No.153, Zhaozhou Road, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200011, China
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About Shanghai Celadon Theme Hotel
check-in 2 PM | check-out 11 AM
A 5-minute walk from Laoximen metro station, Shanghai Celadon Theme Hotel is located in the Huangpu district of Shanghai. The famous
A 5-minute walk from Laoximen metro station, Shanghai Celadon Theme Hotel is located in the Huangpu district of Shanghai. The famous Shanghai Museum and Shanghai Temple of the Town God are reachable in a 10-minute drive from here. Moreover, the property can be reached in about 30 minutes' drive from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport.
Featuring modish decor and wooden flooring, the hotel's themed rooms are complete with air conditioning, flat-screen TV with satellite channels, tea and coffee maker, desk and free wired internet access. Stylish bathrooms come with hairdryer, shower facility, complimentary toiletries and hot and cold water supply.
Those wishing to make the most of their visit to Shanghai can avail tour and ticket assistance from the hotel. Guests can make use of bicycle rental service from the hotel to explore nearby areas at their own pace. Besides, meeting facilities, luggage storage, 24-hour reception and laundry and dry cleaning services are also on offer.
A number of restaurants and bars serving authentic Chinese delicacies and drinks can be found in the hotel's vicinity. Those fond of juicy burgers, wraps and fries can take a 15-minute drive to McDonald's. In addition, Masala Art Indian restaurant is reachable in a 10-minute drive from the hotel.
Guests can visit the Oriental Pearl TV Tower for unparalleled views of the city, accessible in about 15 minutes by car.
Facilities offered in Shanghai Celadon Theme Hotel :
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 1 reviews
VERY GOOD 7 reviews
AVERAGE 13 reviews
POOR 6 reviews
TERRIBLE 9 reviews
Solo travel Traveller
03 Oct 2016
Worst hotel ever
So you think you have stayed at a bad hotel. Think again. You get to a crazy backstreet with a giant fruit and veg shop and the taxi driver tells you we are here. Its when you enter your room you realise man should have spent a night on the street as a hobo. Looking back there was a few red flags like the weird people hanging out in the lobby reception area possibly for free WiFi. The room itself had holes in the flooring and the place is fit for a third world gulag. Dirty floors have never been cleaned and they even have used slippers used man lucky there is a dollar shop next door that sellers new slippers. The holes in the towels are like its been around since the cultural revolution. The shower screens have mold and its the kind mighty Ajax can't defeat. Raining in shanghai attracts mosquito's in the millions and the windows are left open to air out the plague Philip Morris left. You will get eaten alive by mozzies! I survived the next morning to find the reception guy sleeping on the couch I had to wake him up. It was a living nightmare.
Friends getaway Traveller
02 Aug 2016
Newver go there
This is not a 3 star hotel. It is awful place with ants all around, dirt everywhere. Stink in the elevator corridors in the room. The walls were dirty, the bed is old and dirty. Really awful place. I'm really not recommended it at all. The only one plus is localisation near metro station about 5 min a walk.
Friends getaway Traveller
27 May 2016
DON'T STAY HERE. PICS ON BOOKI....
Really, don't stay here. The hotel really looks so bad. It's disgusting. The entrance is terrible, so so dirty. I am not really fussy and I decided to stay there expecting a much better room, but nooooooo. Was terrible, fungus everywhere, dirty walls, broken toilet, no bed-linner (was gross because the blanked looked really dirty). Surrounded there are abandoned houses. Yeah, it's true, it's close to the subway st. But really don;t stay here, I recomment Getting Star Hotel in Shanghai, cheaper but much better (just a little far). The pics in the websites are not true. Trash in the corridors.
Solo travel Traveller
09 Dec 2015
Good Gotel, Great Location
I stayed here for just under two weeks in November, and switched rooms a few times. I'm giving this hotel a very good rating because of its price and location. Laoximen subway station is only a minute or two away. Xintiandi is only a 10-15 minute walk away. You can even walk to The Bund in 25 minutes or so (I walk at a pretty brisk pace, so maybe add a few minutes to those times).
If you are here with friends, there is a cool lounge/sitting area on the 4th floor, but the hotel staff does not allow you to stay out there much past 10 PM, since there are rooms right across from it, including the owner's (we kind of overstayed our welcome in the lounge a few nights).
The rooms are pretty clean, although there is some minor damage on the walls, and one room I stayed in had some mold on the ceiling. The bathrooms are clean, but the showers in some of the rooms are not the greatest. It all depends on which room you get; of the 4-5 rooms I saw here, none had the same bathroom setup.
Some advice: If you are facing the hotel, try to get a room on the right side of the hotel. The reason is at about 4:30 in the morning, whoever is on the 2nd floor starts hammering (I never figured out what they were actually doing). It gets pretty annoying after a few days.
Also, there are stairs on the left side of the hotel which lead to ground level. The doors leading out to the stairs are always open. Don't bother closing them, they will just be opened again shortly after. If you have a room next to the doors, you get a nice, cold breeze blowing under your door. This is another reason to stay on the other side of the hotel.
If you've stayed in other hotels in China, such as Super 8 or Home Inn, you will be fine. If you are coming from another country and are not used to Chinese budget hotels, this might not be the place for you.
One final note: the guys at the front desk are very helpful and friendly. They understand more English than they let on. They helped me with quite a few things.
31 Jul 2015
Please, clean up!
This hotel could be described quite as a good catch. The location is great, near every sight in Shanghai (you could even walk to Xiantiandi or Yuyuan Gardens) and in a lively chinese neighborhood full of shops and street food. The price for a double room with a/c and working WiFi is one of the cheapest you can find in Shanghai!
The downside: it's dirty. And it stinks, in every corner. When we got to our room (302) we were quite disgusted by the remainings of food, insects and blood on the walls of bedroom and toilet. The bed is fortunately clean, but the rest is covered in dirt and dust. We decided to stay anyways, since other hotels were too expensive, and cleaned everything in our room by ourselves (there's a huge supermarket just next to the Metro station). After one hour of cleaning we felt good enough to stay there.
I give just two stars even if I'd actually recommend staying there if you're on a budget. Shanghai is expensive and the Celadon could spare you a lot of money. But the level of hygiene is one of the worst I've ever seen.
So yes, stay in this hotel, but bring some detergent with you!