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My son really likes film and editing videos and our whole family enjoys movies, so we decided to check out the Shanghai Film Museum. We were glad we did, it's a very well done museum.
It's a rather large museum and has extensive displays that show a huge variety of aspects of the film industry. There are photos and info...
Went to the ticket office to try and purchase tickets to Sunday’s (27/10/19) game. Was told that the whole entire stadium was sold out by a very rude woman working behind the counter (strange when we consider their average home attendance is around 20,000 in a 56,000 capacity stadium) however I was pointed in the direction of a ticket tout...
This place is bravo for those who are seeking electronic vedio games. With most latest VR devices, Oculus rift S, HTC VIVE Pro and Index Valve. Over 60 games to choose, you and your friend can play in sound-proof individual rooms. Staff can speak fluent English which is very helpful. Price is reasonable.
A must-go place for people who seeking...
Beer was average. Food was at less than average. But what was really disappointing was the server shoving a bill in my face half way through my meal as I was eating, demanding we pay as his shift was finishing.
Wouldn’t bother with this place at all.
"Good food - a little noisy but nice place to visit and entertain"
reviewed March 3, 2016 by stanstlee
Good Xinjiang food offering, Try the mix-plater for two, you get a try out a combination of their menu offering. In the evening, there is "belly" dancing show. Nice environment, to entertain, but the place is a little noisy. There is always a crowd.
This is the local interpretation of a dive - an inexpensive place with a lot of options. It is a primarily Cantonese tea house with many small dish options. Good place to fill your stomach. Many locations throughout the city.
Nice place to grab a snack, either by ordering or taking from a big choice of bread, hotdog, pizza, cake, etc... Cashier understands English. The open view to the kitchen and ovens also looks good (and clean).
Nothing flash but clean room and bathroom. Excellent bed. Mostly it is quiet in the night and I got a great sleep. The breakfast buffet is basic but decent enough. Very close to my office and excellent value for money.
The Regal is actually incorporated into one of the stands of the Shanghai Stadium. It's of an excellent standard with good-sized rooms and large public spaces at the front.
Facilities include a gym and swimming pool and a business centre. Free wi-fi in the rooms was reasonably stable but of course due to Chinese restrictions on the accessibility of certain...
I chose the Asset Hotel based on the look of the pictures found here and other booking sites. I checked in on a Friday evening from the airport (NOTE: DON'T ACCEPT TAXI RIDES FROM THE PEOPLE HANGING AROUND THE ARRIVALS AREA! RIP OFF!). Those photos are dated and deceptive. The room assigned to me was dirty, dingy and lacking the...
Quite cheap especially if you are a "Jinjiang inn member". It's a typical jinjiang inn. Reliable, clean and cheap. No frills. Don't expect more than the basics.
There was no safe in our room and we stayed in the Business Room A.
I would more highly recommend the Asset Hotel about 1 block from here as it's slightly better value...
"Average Hotel with room rent matching good Hotels"
reviewed April 22, 2013 by RavinderSingh25
In Shanghai you can get much better hotels at same price. Rooms are small and bathrooms are not as clean as should be. The only advantage is that Hotel is near Dong'an Road Metro station and you can walk to Metro station in less than five minutes.I changed the Hotel after only one night stay.