URBN Hotel Shanghai

Address: No.183 Jiaozhou Road, Jing'an District, Shanghai, Shanghai, 200040, China | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located in the W. Nanjing Road area of Shanghai, is near Jade Buddha Temple, Peace Hotel (Heping Fandian), Longhua Gu Si, and Shanghai Art Museum (Shanghai Meishu Guan).
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    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

    Travel Blogs from Shanghai

    Canals, Silk, and Night Lights

    A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Oct 16, 2014

    2 comments, 33 photos

    ... cormorant can cost up to $8,000 US.

    We had time to browse the many shops along “Old Street,” which was lined with Ming style homes and storefronts. Unfortunately, our camera was left on the bus, so we don’t have photos of this beautiful town. This day seemed to us to involve way too much bus time to see very little.

    After visiting Tongli, we head back to Shanghai. On the way back Mae, our local guide told us ...

    Shanghai to Guilin

    A travel blog entry by kirby1306 on Aug 18, 2014

    2 photos

    ... you with no lights on. To top it off the roads are horrendous – I moan about the pot holes back home (like my dad) but Jesus these were half the road wide and couldn’t be avoided. Mental. I was so relieved to just get into bed … that’s when I discovered Chinese beds. They are basically just wooden boxes with no real mattress on (they believe it’s good for the back) – do not try to bounce down on a Chinese bed, it ends ...

    Days 14-17 GanQuan Foreign School Shanghai

    A travel blog entry by mcc_china2014 on Apr 05, 2014

    56 photos

    ... during PE classes, and that the nominated gymnastics classes were reserved for the girls only. Highlighting yet another difference in our school cultures. With a new Chinese cultural experience to explore, the girls headed toward Folk Music classes with much enthusiasm. Various Chinese instruments awakening their love for classical music. Strumming away with instruments they have not experienced playing before (although Tian is quite accustomed to) the girls explored ...

    Keeping Cool in the Classroom

    A travel blog entry by jenmorgan on Jul 05, 2013

    2 comments, 2 photos

    ... the early entry on our school visit. School in China is compulsory through middle/junior high school, but after that families must pick up the bill for anyone attending high school. Tests at the end of middle school determine mainly which choice of high schools students will have. Many of the problem she discussed are very similar to those faced by educators in the states-- demanding parents (you can imagine what it might be like in a ...

    The Holiday Season Abroad

    A travel blog entry by acsupertramp on Jan 11, 2013

    4 comments, 58 photos

    ... food, pizza, hamburgers, Turkish food, Middle-Eastern food, coffee, margaritas, micro-brews, and sandwiches. We mostly ate during our stay in Shanghai and I do not regret it at all. I have really missed good food and I found some there. On Christmas Day I met up with my old friend Ahmed from Tallahassee. He was one of my conversation partners while I was in the TEFL and while he was studying English at FSU. He went back to Saudi Arabia for a ...