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What a delightful old restaurant! Apartment the building is over 100 years old and Dr Sun Zhong Shan lived there before, hence the name Le Sun Chine.
As always there is a surprise dish that I have never had before, even after spending 10 years...More
I have to give this hotel only an average rating because of the poor, almost non existent service. The historical house itself is quite charming, with beautiful interiors. The rooms are huge with massive showers and beds are comfortable. However, carpets are stained, wifi is...More
The room is confy, the location is not good. Service it is so so. I could not find 2 of the 5 stars the say they are. The bar close at 10pm, the beverage selection is poor. Honestly I would not recommend this hotel and...More
It is not close to subway stations or malls, so to get some decent food, I had to travel 15 minutes by taxi to Jingan area (Kerry mall). There are only 3 options for breakfast, each set cost 88RMB. I tried the continental and oriental...More
this place is hidden behind Xinghua hotel at the corner of Jiangsu Road & Huashan Road, not very easy to find. I was told that the building is already more than 100years old, while the hotel started about 5years ago. The interior decoration is simple...More
The residential and commercial areas around the beautiful grounds of Zhongshan Park have never been considered particularly fashionable by a majority of Shanghai’s foreign residents, but plenty of expats do choose to live here. The park itself is a huge draw, providing a pocket of serenity in the middle of the metropolis. The area has its share of trendy shops with wares that can’t be found elsewhere, delicious
restaurants with food ranging from fancy to affordable, and great hidden bars. Rents are also cheaper here than in other neighborhoods with the same conveniences. Aside from the obvious attractions, with its neighborhood fix-anything shops and pop-up street stalls that sell anything you need, you’ll never sacrifice Western comforts.