The Bund Riverside Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Bund Riverside Hotel Shanghai
Good location near the Metro station and pedestrian mall.
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The flights here made for a very long day, Three flights and wait times amounting to about 23 hours. Sam was a trooper but Louise and I had our doubts. We arrived safe however in our expensive but beautiful hotel in a great location in Shanghai's Bund district.
Yesterday (16.11) we went to the other side of the river by ferry. We both noticed how quiet this side of the river is.... a lot more families here on holiday. We went down to see the base of the Pearl tower. Carl was expecting it to be bigger, it is still very big considering its shape. Lots of people on tours here and we were not so bothered …
14/11/14 Yesterday was our first full day in Shanghai...what to do!? We had read some reviews about Nanjing Road so off we went, less than a 5 minute walk and it was bustling with tourists. People Square is also somewhere we wanted to see and is located at the end of Nanjing Road. People Square was lovely it was a large open space in the middle of …
Booked Taxi for 8 this morning to take us to the railway station however it didn't arrive, hotel sent a man to hunt one down for us. Lauren was worried because we were running later than she wanted.....(we had plenty of time!) Arrived at the station went through bag check and straight in front of us was our gate so we waited there to board. …
Today we went on a day trip out of Shanghai with a tour guide Vivian and driver Mr Tang. We drove about 1hr 30 out of Shanghai to Suzhou which is well known for its Gardens. We visited the Humble Administrators Garden and also the Master of The Nets Garden. Both of which are traditional chinese Gardens which are set up so as not to give a view ...