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Love the contemporary design of the interior, from the lobby to the staircase and rooms. The intentional rawness of the concrete and brick walls makes the space so unique and dynamic. Our room layout was very spacious with minimal furniture, and loved how the bed...More
Interesting hotel, particularly comfortable. Uniquely decorated, each room type offers a coffee machine, a minibar, a refrigerator, a seating area with a sofa, an in-room safe, a flat-screen cable TV, an iPod docking station and ironing facilities. The attached bathroom has bath or shower facilities....More
I loved this hotel! But, to be honest, I don't like chain hotels so anything that is unique and out of the ordinary has a great chance for a good review from me! The area is growing and, I suspect, will be insanely popular in...More
First the good stuff: I slept really well, I had a good evening meal, WIFI worked. Breakfast was OK, but they only offer instant coffee which is crazy. I did get a fresh coffee and was told I would have to pay for it. For...More
if you like the Boutiqish type of hotel , it’s really a very nice hotel
the room I got was # 11 , it had 2 balcony's nice space very clean and comfortable
overall a really nice hotel
across from the hotel is the Docks...More
This waterfront area below the most famous section of the Huangpu River has undergone multiple phases of development that started when the Waterhouse Hotel opened its doors. Though it’s been slower to catch on than people expected, every year something new and exciting opens up and gives people a reason to keep calling the South Bund the "Next Big Thing." There are a couple of landmark hotels and restaurants of
excellent quality that serve as anchors, and multiple annual events such as beer festivals, art and fashion fairs and music shows take advantage of the wide spaces, waterfront location and the tiny man-made beach to host huge crowds of people. Wandering about the newness, one can stumble upon authentic Chinese life in the stone gates of people’s residences or the street markets.