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No.1500 Keyuan Road, Zhangjiang Hi-Tech Park District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 201204, China
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Which Hotel

by bilby57

We were going to stay at the Westin Bund but was checking out other hotels on the internet and spotted the Le Royal Meridien. It had very good reviews and the rooms looked very modern. Help please all you lovely people out there. It will take some convincing to get my husband to give up the Westin Bund.

Re: Which Hotel

by DrSlump

We visited Shanghai two years ago and Our booking was in Novotel Atlantis (Pudong Area).

It's a very nice looking hotel.

Salute

Re: Which Hotel

by earthworm88

We stayed at Four Points Sheraton in Daning 6 months ago. It was a great hotel, good value (even better when we were upgraded to a suite), and great location (right by the subway station) and many local restaurants. It was within walking distance to a Chinese Acrobat stadium which had some fantastically entertaining acrobatic show while we were there. The room was modern, new and spacious. Breakfast was included which had both asian and western flavors. Here is the link to that hotel (there are two Four Points Sheraton in Shanghai) in case you want to check it out. http://www.starwoodhotels.com/fourpoints/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=1986

Have a safe and pleasant trip!

Re: Which Hotel

by gaolei

I always recommend staying in the older side of Shanghai, and the Bund is in this area. For an alternative, look at hotels in The Jing An District. The JC Manderin, and other 4 to 5 star hotels are here. I just like the area better, because I always stay here.

A nice alternative may be the Heng Shan Moller Mansion, a 1930 mansion that has been converted to a very nice hotel. Here is a link to my report,
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/f4fc8/4/#1450192
A link to the Hotel
http://www.mollervilla.com/en/main.asp

Re: Which Hotel

by wwroam

I've just booked 5 nights at the China Mansion Hotel ( another hotel converted from an old mansion house in the old French Concession). Should make a nice change from the same old same old international hotels. If you check on Tripadvisor check under Mansion Hotel ( otherwise you'll end up with broadway mansions, a different kettle of fish.)

Re: Which Hotel

by gaolei

Please let me know how your stay goes. I am always interested in another hotel choice in Shangahi.

Re: Which Hotel

by polartraveller

The Westin Bund is actually a little isolated from the rest of the walking route, you are on the "back side" of the main walking area and a distance from Nanjing Road. I always like the Sofitel Hyland right on Nanjing road, rooms slightly more European (ie: smaller) but I love the decor (you don't go there to sleep anyway) breakfast included if you are club member and you are right on nanjing road and 10 minutes walking from the bund, with the subway right underneath. Cannot be any closer to the action!

Re: Which Hotel

by chinaguy

The Park Hotel Shanghai, which is housed in one of Shanghai's most famous buildings, is a four-star hotel located on West Nanjing Road near People's Square

Re: Which Hotel

by ellyse

I would not choose to stay anywhere in Pudong, especially for 1st-time sightseers.
Four Points Daning is not in a good location either, too far from downtown.
Yes, Mansions Hotel would be a good choice and I think it's still within your price range.
I would definitely take the Le Royal Meridien over Westin, especially re location.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Supermarket

by albaaust about Lotus Centre

Tired of Chinese and want some western goods. The place to go the Lotus Centre. This is a huge supermarket in the basement level where you can buy a variety of supermarket goods including fruit, wine, beer, etc etc. Wine - Aussie wine!! Upwards US $15

Shanghai Cuisine in Downtown

by machomikemd about Barrels Restaurant

authenthic Shanghai Cuisine in the downtown area of Shanghai. Our private tour of Shanghai included set lunch and dinners and on our first day of set dinner, we ate here at Barrels restaurant, located in the middle of Shanghai, the place is a popular stop for dinner of private group tours and mass tour groups and there are lots of tables and chairs in the place. The ambiance is simple but elegant and the food is Shanghai Cuisine, we has some shanghai style clear soup, some friend chicken fingers, an authentic Shanghai Spring Rolls (way different from Philippine Style Lumpiang Shanghai Spring Rolls) and some shanghai style stewed pork. shanghai spring rolls, way different from the philippine lumpiang shanghai since the filling is just some veggies and some shrimp. Barrels is also a multifunctional place, catering for formal sit-down dinners to cocktail mixers, corporate meetings to private parties. a combination of restaurant and bar that 's why it's so many people here.

Pudong New Area

by limledi

The Pudong New Area is a nice place to walk around. This has become a Special Economic Zone (SEZ). As a young area, it symbolizes everything that is new and exciting in Shanghai. Oriental Pearl TV Tower & Jinmao Tower, two of Shanghai's famous landmarks can be found here. Plenty of people, locals and tourists alike frequented this place. There is a huge park where children can run and play. There are also food stalls around. Tall beautiful buildings surrounds the area.

SHANGHAI - A FINE CITY

by kathynchuck20

"SHANGHAI CITY LIGHTS"

Shanghai was a wonderful experience. It was beautiful, modern and ultra-clean. Crime and poverty were almost non-existent. As out guide told us...Shanghai is a fine city...a fine for spitting, a fine for littering, a fine for jaywalking. But it certainly lists among the places I would love to go back for a long visit.

The city architecture was eye-popping and modern with new construction everywhere. There were parks and gardens everywhere.

"Clarke Quay"

Clarke Quay (pronounced 'key') was a very fascinating hang out at night. It was wall to wall restaurants, bars and clubs that went all night long. The place was crowed with sightseers but most of all, it was packed with young, well dressed local there to see and be seen, socialize, dance and have fun. A place not to be missed.

"Ginger Gardens"

One of the main sights, especially if you like orchids, is the Ginger Gardens. It is is a massive garden with an orchid garden as the centerpiece. There are literally hundreds of varieties, colors, shapes and sizes from thumbnail to baseball sized flowers.

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