Situated on Wanping Road, Xujiahui Park Hotel is reachable in a 40-minute drive from Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The property
Situated on Wanping Road, Xujiahui Park Hotel is reachable in a 40-minute drive from Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The property is accessible within a 15-minute drive of East Nanjing Road Subway Station and Peoples Square. Catering to the needs of business delegates, on-site meeting rooms and the business centre come with state-of-the-art facilities, and have internet access. For recreation and wellness, the hotel features gym, sauna, beauty parlour, and chess and card room. Indoor golf practice and eurhythmics classes further add to the excitement of guests. Other conveniences on offer include 24-hour front desk, gift shop, and free parking and Wi-Fi.
All 120 rooms and suites are elegantly styled to represent a fusion of contemporary and classic decor, and feature floor-to-floor carpeting, floor-to-ceiling windows, bedside lamp and a small couch area. Common in-room amenities include tea/coffee maker, refrigerator, satellite TV, telephone and internet access. En suite bathrooms come with hairdryer, slippers and required toiletries.
Savour a variety of Chinese and Western dishes with a fine selection of cocktails, champagne and beers at on-site restaurants. World-renowned fast food outlets like McDonalds and Pizza Hut are within 10 minutes drive of the hotel. The Indian Kitchen Restaurant, serving a variety of Indian dishes, is accessible within 5 minutes drive from here.
Depicting the natural history of Shanghai, the Shanghai Natural History Museum is almost a 15-minute drive from here.
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.
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15 Oct 2016
Within walking distance of Xuj....
This hotel is called "Wanping jiu dian" in Chinese. Taxi drivers are unlikely to understand "Xujiahui Park", so its best to mention the hotel is located at the "Wanping Lu, Zhaojiabang lu" intersection.
The hotel was of fair price value given the location and room condition. The upper floors (perhaps floor 12 upwards) have been renovated to give them a clean modern look. These rooms are very comfortable. Other rooms (e.g. Level 8) were still at the time in need of renovation. The older rooms have a dreary look and feel to them. My wife (who is Chinese) felt very uncomfortable in the older rooms.
I have to say this is a place where I have experienced one of the fastest internet connections. I had no issues with connecting my corporate laptop and holding conference calls.
It takes about 15-20 minutes to walk to Tianyaoqiao Road (Lu), where all the hustle bustle is.
Overall, comfortable for the price.
13 Sep 2015
Convenient option for stay in ....
The hotel is conveniently located near a metro station, and in close proximity to several shopping centers and malls. It also overlooks chihuahua Xujiahui Park, and is walking distance from the largest pub street in Shanghai. In terms of amenities, it offers everything a business traveler would need - WiFi, spacious rooms, good breakfast (even for foreigners) and some of the staff can communicate effectively in English.
I stayed there twice, for a combined 4 weeks in total. Would recommend!
11 Nov 2014
Good for the Price, Don't Expe....
For starters the location of this Hotel was key for my 5 night stay. Located 10-15 minute walk from XuJiaHui (BuyNow, Grand Gateway) and about 8-10 minute walk away from HengShan Lu Subway stop on line 1. The staff are friendly depending on who you may get. A couple of the staff were not so helpful/impolite, but during check out the two girls at the counter were very nice.
The Room- well the room was fine I'd give it a rating of 7/10, BUT the biggest issue was the carpeted floor was very old showing a good number of what looked like soda/red wine stains. The size of the room was very nice, Superior Queen Bed. Bathroom was also spacious with a bathtub that could fit my 6'0" height comfortably. So in a nutshell, don't pay attention to the floor and you'll be pleased. As for breakfast/restaurant..... We never went. With Grand Gateway so close to walk my guest and I enjoyed eating at the Element Fresh located there.
24 Oct 2014
The Wanping hotel was, and maybe is, owned by the tax authority. It has a spartan, stringent, and formal feel. The property was, and possibly is, meant primarily for Chinese travellers, although breakfast has western options.
It is a 4-star property, and thus choice is limited. Yet, the bigger need is renovation, from the English letters on the façade to the bathrooms, and most urgently, to the gym. The machines are ancient, causing irritation and possibly injury. My muscles were super sore. Also, the lifts are snail slow.
There are, however, a plethora of options on the spa menu. I went for a Chinese massage. Initially the receptionist was disappointingly unethical. She decided to show me only the more expensive choice, forgetting that President Xi has forbidden corruption. With some prodding, she eventually showed me all. I went for the higher priced one; it was not bad. Two years ago, my therapist wore a knock-off Singapore Airlines flight attendant uniform, which was exotic, but it may have given the wrong impression: Welcome to the mile high club! Now, the therapist wore a blouse and skirt: making it like a formal in-office treatment. Government excess - gifting - is being well tamed!
02 Jan 2014
We were there for 3 nights in the December. At the time, it was quite cold in Shanghai, so the heat, comfortable blankets and decent hot water pressure were all welcome.
The room comes w/ small perks including combs, q-tips, body lotion, slippers, robes, 2 bottles of complimentary water each day and a safe. The safe didn't work at first due to low battery, but we mentioned this to concierge and they had this fixed.
Location wise it suited us quite well, and is about a 5-10 min walk to Xujiahui station.
The things we weren't so fond of about the hotel were that the washroom looked a bit old, only had a stationary shower head, and wasn't designed very well in my opinion, in terms of placement of towels, and areas to hang clothes. A second thing was that there was only wifi in the lobby, and although it was a quite large lobby, there was limited seating to only 6 people. It also bothered us that they did not enforce non-smoking rules.
Overall, we felt it was a good stay, and hopefully if they implement a few changes, would consider staying there again.
ps. I think they actually brand themselves Wanping Hotel on site.