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YUNIK E-sports Hotel (Shanghai Nanjing East Road Pedestrian Street Subway Station)
4.2/576 Reviews
People's Square Area
The newly renovated hotel in the old district of Shanghai likes this old Shanghai atmosphere very much. Downstairs is the restaurant and commercial street full of streets. The location is very good. Come again next time.
4.3/577 Reviews
People's Square Area
✨ [First glance into the room] The decoration design is very modern, simple and atmospheric, very comfortable. 🙋 [For the landlord, I want to say] It feels like returning home, very warm, the landlord is also very friendly, and received us very warmly. 💡 [Small surprise for me by the homestay] The furniture is well-equipped. The important thing is that there are projectors in both living rooms. Children watch cartoons, and adults can chase them! 📍 [For the convenience of the surroundings, I want to say] There is a subway downstairs, Nanjing East Road Pedestrian Street, and it is also very close to the Bund. It is very convenient to shop downstairs and eat. 🛏 [Housing facilities, I must mention] We are two combinations of families to play, and it is affordable. Everyone is very happy to play. The children also like it very much. The parents are also very happy. The landlord is also more responsible. Very patient and enthusiastic. Thank you. I have the opportunity to come back next summer vacation. 👍
Conrad Shanghai
4.3/54951 Reviews
People's Square Area
Had a small hiccup in our room but that was rectified quickly. Overall great location, room was great, service was great. Would choose Conrad on our next trip again!
Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World
4.5/54433 Reviews
People's Square Area
What we love - its central location, cleanliness, a lot of food choices during breakfast buffet, heated pool. We just had some concerns during booking and check in, it was not indicated that our room has no windows but the reception just gave us this room without windows. Due to winter, temperature control cannot be changed so it tends to be very warm.
Vienna Hotel (Shanghai Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street)
4.5/51493 Reviews
People's Square Area
It is very convenient. It is adjacent to the Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street. Every day, you can see the queue at the side door of the No. 1 Food Store to buy freshly baked butterfly pastries, and smell the aroma of baking cream cheese. Snack bars and snack towns can be found everywhere. It is a paradise for food lovers. Recommended!
Jinglai Hotel Light Luxury (Shanghai Bund Nanjing East Road Pedestrian Street)
4.7/52142 Reviews
People's Square Area
The location is a big plus as it is near metro and also the hotel is at Nanjing Road, People’s Square, close to The Bund and other places. My itinerary started around 2pm. I arrived Shanghai at 11am from Pudong Airport. > Nanjing Road > The Bund > Yu Yuan Garden > Shanghai Old Town Then went back to roam around. Found Cathedrals along the way (not sure of the names) > Around 7pm I joined the Tour Bus which is 40RMB for 40minutes and will take you to the other side where the Shanghai Tower and Oriental Pearl Tower located. You can see them upclose. The receptionist was helpful on my checked-out day as she helped me to call a taxi to my next destination. The only downside of this hotel is the cleanliness of the room and corridor. I found a hair on my bed, even inside the duvet. Under the table was so dusty. Toothpick at the corridor. Which I believe can improve next time. :) All in all. It’s a great hotel and great location.

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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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