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There is a free tour if u are there at the right hour.
The tour size is not controlled and only available in mandarin.
The rooms are not huge hence making it difficult to hear the tour guide.
Other than that, the tour and pretty informative.
Hengshan Road named after the Heng Mountain in Hunan was formerly the French Concession pre-war. This meant mansions, high-end residences most of which still dotted the street. Sadly, most of these have been converted into bars, restaurants and even bowling alley. A case in point in Xujiahui park is The former Pathé house, the HQ of the famous recording label...
As a place to visit, moderately interesting. There are tours daily. Be sure to get an English speaking tour. Unfortunately, there aren't many information signs, so you may have to ask. The tours take you into the old book stacks as well as the interesting European architecture.
But better, you can read newspapers from foreign communities of the early 1900s...
I visited already 4 different branches of Hatsune (2 in Beijing, 2 in Shanghai) and have to admit that I love their sushi so much. Also the Beef Teppanyaki is one of my favorites. Highly recommended if you a sushi lover.
The food and service were both great and we were lucky enough to have beautiful weather to sit outside. The presentation of the food was good looking and it was a nice location. The restaurant was also very well kept!
I used to go to Din Tai Fung and thought it was the best for the dumplings and they are indeed very good. But i was really shocked that they also propose fins shark soup. We all know that sharks are getting fished all around the world just for their fins. This is an ecological disaster and we should prevent...
We went as a group of 4, but it was not nearly enough for the amount of food we wanted to try. We ordered all their signature dishes and loved most of them, except for their famous pork belly (it was just too decadent for us). We'd definitely come back again!
Great hotel in Shanghai. Quiet with nice architecture and amazing courtyard. Breakfast served on top floor with nice view of the city. Not the ideal location, but also not too far from main attractions. A few good restaurants on the other side of the road. Worth to mention that it comes at certain price.
This is a good international hotel, with attentive and friendly staff who (of course!) speak faultless English. It was comfortable and clean (I won't mention what I removed from the plughole in the bath, though) although when I asked for the temperature to be adjusted from pretty cold to comfortably warm I was told that it was on its summer...
Stay there Evelyn time when I am in Shanghai. Why?
Clean and weil equipped rooms, small bathrooms Bit very clean and toilett from Villeroy with light and warming....nice.
Near to subway No.1 ..200m...4 stations to famous Nanjing road (shopping mile).
Only breakfast is pure Chinese ...no Western food, Not really a Müsli availble, slow waiters, Even for Serviette a Chinese...
My husband and I stayed here because this was the venue for a conference that we attended. We had no problems with the ambiance of our big, clean, quiet room. It had a large comfortable bed, a nice alcove working area, good storage, a TV with one English channel, a safe and bathrobes. The bathroom offered a tub and a...
We stayed there for a night just to get a feeling of the old Shanghai! The frond desk staff was very helpful and responded to our requests quickly. A set menu breakfast was OK for me but believe it won't satisfy everyone's taste-bud with no alternative menu. Overall a good stay.