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Jin Sha Hotel

No 257 Nujiang Road

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3.5

GOOD

About Jin Sha Hotel

check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM

Property Location A stay at Jin Sha Hotel places you in the heart of Shanghai, and within a 15-minute drive of Legoland Discovery

Property Location
A stay at Jin Sha Hotel places you in the heart of Shanghai, and within a 15-minute drive of Legoland Discovery Center. This hotel is 5.7 mi (9.1 km) from Jade Buddha Temple and 11.5 mi (18.5 km) from Nanjing Road Shopping District.

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 292 air-conditioned rooms featuring minibars. Wired Internet access (surcharge) keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Bathrooms have bathtubs and designer toiletries. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and complimentary newspapers.

Amenities
Enjoy recreational amenities such as a nightclub and a health club. Additional amenities at this hotel include concierge services, an arcade/game room, and gift shops/newsstands.

Dining
Grab a bite to eat at one of the hotel's many dining establishments, which include 4 restaurants and a coffee shop/café. Wrap up your day with a drink at the bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.

Facilities offered in Jin Sha Hotel :

Business CenterLuggage storageCoffee shop or café3+More Amenities

Jin Sha Hotel Hotel policies

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.

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Hotel Policy

The primary guest checking in to the hotel must be at least 18 years of age. Children accompanying adults must be between 1-12 years.

It is mandatory for guests to present valid photo identification at the time of check-in.

In case of bookings where payment is charged directly at the hotel, we need your Credit Card details to guarantee the booking. The booking confirmation is subject to successful validation of your Credit Card by the hotel. MakeMyTrip will not charge your card; however, the hotel reserves the right to charge a part or full amount before the check-in.

The room tariff is inclusive of extra charges applicable for the children.

If your child requires additional bedding and/or breakfast options, please book them as an adult to ensure the correct room configuration. You will be notified of any additional costs resulting from individual hotel policies regarding children staying with parents and age range allowed

Early check-in or late check-out is subject to availability and may be chargeable by the hotel. The standard check-in time is 2 PM and the standard check-out time is 11 AM. After booking you will be sent an email confirmation with hotel phone number. You can contact the hotel directly for early check-in or late check-out.

The room tariff includes all taxes. The amount paid for the room does not include charges for optional services and facilities (such as room service, mini bar, snacks or telephone calls). These will be charged at the time of check-out.

The room tariff is inclusive of charges for extra bed for adults.

For any update, User shall pay applicable cancellation/modification charges.

Modified bookings will be subject to availability and revised booking policy of the Hotel.

The cancellation/modification charges are standard and any waiver is on the hotel's discretion.

Number of modifications possible on a booking will be on the discretion of MakemyTrip.

Selective offers of MakeMyTrip will not be valid on a cancellation or modification of booking.

Any e-coupon discount on the original booking shall be forfeited in the event of cancellation or modification.

User rating & reviews

Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.

3.566 Reviews

EXCELLENT 2 reviews

VERY GOOD 28 reviews

AVERAGE 29 reviews

POOR 6 reviews

TERRIBLE 1 reviews

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lickylonglips

Business Traveller

14 Aug 2012

Decent hotel, but far from sig....

I stayed here for 3 weeks as part of an Experience China course at the East China Normal University. The accommodation was provided free of charge by Hanban, so we were grateful we were put up in such nice surroundings! The hotel is a 10 minute walk from the ECN university, but is far from downtown Shanghai (30-45 in taxi or public transport). The hotel is a 15 minute walk from the nearest subway station, which is fine if you are fit. The subway station is a 14 rmb ride from the hotel in a taxi. The hotels are tidied daily and the bathrooms are cleaned daily too. The towels are changed daily whether you want them to be or not! Showel gel and shampoo is provided as is a comb and toothbrush. These are replaced when needed. The rooms comprise (in our case) two single bed, a desk, a small tv, a wardrobe, 3 chairs, a storage chest and a small fridge. The fridge didn't get things very cold but it was better than drinking room temperature water. The shower had two temperatures - boiling and tepid. I would stick to the tepid! Wired internet is available at a charge (our course provider paid for ours), but it is painfully slow. Breakfast costs 48 rmb and the one mornin I tried it, it was a sad affair. Just bread, butter, jam, then various Chinese foods, none of which was appetising. The dumplings had scant filling and the fried rice was bland. There was an omelette station, but this was not open the day I went. The coffee was nice, but the orange juice was some kind of powdered affair and quite noxious. There is a supermarket on the 5th floor of the building across the way in which McDonald's in housed. Water and snacks can be got there for much cheaper than at the convenience stores on the street. PS The beds are very very hard by western standards!

Reyhana K

Solo travel Traveller

10 Aug 2012

Average

Avergae hotel, avergade service, average food ...Clean environment - oh i loved the little shop at the reception had international brands of chips, cooldrink etc.. but expensive... suppose that is expected in hotels.. room was clean, breakfast was ok buffet style...service mediocre.

