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Pullman Shanghai Jing An
4.7/56951 Reviews

Pullman Shanghai Jing An

Train Station Area Shanghai|0.3km from Shanghai Railway Station

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Great location walking distance from Shanghai railway station. Got there a few hours early but hotel allowed us to leave luggage there whilst we went for lunch. Lovely hotel, staff, breakfast etc.. Only downside is that the pool is 6th floor in next building so you have to come down, go past reception and lobby and take lift to the 6th floor there. The small jacuzzi was not available when we wanted to use it as it was safer with our 3 year old so had to go into the main pool but we felt like we were getting in the way as others were using it to do their length swimming. Also, to get to the pool you have to climb up some stairs and at the bottom what looks like a rubber grip flooring was full of cold water but it was clear so when i stepped into it with cloth sandals that the hotel gave us in the room, they got soaking wet and the water was freezing cold. There should be a sign there to say there is a pool of water (see picture attached) Other downside in the room is that the lighting system is very confusing - we had an executive suite and wanted to put our infant to sleep in the main room whilst we relaxed in the living room but if you wanted the lighting on in the living area you had to go to the bedroom to turn it on and the lights next to the front door were also confusing as there was no option to turn on the lights in the lounge area and if there was, it wasn’t stated hence why we say it was all very confusing.

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Magnolia Hotel (Shanghai Railway Station South Square)
4.3/5614 Reviews
Train Station Area
Hygiene: clean, fully equipped Service: Attentive, arrived earlier than the reservation time, due to the availability problem, the room was upgraded for free! At the same time, breakfast is provided, and there is no additional fee for bringing children to eat, which is much better than other cities. Environment: The location is just opposite the train station. Cross the road to the hotel, and you can see the big screen information at the station when you open the window. It is more convenient to change trains, subways, and buses to famous tourist spots.
Stars 99 Motel
3.1/5148 Reviews
Train Station Area
The room is clean, the front desk near the train station is good, the e-sports room experience is satisfactory, and I will stay here next time. Thank you very much [holding fist]
Park Inn by Radisson Shanghai Downtown
4.2/5428 Reviews
Train Station Area
Just opposite to the main shanghai Railway station. Hotel is situated at near to the metro station. Rooms are clean.. Staff is very supportive and very polite. Services are very good. They even take care of your small small things. Cab service for the airport si also available at very reasonable price.
Net Fish Esports Hotel (Shanghai Railway Station Hotel)
4.8/5693 Reviews
Train Station Area
The room is clean, there is no smell, the facilities are complete, the computer peripherals are clean, the configuration is high, the game is not stuck, the network speed is fast, the monitor is also high-brush, very satisfied. This time is a business trip. The room is equipped with a high-configuration game computer to facilitate my work overtime. This is also an important reason for choosing an e-sports hotel. The price is affordable, more than other hotels, and the price is not more expensive than others.
Pullman Shanghai Jing An
4.7/56951 Reviews
Train Station Area
Great location walking distance from Shanghai railway station. Got there a few hours early but hotel allowed us to leave luggage there whilst we went for lunch. Lovely hotel, staff, breakfast etc.. Only downside is that the pool is 6th floor in next building so you have to come down, go past reception and lobby and take lift to the 6th floor there. The small jacuzzi was not available when we wanted to use it as it was safer with our 3 year old so had to go into the main pool but we felt like we were getting in the way as others were using it to do their length swimming. Also, to get to the pool you have to climb up some stairs and at the bottom what looks like a rubber grip flooring was full of cold water but it was clear so when i stepped into it with cloth sandals that the hotel gave us in the room, they got soaking wet and the water was freezing cold. There should be a sign there to say there is a pool of water (see picture attached) Other downside in the room is that the lighting system is very confusing - we had an executive suite and wanted to put our infant to sleep in the main room whilst we relaxed in the living room but if you wanted the lighting on in the living area you had to go to the bedroom to turn it on and the lights next to the front door were also confusing as there was no option to turn on the lights in the lounge area and if there was, it wasn’t stated hence why we say it was all very confusing.
Man Xin Hotel (Shanghai Jing'an)
4.8/52371 Reviews
Train Station Area
My experience was good, the services were OK although at the reception the employees didn’t look so welcoming. Maybe they just had a bad day but at least they got the job done. If I needed anything it was sent to me the facilities were OK although the ***** she smelled is if someone had been sleeping in them or did not get changed before we checked in, so they were not very fresh and the toilet floor was quite dusty and dirt particles were visible, but the overall room was OK it’s quite small but comfortable and had a bit of a off smell that wasn’t pleasant but not overwhelming. The reception/dining area is very beautiful and well decorated and I will definitely come back next time but I hope the sheets will smell better.

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