DoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Pudong
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDoubleTree by Hilton Shanghai Pudong
I stayed here on a complementary voucher due to a flight cancellation, but I feel so privileged to have stayed here! Every single aspect of this hotel is flawless. If you ever get the chance to stay here, it is very much worth the price!
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Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... You walk along streets where locals still cook and set up tables on the side of the road and hang their washing from makeshift lines between electricity poles, then turn a corner to be faced by Dolce and Gabbana ! Despite the number of people, this is a clean city, with cleaners sweeping and collecting rubbish all the time (as well as the poor collecting the plastic bottles). The river is the busiest we've seen anywhere, with freight back and forward 24/7 ...
We have had an absolutely amazing trip and we are sad to see it coming to an end. Today we headed out to do a bit more exploring before we have to climb aboard our flight back to the real world tomorrow. We decided to spend the morning at the Shanghai Museum. The modern building was designed in the shape of a traditional cooking vessel. The exhibits featured such subjects as furniture from the Ming and Qing ...
... and a common area. I have two
roommates. One is named Richard, from Ireland. The other is named Amir, from
Kazakhstan. We each get our own private bedroom. I’d rather pay for hot water
than have to do what the Chinese students do. They don’t have showers in their
dorms. They all have to go outside and walk to a shower building. So whether
its raining, snowing, cold, whatever if they want a shower they have to go
outside and walk to the ...
... for the train which were definitely 2 or 3 rungs down the ladder. They were sub ladder really. Not even close to the ladder. They were built for long term consumption and transportation so they were caked in some sort of super thick gelatinous jelly that was as hard to scrape off as the actual skin. Anyway, at around 11pm I found the train guard for our carriage and gave him a bag containing 6 Reebs and a family pack of shocking feet; he was absolutely made ...
... at a rest stop along the highway, similar to the US. Mr. Wo is an impatient person, Jorge and Kyle said everyone here is impatient. He got out of the car before the gas attendant came over and started to get his own gas, sounds just like the states, right? Gas is about $4 a gallon, or 1 RMB/liter. Kyle did the conversion on his phone. That’s another thing – Jorge uses his iphone to overcome the language gap with Mr. Wo. Jorge can speak a far amount of Chinese ...