Ratings based on 20 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.2 Room cleanliness
3.0 Service & staff
3.2 Room comfort
3.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from San Francisco
location location locationPosted Apr 8, 2009
nice hotel,clean room, and good service, best of all, location, take airport bus line 4 to final stop, walk 15 minute to hotel. close to subway line 3, 4, and 8. shops and restaurant all around the hotel. with this price, who can ask for anything more
Recommendedby A verified traveler from leeds
will go back againPosted Feb 2, 2009
Every thing was just fine,i really like it,but if there could be some one with speaking better English , that will be great.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Hong Kong
A place worth to stayPosted Jan 15, 2009
Recommendedby John from Los Angeles
Good value, convenient locationPosted Dec 17, 2008
Good place for a temporary or short stay, linen and sheets were clean, heating was in working order, room was big enough for two. Bathroom was clean if a bit dated but there was hot water and toiletries. Carpets were older and worn, though. Location is not central but convenient to take taxi to downtown Shanghai in Puxi. There are small eateries and some street food around, if you are up for it. For the price, it was a great value.
Recommendedby A verified traveler
Traveler's hotel in ShanghaiPosted Dec 13, 2008
The hotel was set up for Chinese rather than American appeal. The lobby and rooms are smaller and not fancy but they will suit the needs of any traveler. It is only 2 blocks from Dong Boaxing subway stop with a very short ride to the bund and Nanjin Rd. Floors of the room were a bit dirty but all fixtures and bedding was very clean. Would recommend if you want a safe, good location, cheap hotel but do not expect a Hilton
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Indonesia
Meet my expectationPosted Dec 6, 2008
It's a nice hotel with the budget rate. Clean and comfortable room. The receptionists can speak english well, which is very very helpful in China.
Recommendedby Raf from London
OK for the price for the budget roomPosted Dec 2, 2008
The general condition of the room and bathroom was no more than I would have expected - although I've had better for the price. The heating either did not work properly or it was just inadequate so was quite cold. As for location, it was fine - just a short taxi ride to the Bund and Nanjing Road costing around RMB 12-15. Five min walk to nearest Metro station by which you can get to more or less everywhere cheaply and reliably. Word of warning - none of the hotel staff speaks English so communication was very strained! Also, the hotel is right next a building site which has probably got about six months to completion and they start working at about 6am. Breakfast is limited to Chinese style, so no cereal, tea or coffee.
Recommendedby A verified traveler from Singapore
Save a few bucksPosted Nov 2, 2008
Travelled alone and booked this hotel. Hotel located along main street with shopping malls. It provides free internet and room has reasonable space and acceptable cleanliness. Only negative was the shower discharge outlet get choked and its tap water had odor smell due to rusty pipe. Called Room Service and technician responded reasonable fast. Not bad for a budget hotel as it comes with a daily simple breakfast.
by A verified traveler from london
DisappointedPosted Oct 2, 2008
The hotel staff just does not care about clients, hotel is so loud that you have to wake up at 7a.m and almost nobody can speak English
Recommendedby A verified traveler from houston
xcellent location.bed too small for couple.massage spa on 4th floor fantastic foot massages 1 hourPosted Sep 11, 2008