Hotel Ibis Shanghai Lianyang

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

No.300 Fang Dian Road, Pudong District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200135, China
Hotel Ibis Shanghai Lianyang
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65%

Satisfaction Poor
Excellent
5%
4
Very Good
20%
14
Average
40%
28
Poor
20%
14
Terrible
14%
10

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Costs 25% less but rated 18% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Families50
  • Couples55
  • Solo64
  • Business40

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Forum Posts

Luggage Lockers

by zenastar

I am planning on visiting Huangshan from Shanghai but want Shanghai as my base. I am only bringing a back pack so need some place to store my luggage. Instead of paying for three unused nights at a hotel, where else can I store my luggage in the city of shanghai where it will be secure? Is there a luggage locker at the train station that can handle large carry-on size luggage? If so, how much will it cost to store it for three days? Do they give a key? Any and all details are appreciated.

Re: Luggage Lockers

by foreststone

I think any bus station and train station have luggage keeping service, can not expensive , cozz this is very commen service, normally no key for keep the luggage, but they can keep your luggage safe.

Re: Luggage Lockers

by crewrower

yes, foreststone is correct.

Otherwise you can leave your bag at my place for 50 rmb :P

Re: Luggage Lockers

by zenastar

where is your place??

Are you sure it will be safe? ;?

Re: Luggage Lockers

by zenastar

is this place in the train station easy to find for non-chinese speaking people? I would like to leave my luggage at the train station so I don't have to pay for hotels when I'm not there.

Re: Luggage Lockers

by crewrower

your best hope is to find a Chinese person who can speak English - look for someone young. They can point you to the luggage storage area, and maybe even help tell the attendant what you want to do.

Re: Luggage Lockers

by ellyse

When would you be travelling? If I'm in town, you could leave it at my place if you don't mind climbing up 4 flights of stairs.
Your hotel can also store it for you, and the service should usually be free, I've only encountered 1 exception in all my years here!
Otherwise, there's left luggage storage at the train station for nominal charge. These aren't lockers, but instead are rather like cloakrooms with attendants -- only the attendants can get to the luggage, so don't worry about security. There's an easy-to-find one at the southwest exit of Shanghai main train station.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Jade Buddha Temple is the...

by ErnieGal

Jade Buddha Temple is the most famous Buddhist temple in Shanghai. It houses a 1.9-metre-tall jade statue of Buddha carved out of a single piece jade whose color is lustrously and spotlessly white. The look of the the figure is dignified with a kind face. Besides, this rare treasure in the world, there is another jade Buddha statue in a reclined position. Located at 170 Anyuan Road, the Jade Buddha Temple was built in 1918. The temple is famous for its jade Buddha statues which are pure white and elegant. The construction of pavilions and halls is in the traditional style of the Song dynasty. It has four halls: Hall of the Heavenly Kings, Grand Hall, Reclining Buddha Hall and Jade Buddha Chamber.

The Unrivalled Top-Notch in Shanghai

by nomadig about Plaza 66

Plaza 66 hosts the most exclusive brand boutiques found in Shanghai. You can empty your wallet, for example, in Prada, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Bvlgari, Cartier, Chanel, Dior or Boss shop. And this was only the first floor, the list could be continued with lesser brands from the second and third floor.

The top-most floor have several furniture and interior shops, so if you're going to relocate in Shanghai, don't forget to visit this mall.

The restaurants in the mall are said to be extremely good. We didn't have opportunity to test them, but several independent sources said that they are well worth their value (which is quite much in Shanghainese terms).

Fiery Hot!

by xiao about South Beauty Restaurant

Not really chinese per se. More specifically, this is a sichuan restaurant. 5* food, 5* ambience, 5* service at 4* price. Now, isn't that special? Plus, the chef is extremely generous with amount of dried chili used in cooking.

Update 18Apr2006:
China has 8 main types of specialty food and Sichuan is one of them.

South Beauty has opened a 2nd restaurant on Yan An Road (opposite Shanghai Exhibition Centre). The new place housed a cigar lounge, a bar and a amazingly beautiful restaurant with courtyard dining.

Prices has gone up quite a bit but food is still heavenly. Sugar-coated banana fritters.

Bazaar

by solopes

The special note about the bazaar is the quality of its preservation.

Clean streets and facades, bright paintings and a general impression of order.

I had no time to conclude if it has the heavy business typical of bazaars or not, but is was a nice visit.

Shanghai is a large growing city.

by drope50

"Shanghai Museum"

Shanghai Museum is worth seeing. It is a 3 story building with lots to see. there happened to be an Assyrian display during my visit, added plus since I teach World History. the museum had a large variety of during periods of history and artifacts from each. the museum is divided into categories of articles.

"The Bund or Boardwalk"

The Boardwalk along a river in the old financial district. It is a baordwalk or gathering place for tourist and vendors. It houses a variety of Banks and financial centers along the opposite street.

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