Jianguo Shanghai Hotel

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

439 Cao Xi Road, Xu Jia Hui, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200030, China

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94%

Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
13%
7
Very Good
66%
35
Average
15%
8
Poor
1%
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Terrible
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2

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Similarly priced and rated as other 4 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples80
  • Solo87
  • Business84
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    Nice Hotel for Foriegners

    by

    Rooms were immaculately clean. The beds were very firm. Western toilets. Rich decor and ammenities. Very comfortable stay. I would return and I would recommend it to anyone else.

    Unique Quality: The rooms we had were beatiful. The price was about average for a foreigner's hotel.

    Directions: I don't know, the bus took us there and brought us back.

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traditional dishes and in a great hotel

by gkitzmil about Shanghai Restaurant

Local gourmet food. While I love to get outside of the hotel it was very relaxing to get a meal at this very nice restaurant inside the Jianguo Hotel This time I truly enjoyed the dumplings. Before I also enjoyed the noodles.

Shopping Centers


When...

by zqboy

Shopping Centers


When outsiders and foreigners come to Shanghai, they would invariably like to stroll along its main streets and roads, looking for Shanghai-made things and buy some of those commodities with special Shanghai flavor to be brought back when they return home as souvenirs, keepsakes or gifts for their relatives and friends.

In the old days of Shanghai, many shops for foreign buyers were opened in such sections as Nanking Road (Nanjing Lu), Yates Road (Tongfu Lu), Northern Szechuan Road(Sichuan Bei Lu) and Avenue Joffre(Huaihai Zhong Lu). The tourists coming from all parts of the world would like to go there for shopping.

The advent of the 90s saw the ongoing contriving efforts of Shanghai in creating its image as a 'tourists' metropolis' for the tourists from other parts of the country and foreign countries. Having enjoyed the wide fame as 'China's Number One Street', Nanjing Road has seen new features with its old face in regression in these few years. On one hand, long-established stores and old famed restaurants have 'recovered their youthful vigour', and their business now continues to thrive as ever before. While on the other hand, utterly new shopping centres have sprung up like mushrooms such as Mosta, Manhattan Square, Wings Dressmarket and Sincere Company, providing a vast space for the buyers to pick up what they would like to have. On Nanjing Road one can find not only distinctly characterised 'Homes of Famous-brand Goods', but also elegant eating houses tastefully laid out. There the mellow fragrance of hot coffee now and then is being wafted to you by the breeze; and fairly often lingers in the air the reveberation of merriment of video game players.

As a 'shoppers' paradise' for the world's tourists, Shanghai should be able to proffer the world's exquisite goods. It is Huaihai Road that has been fulfilling this requirement for elegant articles on the highest plane. Esprit, Nick, Jeans West, Dison and some other exclusive stores or counters selling brands of goods of international fame are of 'Five-Star' grade as has been used to grade luxury hotels, one of which you will find just on the same road----Jinjiang Hotel.

The Old Temple of City God wherein lies Yuyuan the Happy Garden, and the Old Shanghai County Seat City proper retain their classical or antique features in a way. As the first-stage renovation of the used-to-be 'kingdom of small commodities', there you will find a complete range of varieties of tourists' souvenirs possessing the unique features of the local Shanghainese taste.

Lastly, Xujia Hui(used to be a border assembly area years ago) has now been built into a new commerce and shopping assembly area. There have gone up Oriental Shopping Centre, Pacific Department Store plus its square, Daqian Centre of Delicious Foods, Jianguo Hotel, Huating Sheralton Hotel and the like. If you go there, to be sure, you will feel the out-of-the-common breath of spirit of this metropolis in the Orient--its name is SHANGHAI!

Forum Posts

Where to buy genuine silk scarves, robes and pashminas

by CEAR

Dear VT
A friend of mine went to China some years ago and brought us fantastic silk gifts back. I am looking to buy some scarves, pashminas and possibly dressing gowns/robes back as gifts. I will be staying in Kowloon and Beijing.........Please can any one reccomend the best place to buy genuine silk gifts?
Many Thanks
C

Re: Try these

by sjvessey

there is actually quite a famous silk market in beijing. i didn't go and don't know what it's called, mainly because i was too busy lying on my bed being ill. but your hotel will be able to tell you all about it.

Re: Where to buy genuine silk scarves, robes and pashminas

by honestjohn

In Beijing you can buy silk gifts at Xiushui Street, please refer to my beijing page for the details.

Re: Where to buy genuine silk scarves, robes and pashminas

by honestjohn

My shopping page is
http://www.virtualtourist.com/m/5fd49/fa3c0/c/

Silk in Hong Kong and Beijing

by Confucius

First of all, the best place in China to purchase silk items is Suzhou and Hangzhou.
In Hong Kong there are two shops that you should consider: CRC Department Store and Yue Hwa Emporium. Both have good large selections of silk garments and CRC Department store is sometimes cheaper. The CRC Department store is on Hennesy Road in Causeway Bay and Yue Hwa is on the west side of Nathan Road outside the Jordan subway station.
In Beijing you can try the famous Xiushui Silk Market between the Jianguo Hotel and the Friendship Store.
Unlike Hong Kong's department stores where every item has a sale price tag, this is where your haggling skills are put to the ultimate test. The key to getting a good bargain here is to be ruthless and show absolutely no mercy to the touts who will quote absurd prices to you in the belief that you're just another naive foreign devil.

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