Jinchen Hotel Shanghai

795-809 Middle Huaihai Road, Luwan District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200020, China
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  • Couples100
  • Solo50
  • Business12

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French Concession - Shanghai

by GDunkling

I will be visiting June 12-15 and again on the 26th and would like a reasonably priced place to stay in the French Concession (under $100 USD). Could you provide any advice on hotels in this area?

Re: French Concession - Shanghai

by gaolei

Check the City Hotel on my page. http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/1e4db/f4fc8/3/

I think prices run just under to just over $100 depending on what's going on in Shanghai. They have decent rooms, good breakfast and it is near everything in the French Concession and Jing An district.

Re: French Concession - Shanghai

by ellyse

My top recommendation would be Donghu Hotel. Other good options would be Paramount Hotel, A-Live Design Hotel, Jinchen Hotel etc but they're all max of 3-star, whereas the Donghu is 4-star.
I frequently book at the Donghu, so let me know if you'd like me to help you do the same?

Can anyone recommend a hotel in Nanjing shopping district

by trwem1957

I am looking at the Park Hotel. Is it walking distance to outdoor market type shopping. If not can you recommend a hotel in that area? Thanks in advance!!

Re: Can anyone recommend a hotel in Nanjing shopping district

by Colomb

The hotel is just located in the centre of Shanghai and on Nanjing Road Shopping District.

Enjoy stay here!

Re: Can anyone recommend a hotel in Nanjing shopping district

by Riona

For shopping I suggest HuaiHai Rd, lots of shops and the great XiangYang Market(the outdoor market). for hotel JinChen hotel is almost right beside the market, rooms very tiny though,

Re: Can anyone recommend a hotel in Nanjing shopping district

by MaosRedArmy

I posted this message for another question, but since you are looking to stay near Nanjing Rd. it does apply to you as well.

The first question I would ask is what is your budget? But since I don't know that, here are some suggestions:

My first time to Shanghai (1999) I stayed at the Central Hotel, which is one block from Nanjing Road and very close to People's Park. It has Western facilities and even came with an American-style breakfast buffet (i.e. eggs made to order, toast, bacon, etc.).

And at the time I paid less than $100 for a room. Today, its about $130 a night. There is also a Howard Johnson's about a block away from the Central Hotel for roughly $125 a night - it is new and looked OK from the outside. There is a Sofitel right on Nanjing Rd, but I was not too impressed by it (although I have not seen the inside of the rooms).

On the other hand, if you want to splurge, try the Four Seasons, or Ritz-Carlton Portman (which are near Nanjing Rd) - you won't know what country you're in if you stay in any of those places - but you are also looking in excess of $200 per night.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Young style

by wwliu about SOQ Store

The shopkeeper is a girl called Jaco. I think Jaco is a lovely girl who lay her little store as a kid's house. There are many clothes as jean very modern. And Jaco also sell a lot cute toys what girls like. I suggest rice paper what is very cute......even if I don't smoke, the rice paper is too lovely to ignore. as average......I think you can cut price with Jaco

Lamb Meat on a Stick

by lucincia about Street Food

When ordering these meat sticks, remember that by default they are very spicy. You have to tell them not to put spice on it. Even without spice though there is still some kick to it. So, if you cannot tolerate any spiciness, do not try these. Otherwise, STUFF YOURSELF SILLY! As of 4/2006, they run about 2-3RMB each stick.

The Shanghainese Embankment

by nomadig

The Bund is the tourist centerpiece of the town. The name is derived from a Hindi word "Band", meaning an embankment. It was built to protect the city from flooding of the river, and later converted to a place for pleasant strolling.

There are several attractions along the Bund, including the Bund Museum, the Monument to People's Heroes, vista to Pudong and historical buildings along the Bund itself. Surprisingly, there are not many cafes around, but you can buy drinks from the stalls.

The statue in the middle of the Bund is not Mao, but the first mayor of Shanghai, Chen Yi. The resemblance is striking.

To reach the Bund, take metro line 2 to Central He Nan Road station and walk Nanjing Road to east or take a taxi.

My love affair with Shanghai....

by babymeowmeow

"To know you is to love you..."

Shanghai is one of my favourite cities in the world and certainly my favourite Asian city. Yes - like any megacity - it can be crowded and noisy and polluted, but it remains the most cosmopolitan, sophisticated and progressive city in mainland China. Shanghai is a good place to visit if you want to catch a feel/glimpse of the future of China. Other than a few sightseeing highlights, the main draws are eating/drinking, shopping and people watching - similar to highlights of a visit to, say, New York or London. It is also a good base to explore the more rural and classical sights of nearby Jiangsu and Zhejiang provinces. Don't come to Shanghai expecting a thoroughly "Chinese" experience (whatever that may be) - this is, after all, the most "Westernised" of mainland cities. Do come, however, and let yourself be sucked into its pulsating energy...

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