Situated in close proximity to Seng Wong Temple in Pudong area of Shanghai, Jiang Tian Hotel is accessible in 30 minutes' drive from
Situated in close proximity to Seng Wong Temple in Pudong area of Shanghai, Jiang Tian Hotel is accessible in 30 minutes' drive from Shanghai Pudong International Airport. Connecting to major business, shopping and tourist areas of the city, Linyixincun metro station is only a 5-minute drive from here. In addition, Yu Garden, Shanghai World Expo Exhibition, Shanghai Kejiguan and Convention Center can be reached within 10 minutes' drive.
Modern and comfortable, the hotel's 200 rooms and suites come with a sitting area. Featuring wooden furnishings, rooms are complete with air conditioning, satellite TV, IDD telephone, mini bar, work desk and Wi-Fi access (surcharge). Bathrooms are equipped with contemporary fixtures and have requisite toiletries.
The hotel's state-of-the-art meeting rooms are suitable for arranging both corporate and private events. On-site recreational options include KTV, gym and table tennis facility. The hotel also features a business centre, shopping store, parking, and offers ticket assistance, currency exchange and luggage storage facilities.
Guests can enjoy a selection of local and international meals in the hotel's restaurants. For full Indian platters, Indian Kitchen Restaurant can be reached within 15 minutes' drive from here.
Featuring a revolving restaurant and observation deck, the Oriental Pearl TV Tower is accessible in a 15-minute drive from Jiang Tian Hotel.
considering its prices and tourist inflow it could have been a very better hotel , But seems the hotel is not at all intrested , old model TVs , unrenovated old type rooms , despite good view
from the room , Hotel in the middle of nowhere , Even u get down to luziashui metro station you have to burn atleast 25 to 28 rmb to reach this hotel ,in shanghai if metro is far from hotel everything is bad , also the room service is poor noone understands english and they start laughing , the hotel lift entry is so poor as its on the back of lobby with a partial view of mad kitchen when you enter , this could be the worst option if you talk about breakfast they serve cold
toooo bad breakfast --- the worst ever in china in last 14 yrs , not only the serve is cold but also tasteless , full of OIL , even every chinese complain about it , they dont even have any sanwich toaster or even one single international item for food , ! worst food ever , even must spend 25 rmb to shanghai expo centre never book this hotel its in middle of residences with no store nearby at all
18 Sep 2013
It wasnt the worst, but it wasnt the best..so Ill just say it was okay. First, if you dont speak a little Mandarin (Chinese) then you need to stick to the bigger chain hotels, luckily I had a translator. The beds felt like i was sleeping on box springs, and they dont have non smoking rooms, so I inhaled the light scent of cigarette smoke every night. The room walls are marked and scratched up.
Pros: no roaches, cheap rates, free breakfast and dinner (not really that tasty) and internet excess