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I would not recommend this hotel!
The rooms are without windows (which is normal for china), however, the lock on the door was useless, the room was dirty and smelled. The worst part of it was the bedsheets though, my bedsheet had blood on it...More
This hotel is awful! We checked in and checked out an hour later. The room smelt and was dirty. There were hairs on the bed, dirt on the towels and the bathroom was horrible. The first girl at the front desk was less than helpful...More
I'm ranking this hotel 2/5 instead of 1/5 (as I should have done) just because the personnel at the reception was kind.
We specifically asked during the booking process for a room with windows and we got a room without any window. No way to...More
US$40 - US$45 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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The refurbishment of a block of old shikumen into a carless entertainment center called Xintiandi, filled with restaurants, shops and bars, turned this area below South Huangpi Road into one of Shanghai’s most fashionable areas. Luxe condos house people who can afford the high-end brands that fill the malls and shops along Madang Road. The pleasant Taipinghu Park provides the area with green space and is also home to
Shanghai Fashion Week twice a year. It’s not all glitter and glamour, though, as the rise of Danshui Road has given the Xintiandi area a shot of toned-down character. Small bars and cafes, mostly owned by locals, have people hanging out in a formerly quiet, unassuming part of the neighborhood.