Greentree Inn Jingan Hotel Shanghai

1829 Xinzha Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200065, China
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by matjung about Green Tree Inn - Shanghai South Station

The Inn provides free internet access in the rooms (LAN) and two complimentary bottles of water. There is also a water boiler to cook green tea. Some bathroom items can be bought too. Pairs of sleepers are also provided, I think they are free, too.

If you are on a budget, it´s a good place to stay.
My room rate (Expo room) is 288 Yuan.

To the expo area (Gate 8) it´s about 15 minutes by Expo bus Nr 2.
Don´t expect that you can have a chat with the staff in English.
The skills are limited, but they do what they can. A good location, somewhere between Shanghai South Station, Shanghai Railway Station, the Bund and the Expo Area.

To Shanghai Railway Station it is about 30 minutes with metro line 3.

To maglev station in longyang road it is about 70 RMB by taxi.

To Longhua or the Shanghai Botanic Garden it is 12 RMB.


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Two Days in Shanghai


We'll be Shanghai on a VERY short layover. It's our first time.

1. What should be definitely DO and SEE in Shanghai? We want local flavors. Street life. One good museum. And a nice place to see the whole city.

2. Arriving around midnight? Is there still taxi available? Taxi vs. Shuttle?

3. Hotel: any recommendation? Our budget is around US$100-$150 a night preferably near a light-rail/train/subway station. What neighborhood is good to stay in? In the Bund or across Pudong River?

Any help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you.

Re: Two Days in Shanghai

by Juwongie

- Go to Yu Yuan for Chinese dumplings (Xiao Long Bao).
- Have a foot massage at Taipan at 370 Da Gu Road, tel : +86-(21)-6340-0366. 138RMB for 90 mins. Complimentary Free Flow of non-alcoholic beverages and simple sandwiches and beef noodles included - MUST
- Xing Tian Di (comes to live at night)
- Go up Grand Hyatt (aka Jin Mao Tower) for a magnificant view of Shanghai on a clear day

Taxis are available after midnight at airport. Make sure you queue at the authorised taxis near exit 14. Do not follow any touts. Pay by the meter and collect your receipt when you alight, for any complaints.

Stay on Puxi side. There is more life with people and traffic !
There are numerous hotels along Nanjing Road, which is a good location for moving around.

Re: Two Days in Shanghai

by ellyse

1) What time do your flights arrive and leave? Some of my top suggestions would be Shanghai Museum, Old City area and French Concession area, but you might not have time for everything so you'll have to prioritise. What did you mean by "see the whole city"? Bird's-eye view?
2) Taxi definitely available but very expensive nighttime rates. 1 airport shuttle still running.
3) Plenty of choices. Some good choices would be Radisson New World Hotel, Central Hotel, Paramount Hotel etc. I would pick to stay in downtown Puxi, definitely not Pudong.

Re: Two Days in Shanghai


Will check into all your suggestions...

Thank you very much!


Re: Two Days in Shanghai


We're looking at a couple of hotels:

Holiday Inn or Sofitel Hyland. Any thoughts? What's better?

Any other hotels near Nanjiang Road?

Thanks again.

Re: Two Days in Shanghai

by ellyse

Definitely NOT Holiday Inn, wrong location.
Sofitel Hyland is fine, but I think Radisson New World does much better.

Re: Two Days in Shanghai

by gaolei

The new hotel called Pacific Grande is reasonable, nice and near everything. Second choice, City Hotel or Heng Shan Moeller. Any hotel in Jing An district is near everything.

I would see the TV tower, Walk the Bund. While in the Jing An districe, see the Jing An temple and the old Russian Exhibition Center, A beautiful example of the Russian Wedding Cake style. Eat at Bi Feng Tang. See my page on Shanghai for more information.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Spectacular Lights on the Huang Pu River

by Icemaiden02 about The Bund

Many tourists only see The Bund during the day. However, for a truly remarkable view, take the underground subway or a taxi over to Pu Dong Waterfront at night, and view The Bund across the Huang Pu River. It is perfect for a romantic spot or for a family to huddle together and view the lights.

famous place for weddings

by machomikemd about Shanghai House Resto

with nice views of the Nanpu Bridge. this SHanghai House Restaurant is not only popular as a restaurant but also for chinese wedding celebration banquets (see my other shanghai tips to see it). the place was literally jampacked with people, again the dinner here was included in our private tour package. the meal consisted of assorted shanghai style goodies like the tofu noodle soup, some braised pork meat with innards, seafood clear soup and some shanghai spring rolls and some steamed kaylian leaves. we were so stuffed that I almost passed out eating (such gluttons heheheh!). my favorite is still the shanghai style spring rolls and the swewes pork innards with pork meat, very tasty and cholesterol laden hehehehe.

Nanjing Road

by iwys

Some people say this is the most important shopping street in all of China. It's certainly the main street in Shanghai. If you like crowded department stores, this is the place for you.

It runs, from west to east, across the heart of the city, all the way from People's Park down to the Bund.

*LOVE* this city

by truesally

"A new love blossomed in just 3 days..."

I came to Shanghai with my husband, who was on a business trip. We only had 3 days to get a look around; what a whirlwind affair I had, trying to pack as much sightseeing and fun as possible into that time.

The city is amazingly huge (maybe I'm just a small-town girl...) and, of course, I only saw a small piece of it. What I found, however, was a delightful mix of old & new, communist & capitalistic, traditional & contemporary.

We were lucky enough to be able to explore on our own and also with some locals (THANK YOU, Tony & Ketty :)). I'm desperately hoping I can go back this winter...


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 Greentree Inn Jingan Hotel Shanghai

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Address: 1829 Xinzha Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200065, China