SARKAGAKU

Business Traveller

24 Aug 2011

Worst reception

Jin Sha hotel seems to be ok. However reception staff is so rude. They didnt tell any information if I ask how to go some places. He just told buy a english map from the neighbouring store. Cleaning is good. The tea catle was too old and rusted from inside. No tissue paper or water. Internet need to be paid extra and it will be 30 RMB per night (12 PM to 00 AM). Internet was horribly slow, we can not use skype or call. I think it is mainly for business person. It is not for student or tourist person to stay. I feel very uncomfortable because of reception person in the hotel. From the abroad at least we expect the people should guide us little bit instead of rudely telling to do something...

BirminghamRebecca

undefined Traveller

22 Mar 2008

good 3 star hotel

Stayed at the Jin Sha as a second hotel on a organised tour to China it is a good 3 star hotel with decent sized bedrooms and a good bathroom. It is a little bit to far out of the centre of Shanghai if you are on your own and as traffic is so terrible could take you at least 45mins to get into the centre by taxi ,but taxis are so cheap it doesnt cost much only in terms of time. The food we had was mainly buffet as we were in a group and it was ok. Couldnt comment on individual meals and breakfast was good with a selection of western and eastern food. There is not much to do anight in the hotel, beware of the nightclub on the second floor very quiet and a bit seedy we actually had to serve ourselves as noone was manning the bar and it looked like a haunt for chinese buisiness men and there prostitutes. iIwould suggest you get in a taxi and go to the french consession in the centre you could be in the med with lots of different restaurants and bars

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undefined Traveller

01 Feb 2008

Poor Excuse For A Hotel

We stayed at the Jinshajiang Hotel in Shanghai as part of "Taste Of China" tour with Jules Verne Travel. This was the 2nd hotel in the itinerary and we had three nights from 28th January-31st January 2008. Having managed to get the only flight out of Beijing to Shanghai due to very bad snow we eventually arrived at 01.30hrs and were given a key to our room on the 5th floor. Room 505 to be precise which gave a view of an alleyway and rear of other stark buildings. The room was nothing to write home about and the supposedly well-stocked mini-bar contained just 2 cans of sprite and 2 cans of pepsi. Upon opening the sliding wardrobe door the whole lot came off the rails. The bathroom was very small and contained a half-sized bath tub. Although the hotel provided basic shampoo and bath foam other toiletries in the bathroom had to be paid for. The only bar in this hotel is situated on the second floor which is basically a night-club. On the second night a group of us went to this night-club around 10.00pm having returned from watching a Chinese acrobatic show in the city. ***Avoid this nightclub seriously***As soon as we walked into this place it had a horrible atmosphere and it did'nt take long to realise just why. Sitting on one side of the room were a group of about 8 Chinese men who were obviously locals and friends of the Bar-Manager. This group were singing karaoke (very loud I may add) and had several girls with them who at first glance appeared to be local prostitutes. All of this group were under the influence of some substance and I don't believe it was just alcohol. One of our group (street-wise male in his late 40's) went into a room in the nightclub mistaking it for the toilets and witnessed several bodies entwined on the floor almost raping one another. The so called Bar manager appeared to be encouraging this behaviour and just looked on when two of the Chinese men began pushing and shoving each other which resulted in both these men moving to the public lobby near the lifts to continue the argument. Suddenly one of these males began slapping and punching his own face very hard as if to challenge the other male to hurt him. The manager witnessed all this but did not even attempt to interfere and just left them to it. My friend asked for 4 gin and tonics which were poured into plastic half pint glasses by the bar-man. A single measure of gin in each glass and 4 seperate cans of tonic poured into each one. This meant you could only taste the tonic. When I got the next round I asked for the gins to be put into proper slimmer glasses and for just two cans of tonic so as not to drown the taste of the gin. You'd think I was asking him to set his head on fire!!!!! Anyway having reluctantly compiled with my request he then tried to charge me the same amount as the previous round. I remided him we only had two cans of tonic on this occasion and after some argument he knocked 50 Yuan (£3.80) from the bill. Due to the atmosphere which was getting worse the longer we remained, all our group decided it was better if we left and returned to our rooms. It was evident that we were disturbing their little "Knocking shop". Incidentally there was a little shop directly across the road from the hotel which served very cheap beers and spirits. I only paid 30 Yuan for a whole bottle of decent Brandy when the hotel were charging almost double this for a single gin. The reception staff were miserable and very unhelpful at first. One of our group asked if the hotel had a local map of the area or of Shanghai city centre and were rudely told to buy one from a shop. The next day I asked for directions to a particular restauarant that had been reccomended to us and at first the staff pretended not to understand English. If you read my other reviews you will see that in the main I am complimentary when i write about other hotels we stay at, so believe me this is nothing personal. This hotel must rank as one of the worst we have stayed at. It's not that it was dirty, in fact the cleaning girls done a very good job and at least the bell-boys on the door were pleasant. It was just a pity that the reception staff and management did'nt act in the same manner. Voyages Jules Verne should seriously consider refraining from using this hotel in the future as it's likely to taint their good name. I did reccomend to our tour rep that she bring this to the attention of her employers and she did agree with me and in fact requested I write to Jules Verne as this would assist her report.

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