Motel 168 Shanghai Aomen Road is located in Changning district of Shanghai, at a 5-minute walk from Changshou Road metro station.
Motel 168 Shanghai Aomen Road is located in Changning district of Shanghai, at a 5-minute walk from Changshou Road metro station. Travellers coming from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport can reach the property in about 25 minutes drive. The renowned Jade Buddha Temple is only 5 minutes drive from the hotel.
Featuring wall-to-wall carpeting and wooden flooring, all rooms of the hotel are furnished with dark tone furniture. Ensuring a comfortable stay, rooms are complete with cable TV, tea and coffee maker, telephone, cosy duvets and free Wi-Fi access. Private bathrooms come with shower, hairdryer and requisite toiletries.
The friendly team at the hotels 24-hour front desk can be contacted for stay-related concerns or sightseeing advice. Free Wi-Fi access is available throughout helping guests stay in touch with their loved ones. Other facilities include laundry and dry cleaning, luggage storage, concierge, tour assistance and free parking.
Relish an array of local and international dishes along with refreshing beverages at any of restaurants and bars close by. Those yearning for homely Indian food can visit The Tandoor Restaurant, just a 10-minute drive from the property.
Take a 10-minute drive to enjoy shopping with friends and family at Plaza 66 Shopping Mall.
Facilities offered in Motel 168 Shanghai Aomen Road :
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 7 reviews
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AVERAGE 34 reviews
POOR 7 reviews
TERRIBLE 0 reviews
15 Oct 2010
Pay More and Stay Somewhere El....
We sadly booked this hotel (through Expedia) for a week whilst waiting for a ferry to Japan. We originally meant to stay in Shanghai only a few days but because of Golden Week the trains were full to Xian etc. As we are trying to travel on a budget we had to keep the cost fairly low. In hindsight we wished we had paid double to stay somewhere else.
The surrounding area is supposed to be quiet, it is far from that. We can only describe the immediate area to be very run down and incredibly smelly. Businesses were washing their cooking pots, clothes etc in the street. Leaving a scummy waxy mess for you to walk over.
The staff at the hotel seemed to either do their minimum or pretend you weren't there.
The room itself had two of the hardest beds ever, we actually had bruises. The furniture and decor was old and grimy. Our windows, even though they were double glazed, had a gap in them and we could hear all from the street below.
When the staff decided to service the room they left us with towels that you would use to dry your dog with, and never bothered to fill the liquid soap dispenser. When we ran water in the bathroom basin we were met with a horrendous drain smell.
The only good thing with the room was the water pressure in the shower, very powerful. But then it leaked afterwards.
It actually put a downer on our whole Shanghai trip. Would never stay again.
17 Aug 2012
Not worth staying especially f....
I stayed in Motel168 for 4 nights. I was hesitant and apprehensive to stay in this hotel but my Chinese friend already booked it and I got a cheap rate for a standard room. The room was located on the ground floor all the way at the end near the emergency exit. Upon entering the room smelled musty. Rooms looked old and basic. There were 2 twins beds, TV, table, small wooden closet to hang clothes. The bed was not a spring bed. It felt like sleeping on a piece of wood, very hard. The bathroom had a shower (which had good water flow), basic amenities. Towels were worn out and tattered. Walls were thin so you could hear people talking, moving about in the mornings. Staff do not speak English. The location isn't bad, 7 mins walk to the nearest subway Line 7, but for tourists it's not convenient as you need to go to a more centralized area to eat, sight see. I wouldn't recommend this hotel for foreigners even though it's one of the very few chinese hotel chains that accept foreigners. It's better to pay a bit more but stay in an International chain like Ibis.
13 Dec 2011
Poor service, poor cleanliness
The quality standard is quite low. You can better go to an international brand such Holiday Inn for additional 15 USD/night. The rooms are very small, the cleanliness of toilet is not the best... and if you ask for a non-smoking room, no worries you will get anyway a smoking room.
The communication problem is another issue, sometimes nobody on duty will manage to communicate in another language different than Chinese =(