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Shanghai Hotel Guide

Staying in Shanghai Hotels

Shanghai is one of the most recognizable cities in the world, and one of the most popular vacation destinations for visitors to China. Some of the most popular places to visit while in Shanghai are the Bund, the Jade Buddha Temple, Nanjing Temple, and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower. You can also find quite a few great museums in the area.

When coming to the city, it is important that you find somewhere nice to stay. That can mean the difference between a good vacation and a great vacation. Some of the most popular hotels in the area are the following:

The Ambassador Hotel

The Ambassador Hotel is in a great location, close to the business and commercial districts in Shanghai. It has 308 great rooms that are fully equipped to meet your every need. The Grand Palace Restaurant, which is onsite, serves up great dim sum. You will also find a bar, spa, pool, and fitness center.

The Anting Villa Hotel

The European styled architecture is very welcoming, as is the staff at this beautiful hotel. The hotel is close to Xujiahui shopping area and a subway station, which makes it very convenient – you can get to all of your destinations in the city by walking, taking the subway, or grabbing a cab.

The hotel has 146 rooms equipped with air conditioning and cable television as well as onsite restaurants and a coffee shop.

Ascott Shanghai Pudong

One of the best choices for a family who plan on staying in Shanghai for any length of time is to stay at a hotel such as the Ascott Shanghai Pudong. These are more than mere rooms – they are apartments that can serve as a home away from home while you are on vacation. You even have your own kitchen so you can prepare your own meals if you don't want to go out.

The Ascott Shanghai Pudong offers a badminton court, a fitness room, a barbecue are, game room, Internet, and so much more. There is even a restaurant and supermarket onsite.

Depending on how much time you have in Shanghai, this might be the best way to see all that the city ha/;'s to offer. It is close to just about all of the major attractions, such as the above mentioned Bund and Oriental Pearl TV Tower.

Not matter which hotel you choose, always make sure that it is close to the attractions you want to see!

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