Shanghai Marriott Hotel Changfeng Park

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

No.158 Da Du He Road,Putuo District, Shanghai, Shanghai Region, 200062, China

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Shanghai Marriott Hotel Changfeng Park
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    Another Business Class Hotel

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    A recent work trip allows me to check out the newly opened Shanghai Marriott Changfeng Park. Everything is in mint condition (since it only opened in Feb 10). You couldn't really be asking for anything newer.

    Location is really nothing to shout about since it offers proximity to my office. Folks looking for a more central location may wish to hunt elsewhere. The obvious disadvantage of location is made up by excellent rooms (my room has windows on 2 sides as it was a corner room) with a fantastic tub that comes with a view of Shanghai and excellent pool and jacuzzi facilities in the hotel. Business class hotel wise, I am not really looking for anything more fanciful.

    My conference happened to be held in the hotel's conference room. Unfortunately, the carpet loved attracting static electricity resulting in plenty of excitable jolts and merry squeals. The room's heating/cooling system could not made up its mind, sending the room to either stifling warmness or bone-chilling coolness. We couldn't make up our mind to wear our sweaters or not.

    Unique Quality: I am more taken in by the physical comfort of the Hotel than anything else. In a nutshell, compared to the usual Ho Hum places I stayed while backpacking, I am thanking my stars to be popping my body onto a bed that is soft, clean and welcoming!

    Directions: Shanghai Marriott Hotel Changfeng Park is a 32-story building facing the Changfeng Park and overlooking Su Zhou River. Nearest subway is "Lou Shan Guan Lu" station on the red line 2.

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From Beijing to Shanghai

by geofftan

1. Ive read on other website that there is a special window number 43 for english speaking ticket buyers on main station of Shanghai going Beijing.
Is this true?


2. Im using this site to view stations of shanghai metro ( http://www.exploreshanghai.com/metro/) , which is the right station where we can find the said window 43?

Re: From Beijing to Shanghai

by geofftan

Sorry, this is my third question.

3. We're planning to buy Ztrain sleeper ticket on the same day of our departure. We will buy on Monday morning and leave on the night of that same day, what are the chances that we can have tickets? If you can also provide a phone number ( with english speaking operator) where we can check if there are still available tickets.

Re: From Beijing to Shanghai

by matthewmayer

1. There are certainly dedicated ticket sales desks for Z (express) trains. I wouldn't rely on someone speaking English. Your hotel would probably be able to obtain tickets for you for a small fee.

2. You're looking for Shanghai Railway Station (line 1/3/4 of the Shanghai Metro)

http://www.exploreshanghai.com/metro/pedia/station/shanghai-railway-station

3. I think you should be able to buy tickets on the same day, as long as its not a holiday (e.g. Chinese New Year)

Re: From Beijing to Shanghai

by geofftan

Thanks! Just in case that all tickets are sold out, what are other cheaper options to go to Beijing?

Re: From Beijing to Shanghai

by ellyse

1) No such window, whoever told you must've been mistaken. I doubt there're even as many as 43 windows at the train station ticket office!
2) Redundant due to answer to previous question.
3) Doubt you'll be able to get sleeper tickets. How did you fare, anyway? Did you have to go by bus, or flight?

Re: From Beijing to Shanghai

by geofftan

I was not able to get sleeper tickets going to Beijing, but I was able to get sleeper tickets going back to Shanghai for only RMB 499. I only got seat tickets going to Beijing which is cheaper, for only RMB 288.

Re: From Beijing to Shanghai

by ellyse

Soft seat costs 283 RMB, not 288 RMB.

Travel Tips for Shanghai

Shop in Xiangyang Market

by simcard

Latest update: the original Xiangyang market has been torn down.. but u can find most vendors at the subway station of Science Technology Museum.

There are too many things (replica watches, suitcases, clothes, purses, jewels, etc.). But be aware, it is always crowded here. And you always need to bargin. They charge u like their items is the original brand.. but they are NOT!! Average price for watch should be from 70 - 200rmb. Clothing should be 50rmb or so a piece.. don't get ripped off!

M on The Bund

by MacKiwi about M on The Bund

The restaurant boasts probably the best view of the Bund - see picture (except perhaps, from our guests' hotel rooms at the Grand Hyatt). During the warmer months, the roof garden is one of the most delightful places to spend an evening in Shanghai. The food is as spectacular as the view. The deliciously fragrant home-made olive bread, the crepes Parmentier topped with surprisingly good Chinese caviar and creme fraiche, the slowly baked salt-encased select leg of lamb and the signature Pavlova are all reasons to try this Shanghai version of the restaurant which has been luring Hong Kong diners for over a decade.

The Jin Mao Tower

by mikelisaanna

The Jin Mao Tower is currently Shanghai's tallest occupied building, rising 88 floors and over 400 meters above the ground. The first 50 floors of the building are primarily offices, while the floors above that are occupied by the Shanghai Grand Hyatt hotel, one of Shanghai's best hotels. The Grand Hyatt section of the hotel features an awesome 28-floor tall atrium that makes you dizzy to look up at from the hotels 56th floor lobby. At the top of the tower is an observation deck that is open to the public.

Western style downtown Shanghai

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"Todays China"

This city has changed it's appeareance dramatically over the past 30 years and the metamorphosis is continuing at a rapid pace. From french colonial style in the French concession to the breathtakingly impressive futuristic architecture, there's everything almost within walking distance.

"Where there used to be ricepads.."

The sprawling business district has taken over where once was farmland

"To see and being seen on the Bund"

A leasurly afternoon on the Bund..

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