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Broadway Mansions Hotel, the former “brain of all Japanese control in Shanghai” (wikipedia) during the Japanese Occupation of ShangHai is suffering under dilettantish management and shoddy service now.
The hotel location is just across a river from the Bund and a few minutes walk to Nanjing Road. Stayed there for 3 nights for 2 persons on a business trip. Our room was great and clean with a great view to the Bund. Quite...More
Stayed at the Broadway Mansion Shanghai for 2 nights. Here on business so didn't use a lot of their facilities.
The hotel was built in 1934 and has a long history.
It's nice staying by the Bund as it good to be able to go...More
A nine night stay.
The room was lovely; extremely clean and very comfortable bed; blackout curtains. We were on the 15th floor -- non smoking -- and had two balconies. (Our other room, for family members, was likewise on the 15th floor, but no balconies...More
Very cool Art Deco era hotel. Convenient location. Close to the Bund and Nanjing West Rd shopping. The earlier you book the better the rates. Book early and get a room with an expansive Bund and cross river view.
The hotels renovated rooms are nice...More
$104 - $178 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#100 Best Value Hotel in Shanghai
#154 Luxury Hotel in Shanghai
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History oozes out of every fiber of the city, but Hongkou is a particularly notable neighborhood. Shanghai was a safe haven for about 20,000 Jews during the Second World War, and traces of this heritage can still be found in buildings and park monuments. Historic foreign relations aside, this neighborhood throws you into traditional Shanghainese life without taking you too far away from the city center. Some of
the city’s best-preserved, ancient longtangs (laneway communities) and shikumen (Shanghainese lanehouses) are still in use as actual residences here. If you like to be surrounded by local faces, Hongkou is a great area to spend your time in. The football stadium, Duolun Lu and the North Bund area await should you need some entertainment.