Property Location With a stay at Dazhong Hotel in Shanghai (Changning), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Longhua Temple and
Property Location With a stay at Dazhong Hotel in Shanghai (Changning), you'll be within a 10-minute drive of Longhua Temple and Shanghai Stadium. This 4-star hotel is 4.7 mi (7.6 km) from Jing'an Temple and 8.6 mi (13.9 km) from The Bund.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 100 guestrooms.
Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
Dining At Dazhong Hotel, enjoy a satisfying meal at the restaurant.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and luggage storage. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
Facilities offered in Dazhong Hotel :
Business CenterIn-room accessibilityLuggage storageRestaurantMeeting RoomsFree WiFi6+More Amenities
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 11 AM.
Cancellation Policy Cancellation and prepayment policies vary according to room type. Please check the Fare policy associated with your room.
Extra Bed The inclusion of extra bed with a booking is facilitated with a folding cot or a mattress as an extra bed.
Payment Mode You can pay now or you can pay at the hotel if your selected room type has this option.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 2 reviews
VERY GOOD 13 reviews
AVERAGE 7 reviews
POOR 1 reviews
TERRIBLE 1 reviews
22 Jan 2018
Top Prize for Unfriendly
This hotel forgets it is in the "Hospitality" industry. Of all the hotels I've ever stayed in this one is the most unfriendly I have ever experienced. From the front staff's wordless stares during check-in and check-out to the demand for a deposit without explanation it is truly unforgettable. If there were other hotels in the Shanghai airport to compete against this hotel would surely shut down in no time. As far as the room it is also sub-standard. I stayed in the South Building in a "Discount Queen Bed" room that had holes in the upholstered love seat and dirty carpeting. The only selling point for this hotel is the convenience of staying at the airport for early morning flights. Otherwise, there is nothing no worthwhile reason to stay here.
03 Oct 2017
This was the only 4-star hotel in the Xuhui area that could fit in my budget. Close to metro lines 3 and 4 but a little tricky to reach line 9. Breakfast was included and I liked it very much. The room was basic by 4-star standards but was very clean.
20 Jun 2016
Would gain a star if rooms/flo....
We stayed at Shanghaii Dazhong Hotel for the first five nights of our first trip to China to be near a conference to which my wife had been invited to speak (thus prompting the trip which included eight days of post-conference touring; I was along as companion and opportunist). It was a nice enough hotel with a pretty good buffet breakfast included, but the lobby was unusually drab, and, the biggest gripe our entire group of seven had was that all the rooms smelled of smoke. One of many incorrect assumptions I had about the Chinese was that many of them still smoke, and certainly those who still do are happy to be allowed to do so in this hotel, BUT, as I wandered around the streets and visited several attractions while my wife was working, it didn't seem that a greater number of people smoke in China than in the States; that they consume many more cigarettes might simply be due to the fact that China's population is about 1.4 billion. Another possibly helpful hint we learned during our first few days eating at the Dazhong and nearby restaurants is that the Chinese do not like cold beverages - pop, beer, water are all served warm unless
you ask if they have them cold (nowadays, for tourists, many restaurants, hotels and convenience stores do; and just in case it doesn't go without saying - don't chill your drink with ice, not even in better hotels where they themselves alert you to the fact that the tap water isn't potable). Two more relevant observations: It seemed that the lower floors of this hotel are not the hotel per se, as the elevator doors would open facing reception desks for offices and possibly a school. Also, they don't have salt or pepper on the restaurant tables, but will bring you a salt pinch bowl if asked.
Friends getaway Traveller
21 Oct 2015
Average ,management can be bet....
I stayed in Dazhong hotel for two nights.Average stay experience.Hood thing about hotel is location and easily acvessible by line 3/4/9 on Yishan road.Brkfast is not that great.Rooms are tidy and good but all rooms are smoking rooms.
Solo travel Traveller
27 Sep 2013
Try a hotel near the airport w....
I booked a non-moking room at the Da Zhong South Tower in July for last night. The hotel was well-advised that I would be arriving at 11 p.m. I had ordered a "Standard Room" - 458 RMB per night. A room was allocated. I knew things would not be good as I approached the second floor on which the room was situated. The mustiness of the floor hit me as I exited the lift. The room itself reeked of cigarette smoke. Back to the desk demanding a non-smoking room. Furrowed brows and eventually another room was allocated - on the second floor again. This one reeked even more of cigarette smoke (and was nicely equipped with cigarette tray and matches). A a room attendant arrived with a bottle of pink stuff which she planned to spray around to mask the cigarette smoke for a while to keep me temporarily happy. Back to the desk to demand yet another attempt at the ordered non-smoking room. The receptionists explained that, as I had arrived quite late, they had few rooms available. That I had pre-booked the room months ahead and had pre-paid to guarantee arrival seemed not sufficient to cause them actually to allocate me a room regardless of my arrival time. More furrowed brows. A more senior receptionist arrived and a third room was allocated, this one being on the fifth floor, that floor being very clearly marked 'Non-smoking floor". It seems that the hotel was up to the old Chinese trick of attempting to see just what level of service is the minimum that the guest will tolerate. The third room was fine. However, 458 RMB for what is little better than an ordinary 3-star hotel room is a bit much I think. Yes, there was a circular bed - sexy to some perhaps but it seems the bed is circular simply to disguise the fact that the room is badly designed and wouldn't fit a rectangular bed all that well. The round bed is no more than a quick fix for bad room design. The shower contained no lotions of any kind. Showering had to be done with a small round cake of soap such as can be found in any Chinese country two- and three-star hotel. Beside the w.c. was the usual plastic-lined bin for the receipt of used w.c. paper. There was a tatty TV stand of curious art-deco design whose door did not close all that well.
To my cost, in the middle of the night, I discovered that there was a slightly greenish clear-glass door giving entry to the bathroom. Naturally, the door and I came into very close contact about 4 a.m. Fortunately neither us was broken although I think I got the greater fright.
All in all, I think the place is pretty shabby in terms of its set-up and its management. I shall for the future, if arriving on a late flight, book at one of the nearby hotels that run shuttle services.
I frequently stay at the Ambassador Transit Hotel in Terminal 3 of Singapore Changi Airport. By comparison with the Changi hotel, the Da Zhong (Ease) Hotel is definitely third world, the China of many years gone by. The place seems to me to be desperately in need of new management - management that knows something more about hotels than country-town central provincial 3-stars.