Harbour Hotel (Hai Tai)

No.1188 Siping Road, Hongkou District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200085, China | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located in the 鞍山 area of Shanghai, is near Nanjing Lu (Nanjing Road), Jin Mao Tower, Shanghai Silk Museum, and Yangpu Bridge.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Harbour Hotel (Hai Tai) Shanghai

3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Shanghai

Just Give Me Celebrity Status

A travel blog entry by annalisekraus on Oct 14, 2013

9 photos

... like that. It was like being famous for no real reason and apparently that will not be the last time it will happen. To be honest, I will probably not ever get sick of it. I mean, where else will mobs of strangers want to take a picture with you as if you are famous? It's so easy to stand out here as an American. There is no possible way to blend in no matter how much you try. It's all part of the experience.

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The End of an Epic

A travel blog entry by jbingham on Aug 16, 2013

26 photos

... and culturally to come to dominate the globe, but with over a billion optimists, it's hard to see China failing to slow. All the time I compared Chinese attitudes with those of Americans. While surfing Facebook, reading others' blogs, etc., the biggest thing I notice consistently about Americans is that we complain. We complain about our government, about our living situations, about our jobs, about our education, about anything. The one thing that was revealed to ...

Cashing in on vouchers!

A travel blog entry by tracy-andy-pez on May 17, 2013

1 comment, 12 photos

... toughest, ours was a 3+ and was challenging, but just about manageable. Towards the end there were some steep climbs up to the peak (730m), and back down again which was the toughest part, finishing off at the Silver Pagodas, a set of 5 impressive 300 year old Pagodas which stand in the site of an old Temple, which was destroyed. A lovely ending to a tough hike, and then a very nice Chinese lunch at a local restaurant to finish. There was about 12 people on ...

City life

A travel blog entry by gemmafoxall on Apr 17, 2013

9 photos

... a small, pale brown Mulberry bag; at the first stall the salesperson said it was usually sold for 1,500 yuen but they would do me a "special" price of 950 yuen. This theme continued at every stall. Eventually, I realised that no seller would go below 120 yuen so I settled - getting the bag for 12.50 GBP instead of 156.25 GBP. Result. Another absolute must for when you visit Shanghai is People's Square (or the pedestrian street of Nanjing Road east). Here there is an incredible ...

One month in Shanghai and losing count

A travel blog entry by mburghouwt on Oct 14, 2012

1 comment

... on the street, in restaurants, shops, taxis… I really do speak plenty of Chinese on a daily basis, and I never get lazy and try to see if the person happens to speak English either.

The funny thing about the Chinese people is that when they think you don’t understand them, they choose to shout at you as opposed to speaking slower and clearer. I often find myself wondering if I’ve done something wrong or if that person is just in a really-bad-mood all of ...