This hotel occupies a historical buildings in Shanghai. The exterior of the hotel is like a fairy tales castle that you might have read in some fairy tales stories. This building was once owned by a Swedish named Eric Moller and was complete in 1936.
This hotel has a 5-star and a 3-star buildings. I stayed in the 3-star building for six nights. The room was ok, it had a bathroom, tv, telephone and airconditioning.
In the breakfast room was never more than five people besides us. This made it actually feel like a castle of our own with our own butlers and waitresses. lol
As we are not used to eastern breakfast the choise of food was limited. I had coffee, orange juice, an omelett and some bread. The selection was not huge.
Unique Quality: A castle with beautiful breakfast room, which gives to a beautiful garden. There you could not believe that you are in the middle of buzzling city. The athmosphere was very calm and the staff was more than friendly.
Accross the road is a "restaurant" where is good food and its inexpensive (not a fancy one. White walls inside and not decorated).
This hotel is located on a road where one finds little shops selling mainly clothes and shoes. Dont worry about not being near a subway 'cos the taxis are cheap and get you anywhere.
Directions: Between Nanjing Lu and Huai Hai Rd on Shan Xi Rd South.
Heng Shan Moller Villa belong to Heng Shan Group what is an hotel in miniature. It is 8 km far away Hong Qiao airport and 5 km far away train station.
Unique Quality: The building is unique that attract many visitors wherever they come from. Living in a Villa is pretty good, en?
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