My wife and I stayed at this hotel with some of our friends before a flight out of Pudong International Airport. The hotel is very easy to find and actually connected directly to Century Park metro stop allowing for easy exploring and access to the variety of attractions nearby. Breakfast was a mix ...
Details, location and value. This is absolutely have top notch service and facility, combines the Swiss quality style and Chinese hard working staff. 130 dollars/day right next to Jing An Si, a quick 30 minutes Subway ride to HongQiao airport and all sorts of stores right outside hotel door. How ...
The hotel is located to a number of visitor destinations, The Bund, The Peoples Market, Nanjing Street and the metro subway. The hotel is very nicely furnished. The room contained a King Size bed, shower stall, bath tub and sectioned off toilet. The bed mattress was the only drawback as you could ...
I stayed in two different rooms, first one was too cold. Second one was a little too warm, all the temperature was pre-set already, you can not change it. You can only turn it off. So I don’t like their air conditioning system, everything else is good.
Great stay as always. Concierge even called my taxi back to return my bank card I forgot at the front desk. Thanks!
The hotel is located to a number of visitor destinations, The Bund, The Peoples Market, Nanjing Street and the metro subway. The hotel is very nicely furnished. The room contained a King Size bed, shower stall, bath tub and sectioned off toilet. The bed mattress was the only drawback as you could feel the coils. The mattress sagged at the edges so you had to sleep towards the middle of the bed. The work out facility was nice and spacious. The indoor pool came in handy since it was cold and rainy during my stay. Many restaurants and eateries located with a two block radius. Large upscale shopping mall ( opened aired) located three blocks from the Hotel.
Book this hotel coz it’s close to the train station and shuttle to the airport. Although I didn’t use the subway, but it should be pretty convenient for other travelers. Rooms had been remodeled, beds are comfortable. Room is clean. Didn’t like the check in process. I reserved a room with two twin beds and asked the girl named Abby to see if she can switch to a king bed room. The answer was no. I accepted it. While I was still there waiting for the key, another guest came to check in with Scarlet. He also booked through a travel agency. He made the same request to have a king room instead of twin room and Scarlet accomendated his request. That was a slap on the face. That guest is Caucasian and I am Asian. Not sure if that was the reason why we got different treatments, but heard people were saying hotel staff value foreign guests more. And the room I got from Abby was right across from the elevator, speechless. However, I have to give credit to the girl who accomendated my request for a late check out the next day. Too bad I called from my room and didn’t get her name. Concierge was good, I left my luggage there after check out without any issues and they offered to call cab for me upon departure.
Probably what I like the most about this hotel is that they actually have diet coke. I spent a month all over China and only found one other place that offered Coke Zero (but no diet coke). Plenty of plugs to charge equipment and a few English channels on the TV.
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