Crowne Plaza Shanghai Fudan
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... glowed: the buildings, the boats, the stars, even the tables on the top of this hotel. Many buildings like the Pearl have LEDs that change color, so the view is always reinventing itself. That's it. I was officially in love with Shanghai. Incredible. Absolutely beautiful.
When the need for sleep trumped our will to keep moving, we took the ferry home. We bought our tokens for thirty cents each, and we walked down the walled ramp to wait for ...
... schedule. China is currently 15 hours ahead of Pacific Daylight Time. Our plan worked fairly well…we all crashed right away once we got into bed….but we were up and wide awake at 4:00 AM. So, it should come as no surprise to learn that Del and Malia are both sound asleep as I write this. After getting up that early, they barely made it past 7:00 PM this evening before they fell asleep.
... to take you directly to your destination using the most efficient and low-cost route. There are great taxi cab drivers in Shanghai. Those that I would love to converse with and use for every trip. However, there are also deceitful ones. I have been rerouted or taken on a wild goose chase during more than one occasion, even after living in the city for 2.5 years. Try to have some idea, even if it is just a paper map or application on your phone. Also, ...
... sport of competition at its finest and I had started to enjoy the sport itself. Anyways, Zach decides to stay in class, but sick of sitting around and having set apart this part of my day for an intense workout a stress reliever, I continued on to practice by myself. I met up with some of our boat on the lake, but to our surprise this national children celebration is taken quite seriously in China. Meaning, that every child within Shanghai’s ...
... heavy wood tables, several brass carvings (including one of St. Ignatius), fantastic 1930s style lamps and chairs, and tons of really old books. I got the chance to peruse this room afterward – and many of the books are guides to China written by Westerners in the 1800s and early 1900s, everything from “How to Package, Ship, and Sell Oriental Wares”, to old phonebook type advertising booklets, to books on culture, to some of the first Chinese to ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCrowne Plaza Shanghai Fudan
Accommodations are excellent. Very quiet, nicely appointed rooms. Food an excellent blend of Western favorites sprinkled with enough local favors to make you feel a bit adventurous.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Crowne Plaza Shanghai Fudan
Review written by Liew Chin Beng. Singapore. Dec 6, 2006.
Just returned from a three-night stay in one of the property's Club Level rooms. It's a brand new hotel (opened in June 2006): all the facilities are spotless and shiny. However, unlike some other new hotels, this staff has already got its sea legs and was efficient and helpful throughout. I was particularly impressed with the staff of the Club Floor lounge who addressed us by name and remembered our individual smoking and drinks preferences. The manager of the Club lounge, Allan, was especially good at anticipating our needs, delivering a SIM card for my cell phone and directing us to the better shopping areas in town.
Best Quality Price in Asia
I was here in November on business. The hotel is magnificiant, modern and some areas are breathtaking. My father travels for business around the world in 5 star hotels like the intercontinental in Paris and said that this hotel is in his top 5 of all time and for the price, it is truly a real steal. The breakfast is fantastic, and believe me we are very picky eaters. Let me talk about the 2 little downsides of this hotel, it is 20 minutes from downtown in taxi and it is not in a very nice area to go for a walk. But the taxi only costs 4 bucks US. So not a big deal. Basically you will pay 250US$++ for the same hotel downtown Shanghai and 400US$++ in Paris.
Uno de los mejores hoteles en los que me he alojado
No tengo palabras para elogiar este sitio... una experiencia increíble. Lo recomiendo encarecidamente. La única pega es que no es muy céntrico.
¡Alojaos en él!
One of the nicest hotels I have ever stayed in
Can't say enough about this place... awesome experience. Highly recommend it. Only downside, it is not in the very center of town.
This hotel is a pleasant place to stay for a weary traveller. Apart from soft comfortable beds, the hotel provides Aigner bath products.
First Class All the Way
This really is a 5 Star place, unlike many Chinese hotels that make such a claim. The rooms are big, the beds are very comfortable, the artwork is beautiful, the bathrooms are big and well equiped, there is a comfortable chair with an ottoman, the TV gets six or seven English language stations, and the buffet restaurant is to die for. We stayed there on a tour package and would go back in a heartbeat. This hotel seems to be affiliated with Fudan University (just across the street) as the University Logo is prominently displayed on the side of the hotel.
This is a beautiful hotel on the outskirts of Shanghai. Its a good 20 minute taxi ride to the Bund however it only costs 30 RMB. We paid only 900 RMB for a King Room with breakfast. The room was huge, spotlessly clean and beautifully furnished. The leisure area is amazing with a fabulous pool. The breakfast was buffet style and had a great range of food available.
This is a great hotel with wonderful decor. The place just opened about a month ago and their staff is eager to please. The hotel lobby is smaller by many 4 star hotel standards, but the room and bathroom is absolutely a 5 star quality. We had a group of 32 people and all of us just loved the place. It is modern, sleek and tasteful. We also love the pool. Everything is done right. The hotel is just lovely.
We stayed at this hotel from Aug 6-10, 2006, and it was GREAT! There was a mix-up with our room, we were expecting an adjoining room, and found out that they didn't have any. We were in a 1BR suite, and an adjacent room on the Club floor. The rooms were very well appointed and comfortable (none of those hard beds you find in the rest of China). The buffet breakfast in the hotel was GREAT!! a HUGE selection of American and Asian food, with different items daily. Definitely the best breakfasts of our trip --- (WAY better than the Grand Hyatt in Beijing's).