Crowne Plaza Hotel Lake Malaren
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... The crowd gathered around us, and I had a flashback to that bus stop in Germany where we were the first in line but last on the bus after a Chinese crowd aggressively elbowed us to the back of the line. Our goal was to get on the top deck in the open back area for the best pictures, but this was going to require some strategy. Mary Ann and I were scheming how to navigate the crowd. We would have to make an aggressive run for it while throwing up a few ...
... and had the "best" dumplings. The real dumplings are originally from Shanghai. There were long snakey queue for the takeaway. With only 30 mins left for the last bus back to the place I wanted to get off, I decided to go in the restaurant where they just serve straightaway. Bit pricey (for Australians its still cheap). When I had dumplings in front of me, I asked for the dipping sauce. They pointed at the kettle. I was puzzled and looked around to ...
... at the Holiday Inn Vista Hotel and will be returning there for the last few days of our trip when we come back to Shanghai. They had the coolest weather monitors on each floor; One look told you if you should go back and grab an umbrella or not. The breakfast buffet was fabulous, plenty of Asian and Western style fixings and less than $8 per person. Dumplings, spring rolls, sticky rice and baked ...
... because we actually don't even get our first real paycheck until October 20th (LONG story). We had to get an advance on our checks and we need it to last for a few more weeks so we are trying to be mindful of that. Also, like I said before, during Chinese National Holidays, EVERYONE is on vacation and they flock to the touristy spots. So, we've been staying pretty close to home as much as possible. Last Saturday was one of the other teacher's birthday (Alex). ...
... Chinese words you know or awareness you have about the situation will intimidate the driver and keep him or her on course. Remember to be polite, yet assertive.
Remember that part of what makes the language so difficult, is the number of tones used in verbal communication. Therefore, try your best to have the address of your destination written in Chinese characters. My warning is not intended to offend, but to inform. From personal experience, ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
More great choices in Shanghai
Search for more deals in Shanghai
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations