Jin Sha Hotel is situated in the centre of the city, just a 10-minute drive from Cloud Nine Plaza, the famous shopping mall. Counted
Jin Sha Hotel is situated in the centre of the city, just a 10-minute drive from Cloud Nine Plaza, the famous shopping mall. Counted amongst most visited Buddhist temples in Shanghai, the Jade Buddha Temple is around 15 minutes' drive from here. Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport is nearly a 20-minute drive away.
Featuring modern furniture, carpet flooring and windows with city views, all rooms of the hotel are designed in contemporary style. These individually air-conditioned rooms are equipped with flat-panel satellite television, telephone, personal safe, work desk, tea and coffee maker, mini bar and internet access. Bathrooms are provided with bathtub and designer toiletries.
A wide range of massages and body treatments are offered at the hotel's full-service spa. Other recreational options at the property include a nightclub and games room. Travel and car rental arrangements can be made at the dedicated tour desk. Additionally, it also features a gift shop and offers currency exchange, luggage storage, laundry and high-speed internet access.
The hotel's Camellia Restaurant serves freshly prepared Cantonese delicacies and offers private dining. Listen to soothing music while enjoying a cup of freshly brewed coffee or a glass of refreshing cocktail at the Gardenia Cafe on site. Lovers of Indian food can visit Tandoor Restaurant, reachable in a 20-minute drive from the property.
Wildlife enthusiasts should definitely visit the Shanghai Zoo, around 20 minutes' drive away.
Everything about the hotel was good. However, one problem I encoutnered was the name of the hotel. The chinese name of the hotel was drastically different from the english version. It made it really hard to me to find it.
Reviewed 146 months ago
The hotel was like we expected it to be. A good 3*** hotel in a quiet area. A very friendly staff, but when we came to the hotel one night, about 23.15, the bar was closed! We expected it to be open until at least 24.00. No big deal anyway. Most likely, I will stay here again when in Shanghai.