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Wrong description, most of services unavailable because renovations, renovations are supposed to start at 10am when you book in: they start at 8am, they cancel booking to avoid to pay site fee, so you pay cancellation fee, room never cleaned, lot of broken things in...More
I was actually surprised that the bed and the bathroom was clean.Garbage are taken out daily and they even provide you with daily toilet paper. Hot water is also good. The only problem is the nearby residences who can be quite noisy at night. The...More
The staff are helpful and the location is very central. Especially the train booking office which is in the area. The streets are shaded and pleasant to walk through, unlike some other areas of Shanghai. There are lots of local restaurants on the same street....More
We spent 5 nights there in september 2011. Nice clean rooms in an old factory. It's quite a big place but well maintained. It's well situated in the town. A 10 minutes walk gets you to the subway on one of the main lines. The...More
We stayed here for one night before we moved on. Although the hostel appears to be a small inn from the front, it's actually enormous inside with rooms across three large levels. After staying in several of the same faceless HIs/YHAs throughout China (often they're...More
The heart of this neighborhood is the Jing'an Temple, while the main artery of excitement and entertainment is West Nanjing Road. Close to the Former French Concession, the area has a similar draw for foreign residents but displays a more commercial character. Large, flashy malls, luxe residential high-rises and trendy nightlife areas can be found along West Nanjing Road, but areas off the busy street have the same
quiet cafes and independent boutiques that many people think of as distinctive of the Former French Concession. Jing'an is less encased in amber, though, and it's possible to immerse yourself more fully in the energy of China's most bustling metropolis here.