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Hotel has good beds and bedding and hot showers. The location is ok for the price. The breakfasts are awful they cater more for Chinese tastes but all the food was cold. The staff did bring out additional yogurts and fried eggs for westerners. Beware...More
Stayed here for a week during tour. Had to switch rooms as the first was very smoky. Doors didn't seal into hallway so it was like having all smoke in every room combined. Was then moved to the 18th floor which was great as the...More
I stayed at this hotel for 2 nights as a part of a tour I took with my college. The lobby was nice and big and even if the hotel only has two elevators I never waited too long for one. But the kicker was...More
Not too sure about the location - had several taxis refuse to take me to it from the Bund area... eventually found one. There is an opaque glass wall between bathroom & room - kinda weird.
Room was okay for cleanliness. Breakfast was okay. The...More
The best thing about the Swan Hotel is the location. It is by the Honkou Soccer Stadium and right near the park with access to two subway lines, the 3 and the 8. The area around the hotel is the Sichuan Bei Luan shopping area...More
US$62 - US$145 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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History oozes out of every fiber of the city, but Hongkou is a particularly notable neighborhood. Shanghai was a safe haven for about 20,000 Jews during the Second World War, and traces of this heritage can still be found in buildings and park monuments. Historic foreign relations aside, this neighborhood throws you into traditional Shanghainese life without taking you too far away from the city center. Some of
the city’s best-preserved, ancient longtangs (laneway communities) and shikumen (Shanghainese lanehouses) are still in use as actual residences here. If you like to be surrounded by local faces, Hongkou is a great area to spend your time in. The football stadium, Duolun Lu and the North Bund area await should you need some entertainment.