Yun's Paradise Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsYun's Paradise Hotel Shanghai
We moved here because our previous hotel didn't quite meet the comfort standards we needed (see blog entry: See you tomorrow Shanghai...)
As with middle priced city centre hotels world-wide this has seen better days and is a bit frayed around the edges. However, it's clean, safe and convenient. Especially for Shanghai's China Town district which we visited whilst here.
Overall not too bad and I certainly wouldn't dissuade the cost conscious traveller from giving this establishment a go.
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