Property Location With a stay at Shanghai Han Ting Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Shanghai, within a 15-minute drive of The
Property Location With a stay at Shanghai Han Ting Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Shanghai, within a 15-minute drive of The Bund and Shanghai Tower. This hotel is 5.4 mi (8.8 km) from Jing'an Temple and 1.9 mi (3 km) from Nanjing Road Shopping District.
Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 142 air-conditioned guestrooms. Complimentary wired Internet access is available to keep you connected. Partially open bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature rainfall showerheads and complimentary toiletries. Conveniences include desks and complimentary bottled water, and housekeeping is provided daily.
Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and tour/ticket assistance.
Business, Other Amenities Featured amenities include luggage storage and an elevator (lift). Limited parking is available onsite.
Check in/out Hotel Check-in Time is 2 PM, Check-out Time is 12 PM.
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 2 reviews
VERY GOOD 11 reviews
AVERAGE 15 reviews
POOR 3 reviews
TERRIBLE 4 reviews
Friends getaway Traveller
21 Jan 2015
Cockroach for breakfast
This Han Ting Hotel is in one of the not so nice areas of Shanghai. The elevators and reception area look more like one of a hot-sheet hotel. And most of the chinese guest are probably really those which do not stay to long in a Hotel. Most of the electric in the rooms does not work, and you really don't want to use the A/C. The bathroom again seems kind of clean, the shower head was broken and for the first 2-3minutes only cold water was available. All in all it's one of the places you don't really want to stay in.
12 Apr 2016
I think several of the reviews here are not for the hotel actually at this address. As a few people have noted, this hotel is not part of the 'Hanting' chain. This hotel is dismal. The worst hotel we've stayed at across 6 cities in China and 9 months in China. It's not just 'a bit dirty' or 'a bit worse for wear' - it's barely fit for a place to crash after a night out (why we stayed!).
If you want a budget room to sleep and shower in, you can do substantially better for your money -- check out a Motel 168 or a 7 Days Inn or the like.
The walls were filthy with splashes of who-knows-what, the bathroom was mouldy and the sink/shower in clear need of some bleach, there was a thick (and I mean *thick*) layer of dust covering absolutely everything, and most furniture in the room was in serious need of repair.
No 'ceiling' light in our room, just bedside lamps.
Windows single-glazed and not able to close properly.
Wires and pipes covered with masking tape and draped all over the place. Covered in dust, obviously.
Lift and communal areas are similarly grim -- giant tub of laundry didn't move during our stay there, and there was litter (bottles, packets, etc) on the floors of the corridors.
No hairdryer in room or available to borrow at front desk.
No useable free toiletries (the 'shampoo' didn't even foam up).
Toilet roll wasn't even proper toilet roll.
No regard for smoking restrictions, and the poor quality of the doors etc means that you will be able to smell the smoke from other peoples rooms in your own.
There were not only prostitute business cards under your door, but littered all over the floors of the corridors. By the sound of it, there are many sex workers operating out of rooms there (there is no sound insulation at all).
Staff didn't take copies of our passports, or even ask to see them -- which I'm pretty sure is negligence on their part and could get us into trouble for not registering with the police.
Friends getaway Traveller
07 May 2014
The main draw of this hotel is the fact that you will pay a very low price for a clean, air conditioned room. This was fine for the purposes of my stay, but do not expect more than that. The area is a locals' area, which means there is a great opportunity in the morning to walk along the street and see the mass of food sellers stood in doorways. If you are expecting tourist bars/shops, this is not it, but all that is a short taxi or metro ride away, it is only two stops from East Nanjing Road.
Solo travel Traveller
05 Nov 2017
Great Bargain in Shanghai (Esp....
Like the place is rundown, dirty hallways broken and dirty rooms with temporary cheap fixes, But its not bad at all for the price you pay the double room i pay 120rmb a night that has two beds full working air con, working hot water and basic hotel toiletries tooth brush etc. Like thats a massive steal. Especially since close to all cheap hotels donot allow foreigners at their properties.
if your not to bothered with the little dirt and worn out furniture and fittings ,spend little time in the room this place is awesome. For one you get a room to yourself that sleeps 4. staff are friendly and no room deposit required at all so check in and out is as fast as it gets.
Call girls cards are widely thrown under every door and visible in hallways. Area wise its basically downtown and a 5 minute walk from the Metro Station which within 3 stops gets you to most of every major tourist attraction. Small Chinese Stores directly outside the entrance for chinese food, snacks and drinks. Big malls just 5 minutes walk away.
My new Shanghai weekend Hotel with the Jitai Chain down Peoples square and juggle between each.
Friends getaway Traveller
09 Dec 2015
Okay for small budgets
Stayed here with two others (all three are uni students) in a triple room for three nights. Got a decent price of $198 AUD for all three nights.
Rooms are clean, bathrooms are ageing.
Good for people who just was a bed and don't care much about the room.
It's better if you know Chinese when dealing with the front counter.
The place is definitely very old but not dilapidated. The area is an interesting mix of the old Shanghai and new shopping complexes that have been built less than 300 metres away.
Don't expect any taxis to want to pick you up or drop you off from the hotel.
The North Sichuan Station is 5 minutes away so head there and go to East Nanjing Road.