Property Location A stay at Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Maglev Station places you in the heart of Shanghai, a 4-minute drive from Shanghai
Property Location A stay at Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Maglev Station places you in the heart of Shanghai, a 4-minute drive from Shanghai New International Expo Centre and 7 minutes from Century Park. This hotel is 4.1 mi (6.6 km) from Shanghai Tower and 5.9 mi (9.5 km) from The Bund.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 120 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wired Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and slippers. Conveniences include desks and complimentary newspapers.
Dining Buffet breakfasts are available daily from 7 AM to 9:30 AM for a fee.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include complimentary wired Internet access, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk.
Facilities offered in Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Maglev Station :
Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Maglev Station Hotel policies
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 12 PM.
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 17 reviews
VERY GOOD 65 reviews
AVERAGE 34 reviews
POOR 3 reviews
TERRIBLE 2 reviews
Friends getaway Traveller
16 Apr 2017
Water smelled like sewage...
I would recommend staying someplace else for most people. The water in the shower just straight up smelled like sewage. I know China is not known for clean water, but this was not a problem in Beijing or the countryside where we stayed before, plus Shanghai supposedly has potable tap water, so I think it's a problem with this hotel, though I admit I haven't stayed in others in Shanghai. Even though it's near the maglev station, it is actually hard to find since it is on the side of the regular subway. At least when we were there, all doors from that side to the maglev side were closed. A lot of things, like the bathroom door, were kind of broken. I guess I might suggest this if you're on a tight budget and need to go to the airport quickly after waking up... otherwise stay someplace else either in a different area or pay more someplace else in this area.
21 Feb 2016
Fastest train in the world
If you fly to Shanghai then I recommend you head in to the city on the Maglev train. It is cheap, comfortable and very, very fast. Within a few minutes we accelerated to over 300 kilometres per hour. It's a must rude for everyone not just the trainspotters amongst us.
Solo travel Traveller
25 Jan 2017
Layover in a lost land
I had the distinct misfortune to have a layover here en route to a warmer climate. I was quite surprised at the land mines placed in my way through.
If you're coming in for a 24/72 hour visa you could be in for up to a five hour wait or more!!! Easily! I got lucky, two and a half hours. One agent, four minutes average cycle, do the math. At 4:30am I was in line with thirty five or so. If you get in the regular visa line, after waiting in that line for an hour or two, you'll be shown the back of the short visa line. I saw this. With over one hundred fifty people on line for one agent! Please don't make this mistake! Get on the short time visa line!
Once in the airport I was informed there were no ATMs for foreigners. I don't present cash for exchange. Especially for a short day layover. It's just too much local currency. I would expect an unfavorable rate in any airport and certainly if you're forced into this scenario the rate could be expected to be unfavorable. I pushed on.
I bought a short time SIMM card for my iPhone. About 18.00 usd. Ok, whatever.
I wanted to ride the maglev which is how I found this hotel. I was able to use a credit card to buy the train trip. Smooth... Things are looking up!
When I arrive at the first station I see NO English identifying this as anything. From my preflight research I recalled that the hotel was just a few minutes into Shanghai. I got off. Wandering the area there was really no evidence of this hotel. No English. Having now done it I can tell you just turn right outside the station and walk about a half mile and it's on the opposite side of the street.
I got in the lobby strictly on the basis of a guess involving the TA map associated with the hotel page. It was odd, however, instead of a distinct route I had to pick one of two different directions presenting dotted lines. Now, I've been traveling the world for years and this was a first.
The hotel rapped me for an extra ten bucks usd for early check in at 9am even though I was checking out at 4pm. Thanks!
As soon as I got into my room I saw that my iPhone was nearly dead. This was wrong so I looked into what was running. The SIMM card installed a program with a very generic TV screen as it's icon. The phone was hot is was being used so much! I deleted this "TV" and the iPhone stopped running (tracking me).
There was a mall across the road so I went in for some food. For the first time ever I saw that no one would accept a credit card! Not a high end restaurant nor Burger King! I tried at least six. I was so freaked out and starving I went back to this hotel. The directed me to a bank, on the way to the hotel called Construction Bank. They had two ATMs! I grabbed 20 bucks worth of local currency and turned on Trip Advisor to show me some local restaurants. No good! Scrambled. Every map showed two opposite directions for every selection. I was able to find something and went back to the hotel for a much need rest after 16 hours on the road out of NY. My iPad was actually weird too! I shut it down. Knowing that this country leads the world in Internet censorship and having already deleted the most heavy handed tracker I've ever had on my phone I was grateful to get back on that train and get out of there!
Now, I didn't do anything I needed to hide from the host country. I just am naturally averse to any invasion of personal freedom/ privacy. As a matter of fact I threw away the Chinese SIMM card as soon as I landed in Kuala Lumpur! My electronic stuff went back to normal with a card from the airport at KL! Watch out!
03 Oct 2017
Close to Exhibition
15 minute's walk to Exhibition.
10 minutes walk to Maglev Station.
Nice neighborhood. Clean rooms.
If you are visiting exhibition, this is an economical solution. Avoid expensive hotels and invest in good goods!
04 Mar 2018
Chinese Maglev 430km/h
We had the opportunity to rode the Maglev train while in Shanghai from Jinjiang station to the airport.
A short but very quick trip that took just over 7 minutes one way.
I have travelled in the Shinkansen many times in Japan and this appears just as smooth and fast.... a lot faster. The expectation of the returning Maglev on the other line passing you in the opposite direction at 320 km/h is exciting and done in a flash.
Glad we did this while in China.