No.113 Sinan Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai, China
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About Motel 168 Sinan Road
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
Located in the Huangpu district of Beijing, Motel 168 Sinan Road is only 5 minutes' walk from Dapuqiao subway station. Travellers
Located in the Huangpu district of Beijing, Motel 168 Sinan Road is only 5 minutes' walk from Dapuqiao subway station. Travellers can access the property in around 35 minutes' drive from Shanghai Pudong International Airport. Major points of interest, such as the Shanghai Arts and Crafts Museum and Yu Garden are within 15 minutes' drive of the hotel.
Plush bedding, light hues and large windows are the highlights of the hotel's 159 exquisitely designed rooms. All air-conditioned guest rooms are appointed with air conditioning, flat-screen TV, telephone, tea and coffee maker and work desk. Private bathrooms feature hairdryer, shower and essential toiletries.
Regarding any query or concern, feel free to communicate with the hotel's friendly staff available round the clock at the front desk. In addition, conveniences like complimentary parking and Wi-Fi access ensure a hassle-free experience.
A buffet breakfast offered by the hotel includes a variety freshly baked products and refreshing beverages. Relish lip-smacking burgers and fries at the popular McDonald's Restaurant, barely 10 minutes' walk from here. Suffice the craving for flavoursome biryani and Indian curries at The Tandoor Restaurant, merely 5 minutes' drive away.
Spend a fun-filled day at the popular Jinjiang Action Park, accessible in 15 minutes by car.
This is a basic place, but the rooms are better than the impression you get from the lobby. Good area, near metro, food, shopping. The bed is comfortable, shower nice, good value.
The food court in the metro station is extensive.
07 Oct 2017
Good value for money, don't ex....
Great location, around the corner from TianZifang's fascinating alleyways but hotel is just the room you pay for. No restaurant or amenities so if you are happy with the location and price, go for it. We asked to move rooms due to the bed being so creaky only to be moved to a slightly less creaky bed. I wouldn't stay again but the price was good versus location, especially in Mid-Autumn festival where the subways were crazy, it was better to be close to a few attractions. The hotel somehow messed up the check-in process and we were getting calls from CTip so see if we had checked-in or not, so experience really average over all.
14 Dec 2016
Centrally located, near Tianzi....
this place is a simple and clean place. The knowledge of English among the friendly receptionists is quite low.
The heating at my room, 6526, was a bit low. The remote control of the TV was in chinese only. Besides that everything was functioning. A small refrigerator would be a good addition to the rooms. WiFi is functioning at the reception area onlyThere is a "KTV" next door but there is no noise reaching to the hotel. The only small negative aspect was that every evening some call cards of "massage ladies" are pushed into the room. The 168 as well as the 268 are good for budget-conscious travellers, at 250 CNY per night. I will most likely lodge there again in 2017!
Friends getaway Traveller
20 May 2010
the only good thing is its loc....
this 'motel' is terrible, and thankfully we only stayed there for one night. the beds are the hardest we ever had in china and the service is non-existant. apparently there is a breakfast included but they scammed us and made us pay, and at that point no one spoke english anymore. (the breakfast is terrible anyways, there was a bug crawling into the jam).
the one night we stayed there, a few drunkards were sitting in the lobby passed out. the one gentleman then threw up all over the floor, coffee table, and himself. after returning after about 30 minutes, he was still sitting there, and the front desk staff had no intention of doing anything about it. i was surprised that it was even cleaned in the morning when we gladly checked out.
the rooms themselves are small, and fairly clean but still seem dirty, its hard to explain. there is a constant noise in the building so bring earplugs. the only good thing about it is the location, which is right by the art district, which i would recommend everyone go to when they visit shanghai. very fun at night!
overall i would never stay at this hotel again, ever. i'd rather sleep on the street.