The New Asia Hotel is a nice hotel within walking distance to the Bund, the Nanking Road and surroundings.
We seemed to be the only European guests there, which I didn't mind at all! At breakfast (truly Chinese breakfast) we were asked: "What??? You can't speak Chinese???" It made me laugh!!
Unique Quality: The vicinity to all the great sights of Shanghai is fantastic!
There are 5 of us that will be spending Dec. 4-9 in Shanghai. We are on our own and would like to hire a good local guide to be with us every day. Any suggestions? We will probably stay at the New Asia Hotel. Do you think they could reccommend a good guide and set it up for us? Thanks
Two days is enough to tour Shanghai. Why not make an easy excursion to Suzhou and also take in a canal village on your way back, perhaps Tongli or Zhu Jia Jiao.
Most 3-5 star hotels in China's tourist cities have a travel desk that arranges local and day trip tour packages. If the New Asia Hotel does not have a travel desk then find the nearest 4 or 5 star hotel that does. The nicer hotels are more likely to have competent English speaking guided tours.
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Address: 422 Tian Tong Rd, Shanghai, 200085, China