Hotels in Shanghai
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Ascott Huai Hai Road Shanghai
Shanghai 866 yd from city centre
Location: in a prestigious commercial area, 500 m. from Xin Tian Di (with a myriad of restaurants, bars and boutiques), 1.5...
The Peninsula Shanghai
Shanghai 1.2 mi from city centre
Peninsula situated next to the famous Bund, the hotel is conveniently located in the city center of Shanghai. It is within...
The Puli Hotel And Spa
Shanghai 1.6 mi from city centre
It is an urban resort in the heart of Shanghai, sitting close to West Nanjing Road Commercial Area and Jing'an Temple. 1...
Shanghai 1.1 mi from city centre
Fairmont Peace ideally located at the very central of Shanghai and within walking distance to the Nanjing road, the city's...
Howard Johnson Plaza Waigaoqiao Shanghai
Shanghai 9.9 mi from city centre
The Howard Johnson Plaza Waigaoqiao Shanghai is a high-rank business hotel built in accordance with the international 5-star...
Jinjiang Inn Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street Hotel
Shanghai 168.5 mi from city centre
The 3-star Jinjiang Inn-Nanjing East Road Pedestrian Street offers comfort and convenience whether you're on business or...
Shanghai 6.9 mi from city centre
This hotel is conveniently located at Bi Bo Road in Zhangjiang Hi-tech Park of Shanghai. It is right next to the Zhangjiang...
Tourism in Shanghai
If you want to get a real sense of the changes China has experienced in recent decades, all you have to do is visit Shanghai. This megalopolis with more than 3,000 skyscrapers is a paradise of shopping, the latest technology and incredible views from endless buildings.
To really get to know the city, we recommend choosing a hotel that’s centrally located. There are thousands of options when it comes to hotels in Shanghai, so you can easily find one that suits your needs. You can begin your tour with a little cruise down the Huangpu River, which will give you a good perspective of the city. The skyscrapers of the Pudong district, where you can become acquainted with some of the city’s architectural marvels, will transport you to the future.
The shops are one of the genuine wonders of the city, so anyone who loves shopping and the latest trends will feel right at home. The major shopping streets are Nanjing Road, Huaihai Road, North Sichuan Road and Tibet Road. If you still have energy left by nightfall, Shanghai is a city that never sleeps. Whether you decide to visit the acrobatic theatre (with shows every night), a karaoke bar or the Peace Hotel, where you can enjoy a jazz concert, you’ll have no shortage of things to do.