I'm arranging for a short trip (just a long weekend) to Shanghai with my parents, just wonder whether JC Mandarin or 88 Xintiandi is better. They both look great from their websites.
JC Mandarin is a normal classic hotel and 88 Xintiandi is a hip one. If your parents like night life among foreigners and young locals, 88 Xintiandi is definitely the choice. It's only 15 minutes on foot to all the department stores on Huai Hai Lu.
hi.......is there any hotel in xin tian di area or near by? what are the appx tarrif and mode of transportation?
will be staying in shanghai for two days so would look for hotel in such a lively area.
it would be a great help to me.
Yes. What's your expected price range?
Jiujiu Holiday Hotel is just outside the perimeter of Xintiandi and costs nearly 300 RMB/night.
88 Xintiandi is very upscale, gorgeous boutique hotel located in Xintiandi; costs >2000 RMB/night...!
maximum 500 RMB.......
how is jiujiu holiday hotel? is it good and safe?
any other hotel u recommend?
Yes, good and safe; have booked quite a number of travellers in there previously with no major complaints.
Those are the only 2 that I know of in that area.
most hotels around the area are expensive. The old jinjung is a very nice hotel, but costs RMB 1450 and up.
Old Jinjiang isn't really in the Xintiandi area.
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