Four Points By Sheraton Shanghai, Pudong

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

No 2111 Pudong Nan Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200127, China
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85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
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14
Very Good
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Average
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32
Poor
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Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 30% more than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families75
  • Couples78
  • Solo76
  • Business63

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Hotel recommendations ... Location, Service, Spa

by nomad7890

I will be in Shanghai on the way back from Beijing and have currently booked at the Le Royal Meridien as it seems that it's walking distance to many places of interest.

I did, however, run into some negative reviews on this hotel's service and spa.
I am a Starwood Memeber (Sheraton, Westin, etc). For this price range, is there a better option as far as service and a good spa?

I see some in Pudong, but they seem further away. Is it easy to get to the shopping areas by metro from Pudong? (I have a map)

Thanks.

Re: Hotel recommendations ... Location, Service, Spa

by polartraveller

Hotel spa are always over priced and not that great. You can ask the hotel staff to recommend a place near by. I went to one on a side street behind Nanjing Road East which was not bad, I cannot rememeber its name but it is one street off the walking street almost behind the Wing On building. On teh same street several block further down towards the Bund there is another large spa, lots of lights outsdie so you can't miss but have not been in myself. You are right, there are more and newer spas in Pudong side, its not too expensive to cab over and back.

Re: Hotel recommendations ... Location, Service, Spa

by rocklady8

In response to your question about using the metro to get to the shopping areas. The metro is clean, efficient and well located to get you into the shopping areas from Pudong. We took the metro into the Bund shopping area a couple of times during our stay in Shanghai. Also consider taking the metro to the end of the line for some interesting sightseeing in areas less frequented by tourists (I think there is, or was, a large Jewish community in Shanghai at the end of one of the lines.) People were always friendly and helpful.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Portuguese ornament

by solopes

We are marvelled with the beautiful details of the garden!

We look around, carefully, trying to enjoy each artistic combination, each detail, and, suddenly, something pops up out of context. An even more attentive look and... it is a Portuguese flag.

No! It was not part of the decoration!

Just a nice lady decided to support the proved concept that we are a small country with a big people, and no matter where you are, there will always be a Portuguese close to you.

Generally without flags!

Silk Duvets

by easterntrekker about Dung Wu Silk Factory

The silk goods are so tempting to buy in China. At the Dung Wu Factory we see a demonstration on silk quilt making . Here the double cocoons are used . The fluffy balls are stretched and the light layers are used in making gorgeous duvets that are lightweight but warm . The prices are much less than we would see them in the USA. They sell all sizes from twin to king size and they are about $80.00-$120.00 . Beside the duvets they also sell silk sheets and pillow cases. So just when I had decided ..." I bought enough already !!" Who could resist!

Sheng Jian Bao

by koolkatz_76

Shop Name: Xiao Yang Sheng Jian Guan
Location: Wujiang Lu, Mei Shi Jie (Gourmet Alley)

According to my friend, a local Shanghainese, this little shop was voted to serve the best "Sheng Jian Bao" in Shanghai.

Sheng Jian Bao is a traditional Shanghainese snack. It's essentially a dumpling, filled with minced pork. This dumpling is steamed till it's soft, then fried on a hot plate till brown on one side.

When you bite into the dumpling, hot soup gushes into your mouth, sending a burst of flavour directly to the senses.

You have to be careful to make just the teeniest little hole with your teeth in the dumpling skin, to control the speed that the soup is split out. Otherwise, it may spill all over the table or yourself!

This dingy little shop doesn't look like anything from the outside, but judging from the never-ending queue, it really must be something. We had to squeeze into this little attic to polish off the dumplings as quick as we can (basically, it's not a place to linger for hours).

There's another branch of the same shop just 2 doors away. Recommend that you try that shop as it looks less cramped.

Shun Tian Dai "New Sky Place"(translation)

by coolpanda87

This is a section of the city where there is are a lot of foreign cafe & resturants. Eating foreign foods including coffee is now a new fad in Shanghai & most of China, and this street holds the highest concentration of them. Even well-known establishments like McDonalds & Starbucks have decided to open here. This is a great place to buy a doughnut & relax.

Shanghai

by rogu1

Shanghai is two hours away by plane from Shenzen, and it has a traffic free road system.

It was there where I bought my golf clubs and a Wilson N3 tennis racquet
which I use until today. Cheap price.

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Address: No 2111 Pudong Nan Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200127, China