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Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
680 East Nanjing Road Huangpu District Shanghai, China
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About Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Jin Jiang East Asia Hotel situated on Nanjing Road, Huangpu District is conveniently located just 600 m from Peoples Square Metro
Jin Jiang East Asia Hotel situated on Nanjing Road, Huangpu District is conveniently located just 600 m from Peoples Square Metro Station. Guests can reach the property in roughly 50 minutes' drive from Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The world-famous Madame Tussauds and Shanghai Museum are reachable within 5 minutes drive. Corporate guests can make use of the modern business facilities available on site. Tour desk, currency exchange, laundry, ticket assistance and Wi-Fi ensure a pleasant stay.
Accommodation at the hotel is offered in 164 elegantly designed rooms which are clean and spacious. Modern in-room amenities include air conditioning, TV with satellite channels, work desk and telephone. Well-kept private bathrooms come with shower facility and requisite toiletries.
Relish exotic Chinese and international delicacies along with refreshing wines and cocktails, served at the restaurant on site. Moreover guests can drop by the several nearby restaurants which serve delicious fare from around the world. Lovers of Indian food can head to the Tandoor Restaurant just a 10-minute drive away.
Indulge in shopping for high-end brands and designer apparels at the famous People Square, merely 5 minutes drive from the hotel.
Facilities offered in Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street :
Jinjiang Inn Shanghai Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street 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.
User rating & reviews
Read about experiences of fellow travellers who have stayed at this hotel.
EXCELLENT 24 reviews
VERY GOOD 107 reviews
AVERAGE 40 reviews
POOR 18 reviews
TERRIBLE 13 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
05 Oct 2017
Convenient but bad area
Hotel itself is convenient, 2 subway stations nearby connecting you to almost anywhere in shanghai and 10-15 mins walk to the bund.. and a great price of under 500 RMB/night, room was spotless and air conditioning worked well.. Also wifi worked perfectly except that chinese Internet blocks nearly all the known social media websites , my problem was in the nanjing east road, the crowd was unbearable and loads of tourist traps with no quality shopping options, you can akip their breakfast cuz though its cheap ( 30 rmb/person) yet its mainly catering for the Chinese guest, theres a 7 eleven store by the bund where u can stock up.. next time i guess i would choose a hotel in nanjing west road or the French concession, or the bund if i had a higher budget.
11 Jul 2017
right smack in the middle of n....
Location wise is great. As a member of Jinjiang Inn, the hotel rates is only half! Its about 30 mins walk to the bund area. Restaurant are everywhere and you can get good, reasonable halal food just across the street.
20 Jan 2018
Shady, Dishonest, Bad Location....
Simply put: I suggest that you avoid this hotel, especially if you are a foreigner.
Unbelievably shady practices. So bad, in fact, that I had to record my interactions with them just to make sure I had evidence for later (should any issues arise with my bank).
First off, the representatives at the front desk want each occupant of a particular room to pay a security deposit of 500 RMB. If there are two of you, that’s 1,000 RMB.
However, non-foreigners pay only 200 RMB for two occupants.
Also, if you book your room on CTRIP (or any other booking company) and arrive before the check-in time, the representative will try to persuade you to cancel your reservation with the company so that he or she can directly give you a room.
Moreover, even if you originally booked a room with a window, they will initially give you a room without a window. If you tell them that you want a window, he or she will then say, "Pay an additional 20 RMB a day."
Notably, there’s very little space to move around in the lobby and at the front desk. Guests are constantly bumping into things. Imagine 20 or 30 people trying to check in and having to navigate their luggage around the hotels questionably placed stanchions (i.e., those upright bars, posts, or frames forming a support or barrier).
If you unfortunately find yourself at the back entrance of the hotel (which many did while I was there), be prepared to lug/lift your things around those tight corners and tightly packed crowds. If you were tired when you got there, you’ll be even more tired afterward.
It didn’t take me long to realize that this is a poorly managed and poorly designed hotel. I'm glad that I didn’t stay long enough to realize just how bad it really is.
Thankfully, I’m now at five-star hotel that gave me a complimentary upgrade. I now have five windows with a gorgeous view of Shanghai.
Remember: You don’t have to settle for Jinjiang Inn. There are plenty of other hotels in the area.
Friends getaway Traveller
05 Nov 2017
Convenient location, standard ....
This hotel is located on the busy pedestrian Nanjing East Road. It's also called the East Asia Hotel, so look for that sign. If walking toward the river from the Nanjing Street metro station, it'll be a few minutes down on your left.
The hotel is an average 2-3 star hotel. We had a queen bed, bathroom, mini fridge, water and tea, and a tv with one English station. Our room was nice, but it faced the pedestrian street, so it was kind of loud. Thankfully we're not light sleepers. Our friends had a lower level twin room with tiny window that faced another building. Their room was very quiet and they had wifi since they were a few floor lower, but their room had the smell of old smoke. They ran the AC with the window open and that helped, but it did make their room cold.
Location-wise, this hotel is great for travelers. Lots of shops and restaurants nearby, walking distance to two metro stations, walking distance to the river and the Shanghai Museum. I'd stay here again just for that. We never saw any hookers or sketchy characters, but then again, we were generally in our rooms by 9-10pm.
One word of warning! We booked through Booking.com. Apparently, we had a check-in window of 2-6pm. That's it. Well, our flight from Xian was 2 hours late, so we arrived at the hotel after around 7:30pm. We go to check in and... "Sorry, but you don't have a reservation. It's after 6pm." What? We've never had that happen before. They did have two rooms available but one was a higher price (about $30/nt more) and the other one was actually a cheaper price but a lesser quality room. With the desk staff not speaking a lot of English, checking in was an ordeal.
Also, this hotel doesn't have a lobby. It's weird, but the check-in desk is literally in the back of an open hallway off of the street. No front door to the hotel. There are two elevators and a popular restaurant on the second floor; you need to have a room key to access levels 3+.
Solo travel Traveller
25 Oct 2017
I stayed here for one night, sept 30. location is just great for walking--right in the middle of things. I came by subway from the airport. but heads up: if you're coming from out of town, subway isn't that close, and it's a pedestrian-only street, so i guess if you have too much luggage to handle, you'd taxi to a street a block away. my room was adequate (I didn't pay for the high priced spread), so I can't complain. cramped, but i expect that in the middle of a big city. however, i was very disappointed in the service i got there. I asked the people at the front desk when i checked in if they had subway maps in english, and they said no. I showed them a map of shanghai and pointed to a place i wanted to visit and asked if i could get there by subway, and they said no. then i went to the subway, and luckily bumped into some westerners who had a subway map in english--i asked where they'd gotten it (i'd already asked subway employees, who didn't have any), and they said their hotel gave it to them :). then I figured out how to easily get to the place i wanted to visit by subway. then that night i had no hot--even warm--water in my room, so after literally walking all over town for 10 hours in pouring rain, i couldn't take a shower. (OK, you could argue that I'd had a continuous one all day :).) so i would probably not return to this hotel, altho maybe its location location location, as they say in the real estate world, would cause me to reconsider. but i'd be ambivalent.
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