Posted Nov 7, 2014 on Hotels
Travel for business location stayed for 2-nights, wish there was more specs of the hotel given, it is on the out skirts of Shanghai, though there is subway near by it stops running after 10pm and nothing near by except Takashimaya and is a far cry from the Takashimaya in Japan, and food choices is limited and hotel buffet breakfast does not look fresh tried to find near by food court yard, but nothing stellar. I've stayed at better hotel, there should be some notice if rooms do not have window that faces outside, and only window facing into the lobby. I have asthma my choices was smoking rooms smells like an ash tray or non-smoking with no window to the outside, no air. I gave it a 3-rating because after the back and fourth Robert took it upon himself to upgrade us to a room with window, otherwise I would have gave it a 1-rating. It is an okay hotel if you wish to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city as there is a nice park to jog or leisure stroll. But make sure you ask for room with window facing the park or outside.