Hotels in Shanghai
Hotels in the centre of ShanghaiSee all
Jw Marriott Shanghai At Tomorrow Square
Shanghai 396 yd from city centre
Occupying the higher floors of Tomorrow Square beside People's Square, JW Marriott Hotel offers rooms with excellent views...
Jin Jiang Park
Shanghai 411 yd from city centre
Park situated in the heart of Shanghai, the hotel is located right beside the People's Square and the famous Nanjing Road...
Jin Jiang Pacific Hotel Shanghai
Shanghai 461 yd from city centre
Pacific is located in the heart of the city, close to the Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street and minutes' walk from the People...
The Yangtze Boutique Shanghai
Shanghai 470 yd from city centre
The Yangtze Boutique (Previous Langham) located in Shanghai's city centre and central business district, just steps from...
Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World
Shanghai 492 yd from city centre
Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World is located at the city center on Nanjing Road, adjoining the new SEGA World entertainment...
The Bund Hotel
Shanghai 534 yd from city centre
City centre Bus station - People Square - 0.7 km. Train station - Shanghai Railway Station - 5.0 km. Tube station - Middle...
Le Royal Meridien Shanghai
Shanghai 555 yd from city centre
Le Royal Meridien located famous Nanjing Road East, opposite the People's Square and overlooking the Grand Theater and Shanghai...
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.