Somerset Xu Hui Shanghai

No.888 Shaanxi Nan Road, Xuhui District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200031, China | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located in the Capitol Hill NE/SE area of Shanghai, is near Wuzhen, Putuoshan, Bund Sightseeing Tunnel, and Changle Road.
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    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    Day 25

    A travel blog entry by abbeystravel on Jun 15, 2014

    9 photos

    ... there for a few minutes I started to relax and enjoy the view. It was really awesome to see the buildings from above and see part of the city. I'm sad we couldn't see more of the city from all the smog but I'm happy we got to see what we did. Part of the floor was glass on the top floor so we got to kind of see down to the ground which was pretty cool too. After the Shanghai World Financial Center Observatory Trisha, Jade, Lisa and ...

    A little of Thursday and Friday THE 13th

    A travel blog entry by lilycraig on Sep 14, 2013

    13 photos

    ... and make it difficult to move quickly.But, as I keep reiterating, I am really enjoying them! For lunch, a few of us were dyingggg for some English food, so we headed to the cafe on campus and got a good old margarita! Sorted us all out. Thursday afternoon was our first lecture with William, our sort of course leader. The lecture was was about something along the lines of History of theatre. I think. Now this sounds like I wasn't ...

    Sweet Shanghai Nights

    A travel blog entry by lavernelund on Apr 04, 2013

    2 comments, 6 photos

    ... big bands and combos at various venues across Shanghai. He said he works five or six nights a week.

    When the new group took the stage around 10:30, and included the drummer, Chris, from the first group, with the addition of a new pianist, a trumpeter, and Danny on bass. This was a high-octane group, with all members playing hard, pushing and teasing and playing off each other with great spontenaiety. It was a ...


    A travel blog entry by jenny_dani on Sep 30, 2012

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... because it was in Chinese with Chinese subtitles but it was impressive even so. The music was quite strange and didn't really help to understand the story as it was difficult to tell if the characters were singing happy songs or sad songs! The costumes were pretty amazing though and the sets were simple but looked really good. We also did two day trips from Shanghai. The first to was to Suzhou, a city with pretty canals and streets running alongside them. It ...

    Diaoyu Dao

    A travel blog entry by nickbeaumont on Sep 21, 2012

    ... in their affairs - and maybe with good reason too, considering the imperial ambitions of these countries (take Britain securing Hong Kong for themselves during the Opium Wars of the 1850s for example.)
    The animosity towards Japan however is startling. Yes, maybe in England we still have older generations that harbor dislike over the Germans. But here, even young people are hostile, becoming wildly patriotic when you ...