Warner Inn (Trend)
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Warner Inn (Trend) Shanghai
Travel Blogs from Shanghai
... along the Huangpu River, where all the tourists hang out and get magnificent photos of the skyline of Pudong. And generally watch each other. Pudong, up until only 1992, was all farmland but today is the financial district of Shanghai, with skyscrapers for Africa!
Our bus price included a trip up the world's tallest building, the World Financial Shanghai Centre ((which looks like a giant bottle opener). At 474 metres high, it certainly has a cracking view. Of the smog. Which ...
... can be helpful.
I've had experiences with rude and incredibly lovely Chinese people. I have to say that the lovely experiences stick out more, because they are so rare. I was on the metro last tuesday (my first ever solo metro journey) and usually it's a fight to get a seat, so i stayed well clear, until this lovely elderly man stood up to let me sit down (THIS NEVER HAPPENS), i refused as he was ...
... can see many buildings lit up with neon outlines or completely lit sides with changing lights. We can see the sparkling Pearl Tower, which is so beautiful at night. Red, green, blue sparkling lights light the gold and red of the tower. We can see the World Financial bottle opener building, and the lit top of the Jinmao pagoda. We did not see Shanghai at night last time we were here. It is so beautiful! David is obviously ill, so we make the ...
... speaks English; surely someone knows what Hong Kong means, surely. Oh we did, no one knows! Anyway, the train was going smoothly, we were enjoying the views; I had my book to read. No dramas except the uncertainty of our destination, which was all part of the adventure. And then, we got hungry. Of course, on a 24 hour train you would start to get hungry. There was a restaurant cart but no menu. And as we walked into the cabin, we were glared at like ...
... The Apartment" (sounds cool right?). Well, it was! And we went up to the third or fourth floor that was the rooftop seating. We had a lovely dinner up there, and it was perfect. We stayed there for quite awhile. We met some people from Germany that were very nice. We also talked for a few hours with two guys from Denmark. They were so funny! One guy was named Steffen, but I nicknamed him Mr. Cardigan because he was wearing one (I know, so original). The ...