Shanghai Lintong Hotel

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

188 Lintong Rd, Hongkou, Shanghai, 200085, China
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Satisfaction Excellent
Very Good

Value Score Great Value!

Costs about the same, but rated 23% higher than other 2 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families0
  • Couples100
  • Solo66
  • Business0

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Budget Hotel in Shanghai

by Burtty about Lin Tong Hotel

This hotel had the cheapest rate against all other hotels in Shanghai while I checked from the internet in June, 2010. The hotel is basically clean and comfortable. It is not far from the metro line 4 stations. By taking the metro trains, you can arrive to Pudong and Nanjing Rd. (East) in 30 minutes from the hotel.



going to the gardengoing to the garden

Shanghai Metro train ticket machineShanghai Metro train ticket machine

Chatting with the sweet baristaChatting with the sweet barista

Forum Posts

Yuyuan Garden Guide recommendation

by charlesyon

Can anyone recommend a good guide to Yuyuan Gardens?

Re: Yuyuan Garden Guide recommendation

by ellyse

Huh... Book or person?

Re: Yuyuan Garden Guide recommendation

by albaaust

You don't really need a guide. Walk and wander around at your leisure.Its an interesting place with plenty of shopping and eating to be had.

Re: Yuyuan Garden Guide recommendation

by polartraveller

Yu Garden is more a tourist shopping place than a historical spot. No need for guide, lots of people will approach you for "deals", just ignore them unless you want to get into some heavy duty shoppings.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Xian Tian Di - Not the best nightlife

by 2rs

Xian Tian Di is supposed to be "the" place for experiencing shanghais nightlife. I think NOT. The area has some nice restaurants and bars, but if you really want to have a good evening clubing and dancing then Park 97 or the places at Hen Shan Lo are better options.

cheap eating place in pudong

by machomikemd about foodcourt beside Oriental Tv Tower

you can buy drinks and refreshment and even eat streetfoods or a full meal at the food court. this food court cum street stall is just located across the street facing Oriental TV Tower and my suggestion is that you eat and buy drinks here first before embarking on a jaunt to Oriental TV Tower as the prices of the food and drinks here are cheaper than inside the tower. the selection of the street food are endless! depends on what you like, they have assorted grilled animal innards (chinese loves animal innards), some grilled chiken, steamed buns, noodles, soups, dumplings, assorted fruit juices and softdrinks and assorted sweets and dessert. prices range form 10 RMB for a noodle order to 15 RMB for an grilled innard or 6 RMB for my favorite lemonade.

Jin Mao Building

by socrates_07

Few hours before we had to leave we wanted to take the elevator to the top of that building. I was very surprised that everyone wanted to have a view of Shanghai from the Oriental Pearl TV tower but noone was interested in the tallest building in China, the second tallest in Asia and the third tallest building in the world. The reason: It wasn´t possible to visit the sightseeing floor before evening....

Two elevators with a speed of 9,1 m/sec transport visitors in 45 seconds from the basement to the sightseeing floor.

China's Economic Center - Shanghai

by Chitan

"The bund - the symbol of Shanghai"

When people mention Shanghai, the first image that reminds you must be the bund. Huangpu Jiang devides Shanghai into two parts. On the right side of the river is Pu Dong called new Shanghai, and the opposite side is Pu Xi called old Shanghai. The most exclusive feature in Shanghai are its stylish architectures, which combine Shanghai local culture with foreign culture. Shanghai is also called " Shopping Paradise" from which you could enjoy the shopping fun.


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