Grand Central Hotel Shanghai

Address: No.505 Jiujiang Road, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200001, China | 1 star hotel
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This 1 star hotel, located in the E.Nanjing Road area of Shanghai, is near Shanghai Silk Museum, Zhonggong Yidahuizhi, Eric Moller's House, and Old City Wall at Dajing Road (Dajing Ge).
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          • Swimming pool
          • Restaurant
          • Fitness/Health center


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Wheelchair accessibility


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          • Room service
          • Business Services

          TravelPod Member ReviewsGrand Central Hotel Shanghai

          Reviewed by mackin

          Great stay

          Reviewed Sep 28, 2016
          by (5 reviews) , Australia Flag of Australia

          Lovely place

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          Reviewed by jas20j

          Lovely place to stay

          Reviewed Jun 24, 2015
          by (14 reviews) Port Macquarie , Australia Flag of Australia

          The hotel is five star and has 353 rooms and a comprehensive range of luxurious amenities.

          This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

          TripAdvisor Reviews Grand Central Hotel Shanghai

          4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

          Travel Blogs from Shanghai

          Shanghai Babies Home

          A travel blog entry by mackin on Sep 29, 2016

          15 photos

          Today we took a taxi ride to Shanghai paediatric hospital and Shanghai babies home. The hospital was very busy. It is the only paediatric hospital in Shanghai. They complete all the tests before seeing the dr. The actual average time with the dr is 3 mins. At the babies home we played with the children for 1 hour before they went to have lunch. …

          Shanghai Noon and Shanghai Nights

          A travel blog entry by col.caf on Jul 09, 2011

          1 comment, 49 photos

          ... calligraphy etc with no context… who used them, what wars were fought… all the interesting stuff was left out. After the museum I took the metro to the newest part of the city, a concrete jungle which boasts some of the tallest buildings in the world (3rd). I took the tourist sightseeing tunnel under the river to the famous Bund on the other side. The tunnel was totally bizarre, with flashing neon lights and music and ...

          Out and About

          A travel blog entry by matthewpowers on May 07, 2011

          5 comments, 18 photos

          ... in Shanghai without speaking the language even if it is a bit lonely.

          A few notes on Shanghai:

          1. Drivers don't have to stop when making a right turn on red. Just because you have a walk sign doesn't mean you won't be mowed down in the crosswalk.

          2. When the elevator door opens, go in. Don't let the fact that others are trying to get out stop you.

          3. The streets are paved with ...

          In between holidays

          A travel blog entry by claudiabr88 on Oct 05, 2010

          1 comment

          ... i wonder where they left their manners.

          After the three day holiday, I had to work on the weekend. Here in China you get a holiday and then you get to work on the weekend...interesting? Well the thing is you have to make up the days lost for the holiday. Same, since we have this holiday for national day (from October 1st to October 7th), I have to work this weekend too.

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          Alleyways, Warriors, and dancing, oh my!

          A travel blog entry by gatorlaw on Mar 12, 2008

          15 photos

          ... years old (and in quite a state of disrepair). We got to watch a drum ceremony as well. After that, we headed over to Prince Gong's mansion. Prince Gong was a favoured price of an emperor (the names run together so much I can not possibly tell you which one) and was given a plaque, in stone, granting him happiness which was signed by the emperor. Apparently, this “happiness” is a big deal as there were many people waiting in line to ...