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Good morning concierge, may I have an umbrella please as it’s poring. No hello, just deposit please...?? But I have no cash and I am staying here and can sign your voucher so that it is linked to my room. No cash only sorry!! Seriously?...More
Stayed here for 3 days and 2 nights and this is one hotel that sets the benchmark for bad service. We booked 4 rooms on the executive floor which is on the 24th floor. Rooms were good size and that was it. Hotel was quite...More
Very good hotel with nice and helpful hotel management (except at the lobby restaurant). It is located in a walking distance to a metro station with the main lines that can take you to any place in town.
Near JingAn temple (walking distance too), you...More
Rooms were in immaculate condition and service was to Japanese standards.
With nice restaurants and close to a Big Shopping complex and a close by Subway station. The Bathroom had a TV and full glass wall to outside with curtains.
Customer service is quite poor. Front desk is slow and not paying full attention to customer when serving customer. Cafeteria attendants not serve coffee or tea and collect used plates automatically. Cafeteria food are not replenished timely.
Room is still considered comfortable, but cleanliness level...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.