Finding an ideal family-friendly apartment hotel in Shanghai does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Green Court Serviced Apartment, a nice option for travellers like you.
Nearby landmarks such as Old Town (Nanshi) (2.2 km) and Oriental Pearl Tower (Dongfang Mingzhu) (2.5 km) make Citadines Apart Hotel a great place to stay when visiting Shanghai.
Citadines Apart Hotel offers guests an array of room amenities including a flat screen TV and a kitchenette, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available.
The apartment hotel offers a concierge, to make your visit even more pleasant. The property also features a fitness center and a restaurant.
While you’re here, be sure to check out some of the Spanish restaurants, including El Willy, RAW Eatery And Wood Grill, and The Commune Social, all of which are a short distance from Citadines Jinqiao Shanghai Hotel.
Plus, during your trip, don’t forget to check out some of the popular monuments and statues, such as Jade Buddha Temple, The Bund City Sculptures, and Huangpu Park.
Green Court Serviced Apartment looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Shanghai.
Green Court Residence City Center Hotel is in gist, a decent hotel that is value for money. The receptionist staff are generally friendly and possessing good attitude in serving. Our room is adequately spaced and tidy, with clean and comfortable beds, spotless bathroom, and a small kitchenette. They do dispense free slippers, toiletries, and 2 bottles of free water (each day). This hotel does all the in-house travel research in a thick and comprehensive guide book placed on our table (even though we don’t need it). It contains the telephone numbers and locations of various travel attractions, temples, restaurants, museums, and even hospitals (in case of emergency). Our room was cleaned, and bed sheets changed and tidied on a daily basis. There is hot shower available 24/7 too. Though there is a TV set airing free programs to watch, we were slightly disappointed that there wasn’t Chinese period drama shows during our stay for entertainment, unlike our previous trip in other countries. However, I was glad there is TV5 Mode (French channel) installed to learn French. Moreover, we were pleased that we were able to deposit our delivered goods via this hotel, such as our online purchased theater ticket, tailored clothes, and spectacles. We stayed in this hotel for 10 nights and we were given 10 free breakfast vouchers for each day for 1 person. As there were 2 of us, we decided to alternate our dined-in breakfast day to eat 5 breakfast meal for 2 persons, an advice given by the receptionist to avoid additional payment. On our first dined-in breakfast, we personally felt that the range of food was barely adequate for vegetarian. I mainly indulged in toasted bread with butter, fruits, available finger food and eating plain soup noodles. The breakfast might be slightly luxurious for those who are non-vegetarians. Nevertheless, the restaurant was spacious and well-decorated to induce a feeling of comfort and deluxe. This hotel has tight security in place, as outsiders are strictly not allowed to access any visitors’ floor. Even guest who paid for the stay could only access his/her own designated floor and gym level, and no other levels using the given hotel room cum lift card, which has access restriction feature. This hotel is located within 15-minute walk from People’s Square train station and opposite Marriott Hotel. There is a MacDonald nearby, and it is surrounded by many other high-end hotels. The two nearest vegetarian restaurants are Godly Vegetarian restaurant of different branches (Huanghelu AND Nanjing West Road branch) and is within 15-minute and 25-minute walk respectively. The general décor of this hotel is quite impressive for the price we paid, and there is a soft scent of perfume upon entering the entrance door. The paintings outside the lift are very colourful and beautiful while the wall mural outside our room is interesting – human with dog head as the subject. On our last day of check-out, we were allowed to deposit our luggage in a room, and to book the return pick-up car to airport with Marriott hotel (as Green Court Hotel does not offer this service). This suggestion was told by a security guard of Green Court Hotel, and was followed by most of the guests. All in all, we have decided to certainly return to this hotel in our future trip to Shanghai again, provided there isn’t any huge price hike.…
A Excellant place to stay if you can get it on special like we did which was about US $115 a night for a two bedroom, 67 sq room, breakfast for 3 for 3 nights over new years eve. Be warned that you can pay a lot more if you dont book in advance on special. Its right near the centre of Shanghai with a short walk to Nanjing road, everything you could want. EXCELLANT.
Excellent location- A 10 minute walk to People Square Metro stop with 3 lines connections. Lots of good restaurants nearby. Our studio unit is clean with a kitchenette facility, comfortable bed, good wifi, and a safety deposit box. Good variety buffet breakfast included in the reasonable room rate and staff worked hard to replenish food and tidying up.
Very close to East Nanjing Road and metro. Walking distance to People's Square and Shanghai Museum. Loved the kitchenette, washing machine and dryer. As a muslim, we prefer to heat up or cooked instant food. Location is just next to JW Marriot. Receptionist able to speak English. My children loved this place and it is highly recommended hotel if you visit Shanghai.
We stayed at Green Court Residence City Center Shanghai during our visit to China in early December. As what many others in TripAdvisor have already mentioned before, the main reason why we chose to stay in this hotel is mainly for its location to People's Square Metro Station and nearby attractions, such as the Nanjing Road Shopping Street. These are within about 5 to 10 minutes of a walk from the hotel. Our hotel room was very clean with the usual stuff such as bathroom slippers, bathing essentials and bottled drinking water provided. The room itself is quite spacious with a small kitchen and was located on the middle floors of the hotel. The toilet bowl was quite an advanced one with many buttons at the side, like those we had seen in Taiwan or South Korea. We were fortunate to have a room window with decent views of the nearby surroundings. Wi-Fi is provided, but we did not use it as we would not able to access sites such as Facebook, Instagram etc due to the Great Firewall of China. There are a fair bit of TV channels to watch, such as the usual BBC and CNN, but the majority of them are Mainland Chinese channels in Mandarin language. The hotel does provide breakfast, but we only got to try it three times due to our schedule. I would say that the food wise is catered more towards the Asian palate, so Westerners or those looking for Western food might not like the food a lot. In any case, there are nearby food options if one does not like the hotel breakfast, such as Mcdonalds and plenty at Nanjing Road Shopping Street. The service from the hotel staff was okay, I guess. I wouldn't say that it was excellent or so, but definitely not terrible either. Perhaps it was because that we were able to speak Mandarin so communication was not really an issue. It seems that the hotel is particularly popular with travelers from Asia as we encountered some from Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines for instance, along with occasional Westerner. The only drawback I find is that somehow many taxi drivers do not seem to know the hotel's location and often we have to show them the full Mandarin name of the hotel, so sometimes they have difficulty coming to the hotel.…