road offers boulevard bargain hunts for Chinese and foreign merchandise.
Catch a home game of one of Shanghai's professional soccer, basketball, hockey, and baseball teams, try your arms out with Dragon Boat racing down the scenic Suzhou River, or try out some martial arts at Shanghai Karate or Club Hero.
Not that bad staff members but the facilities are good and the location is not bad
Hotel grounds and location is excellent. Only problem is the wifi is useless, as in you can't load a single page. Most of the staff was nice and helpful, although one lady at the front was pretty rude when I was short on cash for a package that needed to be shipped out. I requested the hotel to charge me so I can pay them back after checkout and she was unwillingly and rude. The rest of the staff was great though.
We had a room overlooking the river and the city, so the scenery cannot be beat. The property location was also great, right on the Bund, opposite to the ferry. The room was well designed, if not huge. Breakfast was offering many options. The only critic would lie with the reception personal: rather slow and nor particularly helpful for a property of this grade. I would go back.
This is one of the top 5 star hotels in Shanghai. The hotels is right across the street from the bund and the room with a river view was worth the extra cost. The room smelled a little musty and could not tell quite why since it was well maintained and clean. Since I don't speak Chinese I leaned on the concierge staff multiple times a day and they were very friendly and helpful.