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Mingtown Etour Hostel has dramatically raised rates since the 2015 edition of Lonely Planet China. We showed up midweek in May 2016 expecting a dorm bed to be ¥50 and a double without/with bathroom to be ¥160/260. Actual rates are ¥90 for a dorm and...More
Stayed for a night in a female dorms, eventhough there is a problem on airconditioner, they fix it right away after I made a complaint. Nice, quiet and hidden place. The indoor interior looks creative with the small ponds. Place is clean and the area...More
Nice hidden place, quiet, away from the crowds. Good place for lunch/diner/drinks.
Nice terrace, nice indoor place. Feels a bit like home.
Had some very good sandwiches too for nice prices, also some foreign beer chaoice and Illy coffee !
Stayed in here for four of five nights I had booked because I just had to leave. Nice common space with a pool table and good food from the restaurant. The rooms were very cramped and not cleaned out well during guest turnover. It was...More
After I had paid online for a booking here a few weeks before arriving (my bank details prove this) I arrived only to be told my booking did not exist. I then tried to show them my confirmation e-mail, however my e-mail was blocked in...More
US$15 - US$32 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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People’s Square brings with it all the excitement you would expect from the town square of one of the biggest cities in the world. The area around People’s Square and People’s Park is always a abuzz with activity. Oceans of local and foreign tourists flow in and out of the area every day to see grand museums, go shopping and eat at some of Shanghai’s most storied food centers. Shanghai residents, meanwhile, live and
work in the many residential and office high-rises. While much of Shanghai stays busy late into the night, this really is an area that never sleeps with glitzy nightclubs keeping people up until the wee hours of the morning.
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I'm sorry, I lived there for seven months, and somehow I don't remember whether it's 11:00pm or 1:00am, but it's somewhere in that window. After hours, there's a security guard who sleeps at the desk (always one of several... More
I'm sorry, I lived there for seven months, and somehow I don't remember whether it's 11:00pm or 1:00am, but it's somewhere in that window. After hours, there's a security guard who sleeps at the desk (always one of several males), but he doesn't speak English, and the hostel staff have told me that one of the night guards (if not more than one of them) doesn't even speak particularly proper Mandarin. You can come and go at the hostel at any hour, as the guard is always there to let you in, but check-in is computerized and involves registering your passport data with the local police, so you'd want to arrive on at least that first night prior to the evening hours. Try calling them to ask what to do about late-night arrivals; most of the front desk staff speak reasonably good English. Good luck!
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"It has a school near by. Try to avoid be so close if you wanna sleep the hole morning."