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I had a congress in the vicinity and chose to stay in this hotel for the first time. Facilities are generally good and in line with expectations. The service level was very good and the staff very friendly. I have to pay for internet connection but it was fuss-free and easy. Good value for business travels.
Hong | Sun, Nov 2, '08
This is best location and metro station is near by hotel and metro station have sh oping Maket (APA plaza )good experience hotel staff is excellent and cooperative, front desk staff so helpful, this is very near the expo center
Manish Rami | Fri, Mar 9, '18
Ideally located next to Nanjing Road, the happening place in Shanghai. Also near to metro station East Nanjing road. Helpful front desk people, particularly the concierges. Absolutely value for money.
Shahir Kadirkutty | Fri, Dec 29, '17
Excellent Location, very courteous, excellent service. They can do something to improve the restaurants and then it will be a great place !!! Need to have more options on Menu though. But overall a great experience !! Staff was exceptionally courteous and helpful.
Anshu Saxena | Fri, Nov 17, '17
It's OK location is GOOD english is a bit problem otherwise it's OK we always prefer to stay there service is good and food is good too. Nothing much to write 4 now, the reception staff should be more friendly and accomodative towards the guest. Also the check out time should be extended a bit.
sriram | Fri, Nov 24, '17
Have stayed before and came back for more. Had two separate vouchers which confused the check in staff, thanks to Hoteltravel.com having live online chat this problem was solved before it became an issue. Penta hotel are located near subway to Zhongshan Park and an easy ride to downtown from here. If you take the 20 or 921 buses (on nearby Yuyuan Lu) you can get to the Bund for 2 kwai! The funky tunes in lounge/dining area could be turned down especially in the evening, the hotel could pay more attention to clients staying in the hotel than the blow in's in for a beer or a feed. Maybe a secluded area for people staying. Pays to brush up on your Mandarin too - hardly anyone on the staff speaks English, but we are in China so hey!
Hugh | Fri, Feb 17, '12
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