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Shanghai Parkview Court Service Apartment
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Reviewed January 15, 2012

This hotel is located right in the middle of Xuhui District in Shanghai, and just off the very busy Zhaojia Bang Road. However, the hotel is tucked away a little bit so that it does not face the main road (which I think helps with the noise). Di Jing Yuan is more of a "serviced apartment" (a building of suites in which they rent out and provide housekeeping) rather than a hotel proper. I think most of the people who stayed here ventured out to the city as the hotel itself does not have any sort of appeal or amenities to attract guests.

What this place has going for it is its central location, spacious accommodations, and reasonable pricing. Ideal for budget travelers who are not looking for any fancy, but affordable and roomy accommodations in a central location. The room amenities were nothing special but adequate. Bathroom with shower, a kitchenette in a separate room, a dining space and queen-sized bedroom. They advertised internet in the rooms (for free), but it is through an ethernet cable but since my computer only uses wireless we couldn't get it to work. They also advertise room service (food and massage) but it seemed questionable and also, there are many options for food just outside the hotel. The building and rooms look old but everything looks fairly clean. Close to many shops, shopping malls, and restaurants, as well as subway and bus stations.

My stay here was decent and it was convenient since it was close to where I needed to work. However, I would probably explore other options next time, especially somewhere with wireless internet.

Pros:
Central Location
Large Suites (Bathroom, dining room, kitchen, bedroom)
Clean
Affordable

Cons:
Old and Ugly
No-frills (service was unremarkable, neither bad nor good)
No-views (if that's what you're looking for, look elsewhere)
Limited Amenities

Conclusion:
Mid-sized, middle of the road, but affordable and spacious accommodations in a central location. You could do better but you could also do a lot worse.

  • Stayed: January 2012, traveled on business
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1  Thank traveljon96
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Reviewed July 9, 2008

Check my more positive review of the Di Jing Yuan.
Something wrong with the pictures of the rooms on this site, because the Di Jing Yuan has more modern IKEA furniture.
We got kitchen utensils for the month of our stay, no
problem. We also weren't bothered by noisy neighbors,
(but perhaps we were the noisy ones). Outside traffic noise until
10 pm was very noticeable. Yes, the bed was hard and the kitchen small, but most Chinese serviced apartments are like that. Sleep on top of the duvet and ask for another blanket for the top. The cleaning staff respected our order and made the bed the way we wanted.

The location was terrific, not just for the upscale stores, but for the shows and entertainment on the street every day, plus it was not far from the subway.

This hotel does have a pool, but it is an outdoor pool and is
closed by November.

When we returned to visit the hotel staff in 2007 their English was
much much better. I think that must be true in all the big cities in China this year.

  • Stayed: November 2006, traveled on business
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Thank zjemi
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Reviewed July 3, 2008

Friends in China found this serviced apartment. We paid about $2000 US for the month. It is in the center of Xujiahui, the IN place to live in Shanghai. Many PBS etc reports on modern China show a flash of this area in the beginning to illustrate the new economy. There is a park across the street with Sunday acapella groups that let you sing along, sculpture shows, Saturday concerts, and evening ballroom dancing. The rooms were spacious, very clean, modern, furnished in IKEA chic. The kitchen was modern, small by US standards, with microwave, fridge, stove, rice cooker, water dispenser. A washer/dryer was on the balcony. The bathroom was upscale, shower but no tub.

We loved the place, and the area. We stayed there in 2005 and 2006, and the only reason for not going back is so we can try someplace new. There were street shows, dancers, acrobats, singer, game contests, nearly every day, usually advertising some product. Food stores nearby, upscale shopping all around. The outdoor pool was closed in November but we joined the health club (Physical) in the Metrocity building with the big globe in front. Metrocity is where the subway is, a short walk from the hotel.

The area is less touristy than Nanjing Road, but we liked not being hassled as tourists. The English of the front desk is better each year. They let us try our Chinese, and helped us make theater reservations, etc. They didn't take credit cards, but let us stay the first night before we went to the Bank of China to change dollars to RMB. We didn't try the restaurant perhaps because there were so many good ones all around us, food courts, fancy tourist restaurants and dumpling hole-in-the-walls, all good.

Drawbacks: The streets are noisy and the windows are not soundproof enough. Still, the noise stops by 10 pm so it was amusing rather than annoying. Also they charge for internet use in the room, which is nickel and dimey to us, but it wasn't a lot of money.

  • Stayed: November 2006, traveled as a couple
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2  Thank zjemi
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Reviewed April 13, 2008

I stayed at the DiJingYuan apartments for two weeks in April. The room was a little cold (I couldn't figure out how to turn on the heaters, if there were any), but clean. The mattress was a lot harder than I'm used to, but I guess that's normal for China.

It was nice having a kitchen, and there is a washer/dryer combo thing out on the balcony for laundry. I found it a little weird that the kitchen doesn't have any dishware or utensils (not even chopsticks). You have to ask for everything at the front desk, and the cleaning staff kept taking it back the next day.

My room was pretty noisy - the walls are thin, and I could hear the people walking around upstairs all the time. There's also a lot of noise coming from the street (even on the 15th floor!)

One downside to the place was that the staff doesn't really speak English too well. Communicating was a bit hard at times (i.e. asking for dishware - I had to draw pictures :))

The best part of the hotel is its location. It's a couple of minutes from a large shopping area, including restaurants and a large food court. There's also a nice park across the street.

Avoid the restaurant on the 2nd floor -- the food was terrible! There are a lot of dining options in the area, and there's also a delivery service called Sherpa's that doesn't charge much. I used them a bunch of times when I didn't feel like going out.

  • Stayed: April 2008, traveled on business
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1  Thank zealot
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Reviewed March 24, 2014
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  • Stayed: January 2014, traveled on business
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