Hengshan Moller Villa Hotel
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHengshan Moller Villa Hotel Shanghai
This is really a place for events, business meetings, or if you are fluent in chinese (or just super easy going). Very few people speak any english and its located far enough out from the main area of the city that it's difficult to find any restaurants/shops/instructions that have any english as well. If you are adventurous and have been studying the language section of your guide book, then this is a great place to stay. You're only .6 miles from the subway and you can get into town within 2-3 stops.
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