Sun Island Resorts

Address: No.2588 Shentai Road, Shenxiang Town, Qingpu District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 201714, China | 4 star hotel
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsSun Island Resorts Shanghai

      Reviewed by william_smith

      Meaningful Day Trip Experience

      Reviewed Nov 26, 2011
      by (1 review) Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

      A huge place but with not many food selection. Tried out the members' restaurant and Chinese herbal restaurant, personally prefers the latter. The staff told us the menu is designed with their wellness philosophy, things like nutritionally balanced and all. It was a meaningful day trip experience.

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

      Reviewed by sarahspears

      Good Service

      Reviewed Oct 11, 2011
      by (1 review) California , United States Flag of United States

      The service is the most memorable experience at Sun Island Golf Hotspring Resort. A good English speaking person received us at the hotel reception. She not only assisted us to simplify the check-in formalities, but also gave us a brief introduction about the Sun Island. She took the initiative to recommend several activities for us do on the island. We appreciate her warm hospitality and initiative.

      Small touches in the resort surprised us. At night, incense was lit in the room to prevent mosquito and aromatherapy oil filled the room with nice aroma. There was even a complimentary lavender eye pillow for a good night's sleep and a thoughtful note in English and Chinese for turn down service. We had a very good night sleep indeed.

      I have to say that Sun Island is a bit far from the city center but the journey is worth it for the fresh air and the change of environment from Shanghai city. I think it would take about one and half hour by metro, so going by car will be the best choice and if the traffic is good, you reach Sun Island within 45 minutes.

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      Reviewed by vivianj

      2D1N Journey at Sun Island

      Reviewed Aug 19, 2011
      by (1 review) , Singapore Flag of Singapore

      Shanghai Sun Island is about 45 minutes' drive from the downtown Shanghai without the traffic jam. It was quite convenient for us to get there as we took a cab down.

      Once we got onto the island, we were impressed by the fresh air, flowers in bloom and the lush greenery with sparkling waters and the ancient pagoda. The resort comes with golf, spa, meeting rooms, restaurants and entertainment activities for relaxation and wellness.

      We stayed in the Club Suite, which was spacious and clean, well decorated with elegant with nice oriental furniture that has everything including floor heating.
      It has an access to a balcony that afforded us a private space with splendid scenery of the river. We were very happy with our room except that we have to ask for bathrobes from the hotel.

      There were several restaurants at "Entertainment Food Street" Pier 93, Sichuan Restaurant, Village Restaurant and Korean Restaurant. We finally decided to have dinner at Zen Den Herbal Restaurant. The architecture was full of traditional Chinese elements. It seemed that all the food here were catered to wellness. The food tasted delicious, much to my surprise and the price was reasonable. The menu has the benefits of what you are consuming too.

      Breakfast buffet at the Mao Restaurant was sumptuous and has a good variety and also have a section catered to wellness. We had lunch at Peacock Palace, but have to wait before we got our seats, as weekend was peak period. The restaurant has an excellent view of a wavepool which I think was nice.

      The spa was good and the water was from a hotspring, the massages have the Chinese medicine techniques applied to it. Leaves me feeling very relaxed. There were several other leisure activities such as KTV, yachting along the river, horse riding and go-kart too, but we did not try that.

      Overall, the stay at Sun Island was comfortable and relaxed. We never really have to worry about getting around the island as there is a island wide shuttle service that arrived 5minutes to drive us anywhere or it would be a nice scenic walk for me.

      There were a lot of plants and hence a lot of mosquitoes too, which was quite irritating. The staff provided mosquito incense in the room but it is better to bring extra insect repellent.

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      TripAdvisor Reviews Sun Island Resorts Shanghai

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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