Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsCourtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
TripAdvisor Reviews Courtyard By Marriott Shanghai Xujiahui
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... this country and they are on sale here'. First the vegetables, which were all very fresh looking and at last I was with someone who could explain what everything was. Much of what was there you can certainly get in the UK though I have never seen lotus root or possibly stem. There was also young ginger root as well as the older roots we eat. In the fish section were small and large fish, all live in aerated water, eels, many types of snail and frogs. The ...
... on the few that I have skated in the past, but my friend says it is the biggest one that she has been to in Shanghai. It was a lot of fun. Included in the rental here is a pair of socks, a pair of gloves, knee and elbow pads. They have lockers too that you have to put in 1 RMB to use, however, unlike in the US, when you come back and get your stuff, they give you back the 1RMB! I am definitely over the hostel here. The AC has now twice started ...
... we thought we had gotten lost--on a train!
What happened was, there was a station where the whole train turns around and goes back the way it came. We were too tired to listen to the station stops and kind of zoned out. There were no light up maps like in Shenzhen, so you really had to listen hard. About 3 stations into the turn around, we realized what happened and had to jump off to get on ...
... Liangzhu people. Jade pieces were also stitched on the funerary face covering cloth.
It was only after a social change that jade began to be used as ornamental pieces. The Hindustan octagonal jade box inlaid with gems dates back to 1736-1795 AD from the Qing Dynasty.
Next, I moved on to the furniture and clothing displays. In 1960, a group of wooden figurines and a set of ...
... up an entire floor of a mall, we headed on our way through the shopping district of Shanghai. It was raining outside, a hard drizzle, and we headed toward a Haagen Dazs cafe that Lillian was excited to try. Now, we try to avoid doing things here in China that we can do in the US, but this Haagen Dazs was much, much fancier than anything I've seen in the states. In fact, it was so fancy that both Lillian and I felt very uncomfortable being ...