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Stayed at this hotel last week for 6 days while attending the CPHI in Shanghai.
This was my second stay at this hotel and I must say I was let down on various aspects during my this stay. To be fair to the hotel I...More
Stayed here for 2 nights in mid March. The room itself is ok and two free bottles of water are provided. Room is spacious and the internal layout is acceptable. However the electronic controls are separated into several control boards with different functions. It is...More
Hotel exceeded my expectation because of the low price I paid I was expecting it to look nothing like the photos. The rooms are massive, super spacious with wet bar, closet, office workspace & seating area. Everything is controlled electronically, including the black out shades....More
Bodi Boutique Hotel has done a great job on their website photoshopping their interior, upon arrival i was greeted by confused staff hardly able to communicate in english and the room i booked looked nothing alike what they have me. Pretty much run down and...More
This is a mid to small hotel aimed at mid level business travellers. For no reason should any person let alone a foreigner visit this place. The look is a cross between a brothel and a ganster's idea of classiness. I wouldnt be surprised if...More
Shanghai residents see Pudong’s suburbs as the place that grown-ups retreat to when they’re ready to settle down and stop living in the cramped confines of a refurbished lanehouse. The areas around Century Park are some of the most desirable as they are in close proximity to the Metro Lines, granting easy access to the heart of Puxi. The park itself is a huge draw, it’s one of Shanghai’s biggest and there are sports
fields tucked into one of its corners, but five-star hotels, museums and great malls make life in the Century Park area easy for the homesick foreigner. And if living in a Western bubble in China isn’t your thing, there is plenty of local flavor to be had in between the major development. Some of Lujiazui’s futurism can also be seen in buildings and sculptures throughout the neighborhood as well.