Conveniently located in the Zhabei District of Shanghai, LongMen Hollyear Hotel Shanghai is just a 3-minute drive from Shanghai Railway
Conveniently located in the Zhabei District of Shanghai, LongMen Hollyear Hotel Shanghai is just a 3-minute drive from Shanghai Railway Station. The popular People's Square and the upscale shopping and entertainment district of Xintiandi are merely 10 minutes drive away. For corporate use, the hotel offers state-of-the-art meeting rooms. Stay fit with health sessions at the fully equipped fitness centre on site. For a much more convenient stay, concierge service, luggage storage and Wi-Fi are available here.
The hotel offers 354 contemporary rooms which are subtly furnished and feature comfortable beddings and dark wood furniture. All rooms are provided with modish amenities like air conditioning, satellite TV, mini bar, tea/coffee maker, work desk and Wi-Fi. Spotless bathrooms have requisite toiletries, shower and hairdryer.
Savour scrumptious traditional delicacies and a wide range of exquisite drinks served at the on-site dining venue. Guests can explore nearby restaurants to relish local and international fare. For lip-smacking Indian delicacies, head to the Masala Art Restaurant at a 10-minute drive from here.
Enjoy a scenic walk in the lush greenery of Yu Garden, roughly 15 minutes drive from the property.
Facilities offered in LongMen Hollyear Hotel Shanghai :
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 11 reviews
VERY GOOD 59 reviews
AVERAGE 34 reviews
POOR 8 reviews
TERRIBLE 1 reviews
18 Jan 2018
Cold and Smoke-filled
This is by far the worst Vienna International Hotel I’ve stayed in. Shanghai was experiencing very cold weather and the room was either ice-cold or overheated. The thermostat has only one temperature (disregard the dial, it means nothing) and that’s hot. Unfortunately, not hot enough to warm up the room unless it runs for hours. Thankfully, the housekeeper left her key card in the slot after the second day so the room could warm up.
The carpet in the rooms is filthy—stained and grubby over all. Definitely a ‘keep your socks on’ kind of place.
The bathroom is ice cold also...the heat doesn’t seem to get in there. Water pressure and water temperature in the shower was good.
There do not appear to be any non-smoking areas of this hotel except for the lobby (also ice-cold; even the desk staff had their winter coats on). Rooms smelled strongly of stale smoke, people were smoking in rooms with the doors open and in the halls...and in one instance, in the elevator.
The bed was fairly comfortable (very firm mattress, as is typical) and bed linens were clean and pressed.
Breakfast was on the lobby level and you may as well have been eating outdoors as a constant cold breeze flowed through. Selections were just OK. When the yams are the best thing for breakfast, you know it’s not great! Coffee is premade with sugar and milk already added. They did fry fresh eggs; get ‘em while they are hot.
WiFi was available but slow during peak hours. I recommend using a VPN.
I would avoid this hotel.
18 Mar 2017
Carry your own bags
My company put me up in this hotel earlier this month. Location is excellent, rooms are reasonably spacious but the positives stop there.
Front office staff are a bunch of bungling inexperienced comedians! There is no bell boy service so if you are an overseas visitor, GOD help you because none of the staff can speak more than two words in English.
Bedspread torn, table lamp not working, plug point has a loose contact ... these are normal state of affairs in this hotel and I experienced this in both the rooms that I stayed.
If you want your bags brought down from the room do not expect any help. Breakfast is ordinary but has some variety. If you are vegetarian, be happy with the fried eggs, fried bread and fruits. I honestly dont know what a wine bar is doing in this hotel. They block lounge access for hotel guests and visitors at specific times of the day. Parking lot is always jammed.
Book this place cheap since that's the only way you will get value for money! The 3.5 stars rating they claim is totally not justified. The brand positioning they use for advertising is a CON GAME!
26 Nov 2016
Indian Hotel Vedas
I have been in shanghai china for about 15 days and had a lunch and dinner in hotel VEDAS, it's really typical Indian cuisine. I loved it for it's food quality and Indian taste.
People serving food are very good and cooperative.
28 Jun 2015
Valuble for price except servi....
The reception won't greeting to you and without any smile when i check in. the room size is good, but the design and the goods in the bath room is not like a four-star hotel as it was rated. The location is good, if you want to the railway station, and also you can book a taxi by using Uber to the airport. Old fashion decorated. And the Chinese name shall be translated as Vienna International Hotel, not Hollyear. So the hotel afraid something? Hahahaha
Solo travel Traveller
17 Apr 2013
don't go with high expectation....
I stayed in this hotel for 3 nights, I found the staff to be welcoming and friendly, english not fluent but I was able to get by, by using a translator app. They understand basic words like "passport, key and taxi". The entrance is spacious, clean and the decor beautiful. The room itself was ample size for myself with a separate sofa area. The bath was small and didn't run "hot" water. The shower was powerful though. The room was clean and had everything I needed, including complimentary bottled water and tea. I did however order room service by leaving a menu on my door handle and it was not collected and therefore I did not receive breakfast, so I was a little bit "peeved" to say the least! The bed was hard but that is normal for china. Wifi is available in the lobby and there are only Chinese channels on TV. The location was right by the train station and therefore Shanghai quite accessible. I have no major complaints about this hotel. It is not perfect and I have stayed in better but I would not say that this hotel is terrible. Just don't go with high expectations and you won't be disappointed.