Crowne Plaza Hotel Lake Malaren
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Crowne Plaza Hotel Lake Malaren Shanghai
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... to find government approved, heavily censored reading selections but the store had all the current bestsellers as well as a couple of titles about the poor working conditions of Chinese factory workers. I know that politically there are numerous things that China does that Americans don’t agree with but I am telling you that so far it really isn’t all that bad over here, in fact it is rather nice and very much like home.
... first experience with the amazing chinese language (and folk). But we did it. So we began to discover the city and its magic.
Starting from People's Square, we found ourself starving, so we walked around the Huangpu district, but keeping an eye on all restaurant. We founded different small street markets and street food sellers that left us amazed from their cooking game.
We decided to follow the Lonely Planet tips and we try ...
... dodgy shop with the roller door down and they rolled it up for us when we entered. There were 3 women staff inside, then 2 big guys stepped in and rolled the doors down behind them. Sarah freaked out and wanted out straight away, they did roll the doors up for us though it was a very dodgy setup. I don't no what was about to happen but it didn't feel right. The shop ladies chased us put telling us to come back etc but we ...
... outside but I was happy to use it in the train between Shanghai and Kunming. I finally took it because it has a reduced size and weight and it can be conveniently used. - silk sleeping bag (very thin) - mosquito net: abslolutely a must as I will go to countries where malaria is still present. - medical kit with medication (headache, stomachake, vomitting, antibiotics, mosquito repellent) - emergency medical kit (desinfectant, scissors, bandages) - 6 pairs of socks - 3 ...
... a little hole in the wall place where the (I'm assuming) owner greeted us at the door. The menu is on one wall of the restaurant. Every dish is listed with a picture. So, the three of us pointed to the dishes we wanted, the owner nodded, and he yelled to the cook what to make up. Lindsey and I ordered some dinner dishes and Alex got a bowl of soup. My dish was noodles, beef, green beans, and green peppers in some sort of sauce. It was quite a large portion and also came with ...