Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
It is a holiday weekend in China and normally Bettina and I would be using this time to explore more of China or Asia. However, as fortune would have it our residence permits need to be renewed in a very specific and narrow window of time and therefore we are without passports, and essentially unable to travel too far. Mind you, being forced to spend time exploring Shanghai is hardly a problem. Especially in the very brief spring ...
I read later that the pollution index made it up to 690 (WTF?) at it's worst. The gas storm lasted 5 full days, and everyday I saw many people ignoring the obvious problem. Apartment windows remain open. Small stores and shops had their doors propped open, despite the smog and the 45 degree temperatures. Kids still played outside. China is still China.
... hanging on hangers on the overhead electricity cables … so dangerous … but apparently the clothes are carefully placed there with the aid of bamboo poles - such a relief – NOT !!
And in the midst of this more simple way of life was a supermarket – Tesco - so in we went looking for cool drinks while some looked for beer or wine. I bought a bottle of water for 1.80 Yuan – around 30 cents – and when I opened ...
... not much to do when it’s pouring like that, so I just hung out for most of the day. I went out to buy a pair of trousers in the city, because I only have one pair, and they are zip-offs. I figured if I was going out with some people tonight I should have a real pair of pants on. Also, it’s getting noticeably colder the further north I go (duh!), so I’m noticing the need for warmer ...
... really could not tell how high up we were. But the fear will be there soon as we are now determined to wait for a clear sky and get over to the World Financial Center.
After the Pearl Tower we were given a task, we were to go to Wal-Mart and each of the kids were to find five things that they would buy in the US and take note of the price to compare when we were home. This was a super fun assignment as we ran around the store looking for ...