Jia Na Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

No.7 Yan'an East Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200002, China
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Value Score Poor Value

Costs 29% more and rated 51% lower than other 2 star hotels

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Shanghai, in Winter, with Young Kids


I will be travelling in a family of 3 adults, 2 elderly and 2 young toddlers (2&3yrs old) end of Dec till beginning Jan.

1) Is the winter during that period typically VERY cold? How many layers would you think a toddler needs to be wrapped in?

2) Can you suggest a good hotel or apartment that is located within the shopping area (so that there's minimal walking / better if apt was on top of a shopping centre!). Would need a 2-bedroom suite. Any comments on apts such as The Ascot, Grand Pacific Hotel, or New Habour Sv Apt? Anyone can recommendany reliable online sites with cheap rates for the above apts?

3) What sightseeing places would you recommend for my toddlers?

4) What parks / playgrounds would you recommend? Would winter be a hindrance to playing in parks?

5) Where is a good place to shop for kids clothes, toys etc.

Thank you - appreciate all the responses and advice.

RE: Shanghai, in Winter, with Young Kids

by ellyse

2) Hong Kong, Tianci and New Harbour would be the best as location go. What's your budget like? I could help to check out the discounted prices if you could tell me your exact dates of stay (VTMail is ok).

RE: RE: Shanghai, in Winter, with Young Kids


Thanks for your reply. Dates are 29Dec'06-2Jan'07. Price range about US$200-250 for a 2/3-bedroom suite.

Can I clarify - you mentioned Hong Kong, is there such a vicinity within Shanghai, or an apt called that?

RE: RE: Shanghai, in Winter, with Young Kids

by ellyse

Hong Kong serviced apartments, not Hong Kong. :) Will reply to your VTMail ASAP.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

The Art of making Mask..

by marsistanbul

Various kinds of masks with exaggerated features and rich strong colors were often used during the cultural and religious activities of the national minorities.
The wooden sculptured mask used innuoxi(Guizhou provincial drama featuring masked dancing) are of three types;deity-demon-and secular figures.Colored mask,used in dixi drama,often performed in the open and opera type,are worn by the characters in stories of historical battles,admist golden spears and armored horses as described in Chinese Literary writings.
Tibetian painted mask representing Gods,ghosts and animal faces are used as stage props in Tiaoshen, a "devil's dance" performed by Lamas to exorcise evil spirits at religious festivals,or sometimes by sorcerers dancing in a trance...

The Shanghai Maglev

by gaolei

The Maglev train runs from the Metro center to Pudong Airport. It offers a good alternative to get to and from the airport. It is nearly impossible to find the Maglev when you are standing in the arrivals area of the airport, because there are virtually no signs. If you find an elevator to the second floor, just walk ahead and you will find a sign to the Maglev. I think the people at the airport try to encourage people to only use the other ground transportation. They are reluctant to talk about the Maglev and the city has done a terrible job of posting signs to the Maglev. On the last trip I found a sign for the Maglev that pointed outside to the taxi area!

A taxi to the airport cost 130 RMB from the City Hotel in Puxi. The taxi to the Maglev is 50 RMB plus 50 RMB for the Maglev and you get to the airport for 100 RMB. The bonus is the chance to go over 430 KPH or 250 MPH in the most advanced form of ground transportation in the world.

On the minus side, the Maglev only runs from 8:30 AM to 5:30 PM.

Oriental Pearl Tv Tower

by khc606

Standing 468 meters high, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower is one of the highest towers in Asia. Tourists may climb the tower for panoramic views of the city. The ground floor features a shopping area, cafe, and an international city exhibit. It also offers deluxe conference rooms that have hosted leaders and VIPs from around the world. On clear days, the upper levels of this tower, measuring no less than 263 meters in height, offer spectacular views of the city. Admission fee is CNY50.

Shanghai Old Street Mall

by xuessium

Another part of the huge tourist buildup around the Cheng Huang Temple and Yu Yuan Gardens. More shops, street stalls and restaurants aplenty to tantalise and amuse you if after surviving the crowds at Cheng Huang Temple and Yu Yuan Gardens and you want more.

This is a new setup, opened only 1999 - so don't let the name fool you.

Shanghai Page

by dayfiel

1.3 Billion Chinese can't be wrong!
Everyone loves chewing pumpkin seeds in China - even the chooks.
You can spit out the seed shell case anywhere , on the train floor,restaurant floor or table or even on the street!


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