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Stayed here for 4 nights on a recent business trip, set in lovely grounds the hotel although dated was clean and the rooms were comfortable
Didn't have breakfast mainly because they wanted to charge £10 which I thought was expensive for just a cup of...More
Nice hotel a little outside the city centre, next to Shanghai zoo. Metro line is wlaking distance and plenty of restaurant and entertainment walking distance as well. Close to Hongqiao airport. Clean and friendly. Staff undertands English and breakfast is nice.
Gym is stinky and moldy. Most of the machines are old and rusty. The aircon does not work. There are two thread mill which are squeaky. No cold water and towel.The swimming pool is olympic size decent towel and warm shower. You need to bring...More
Cypress Hotel is good enough for what it is intended and brief business stays as it is at a convenient location for HongQiao airport/train stations.
The hotel however is not geared however for international business travellers and is more focused on the local clients. It...More
Nice Business Hotel near Airport Hongqiao and high speed train station.
Clean and spacious rooms, however the furniture could be renewed once ...
There is a large pool in the hotel and you could even walk a little bit in the hotel garden.
$58 - $102 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Star rating provided by Expedia.
#350 Best Value Hotel in Shanghai
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West of Shanghai’s better-known business, cultural and entertainment centers, lies an expansive area of residential neighborhoods peppered with lifestyle pockets that have their own unique attractions. The schools have formed pockets of international communities throughout Gubei, Hongqiao and Minhang. Quite a few entertainment and shopping centers have built up over the years to cater to these communities.
While living here means you are relatively far away from Shanghai’s usual hot spots, the large parks, spacious homes and proximity to great Japanese and Korean food keep the neighborhoods popular.