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Hyatt Centric Zhongshan Park Shanghai

Hyatt Centric Zhongshan Park Shanghai

Zhongshan Park Commercial Area Shanghai|1.21km from Chuangyi Hezhongchuang Creative Warehouse
Hyatt Centric Zhongshan Park Shanghai is ideally located in the heart of the bustling city on Dingxi Road, adjacent to the bustling Zhongshan Park business district and close to the Zhongshan Park and Yuyuan Road neighborhoods. Its location just a short walk from the Zhongshan Park Metro Station Metro Line 2 (direct to Shanghai Pudong International Airport, Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station), Metro Line 3 and Metro Line 4 (direct to Shanghai Railway Station) allows guests to reach the train station and the airport without any hassle.Inheriting Shanghai’s charm and inspired by British elegance, our 262 rooms, including 11 suites, are designed to make you feel at home away from home. The spacious interior creates an intimate setting as outside the windows, a view of the bustling city cheers you up while tranquil park scenery calms you down. Our vibrant spaces, upscale accessories and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi will guarantee you always stay conveniently connected. The room's modern and contemporary design is perfectly combined with the exquisite charm of old Shanghai. The open space, soothing environment, spacious sofa, Bluetooth stereo and Nespresso coffee maker make the stay as cozy as home.Inspired by the bistro concept, Scenario 1555 combines Shanghai’s modern culture and casual Western-style dining, featuring traditional dishes from Shanghai and surrounding regions with a selection of international cuisines, expertly crafted to satisfy your taste buds. A wide selection of drinks and delicacies delights you in the afternoon and, as sunset falls, sipping a classic cocktail infused with local elements while listening to live entertainment is pure indulgence.

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Gengduyuan Homestay
5/515 Reviews
Zhongshan Park Commercial Area
The room was clean, spacious and the environment was beautifully designed. The boss is very enthusiastic, fully self-check-in, and fully equipped. Overall I feel very satisfied. The only downside is that because it is a homestay, the mosquitoes in the Shanghai yard in summer are still quite powerful.
Orange Hotel (Shanghai Zhongshan Park, East China Normal University)
4.7/51305 Reviews
Zhongshan Park Commercial Area
Service was great! All hotel staff are very nice and accommodating. Within hotel is manageable for wheelchair accessibility, but the ramp outside would be way too steep to use a wheelchair. Room design was a little strange due to the open window of room into bathroom, but it has an easily lowerable curtain that makes it a non-issue. Breakfast has a wide variety of food from dim sum to freshly cooked noodle soup upon asking and plenty of other things as well, mostly Chinese breakfast options like congee and such, but also bread and jam as well.
Jinjiang Inn Select (Shanghai Changning)
4.4/5472 Reviews
Hongqiao District
A nicely situated hotel off Changning Road. The superior room was spacious, nicely decorated with comfortable beds. The only thing that disrupted our sleep was children running and up down the hallway screaming at 11pm. Once we informed the desk about this it was very quiet. The restaurant downstairs has a good range of dishes at reasonable prices. We didn’t try the breakfast at 32rmb each as the bakery around the corner had great coffee and pastries. The hotel stored our luggage for a few hours and we are pleased with the overall service of this hotel.
Pebble Motel (Shanghai Zhongshan Park Metro Station)
3.8/5267 Reviews
Hongqiao District
Holiday housing is very cheap, in the hotel is a very cost-effective store, the safety awareness is very high, the front desk lady is kind, see me inconvenient to help me carry my luggage, the location is very good, located in the center of Changning District, about 15 minutes from the subway station, Will come again next time if needed!
4.7/52 Reviews
Hongqiao District
✨ [First glance into the room] Good 🙋 [For the landlord, I want to say] Okay 💡 [Small surprise for me by the homestay] Good 📍 [For the convenience of the surroundings, I want to say] Good 🛏 [Housing facilities I must mention] No 🏖 [I have been to the attractions during my stay] Good
Naning Hotel
3/550 Reviews
Hongqiao District

Frequently Asked Questions

Shanghai Travel Guide

Unveiling the Enigmatic Charm of Shanghai: A Must-Experience Delight

Shanghai, a metropolis where old-world charm merges seamlessly with modern marvels, offers an array of unique experiences that are bound to captivate any visitor. Embark on a journey through time as you stroll along the historical Bund, where stunning colonial architecture stands tall against the backdrop of towering skyscrapers. Explore the enchanting Yuyuan Garden, a tranquil oasis amidst the bustling city, renowned for its classical Chinese design and serene atmosphere.

Encounter the vibrant pulse of Shanghai's nightlife as you wander through the neon-lit streets of Xintiandi, a trendy district brimming with stylish bars, restaurants, and boutiques housed in charming Shikumen-style buildings. Immerse yourself in the local culture by attending a captivating traditional Chinese opera performance at the Shanghai Grand Theatre, where ancient tales come to life on stage.

Convenient Locations for First-Time Visitors

The Bund: A picturesque waterfront area offering stunning views of the city skyline and iconic landmarks.

Nanjing Road: China's premier shopping street, lined with a plethora of stores, malls, and luxury boutiques.

Xintiandi: A trendy entertainment district with a blend of traditional Shikumen architecture and modern establishments.

Yu Garden: A peaceful retreat showcasing classical Chinese gardens, intricate pavilions, and charming tea houses.

Oriental Pearl Tower: An architectural marvel that provides unparalleled panoramas of Shanghai from its observation decks.

Tianzifang: A labyrinth of narrow alleyways bursting with quirky shops, art galleries, and cozy cafes.

Better to Know Before Visiting Shanghai

Before embarking on your Shanghai adventure, it's essential to keep a few things in mind. Firstly, obtaining a valid Chinese visa is necessary for most international visitors. Additionally, ensuring you have a reliable translation app or phrasebook can greatly facilitate communication with locals, as English proficiency may vary.

It's worth mentioning that carrying a small amount of Chinese currency (renminbi) in cash is advisable, as not all establishments accept international credit cards. Lastly, familiarize yourself with basic cultural customs, such as respecting personal space and removing your shoes when entering certain establishments.

Effortless Transportation in Shanghai

Shanghai boasts a well-connected transportation system that ensures hassle-free exploration of the city. Upon arrival at Shanghai Pudong International Airport, travelers can conveniently access the city center via the high-speed Maglev train or opt for a taxi service.

For those arriving by train, Shanghai Railway Station and Hongqiao Railway Station serve as major transportation hubs. The extensive metro network, spanning across the city, offers a cost-effective and efficient means of getting around, connecting popular attractions and neighborhoods. Additionally, abundant taxi services and ride-hailing apps provide convenient transportation options tailored to individual preferences.

Indulge in Shanghai's Culinary Delights and Dazzling Entertainment

Shanghai is a culinary paradise where food lovers can savor an array of delectable flavors. Delight your taste buds with the iconic xiaolongbao, steamed soup dumplings filled with savory goodness, or indulge in mouthwatering local dishes such as "lion's head" meatballs and "beggar's chicken."

After satiating your appetite, immerse yourself in Shanghai's vibrant nightlife scene. From trendy rooftop bars with awe-inspiring views to lively jazz clubs and traditional tea houses, Shanghai offers an abundance of entertainment options to suit every taste.

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