Occupying a prime location in Lujiazui, the opulent Yalong International Hotel is a mere 10-minute drive from Shanghai Oriental Art
Occupying a prime location in Lujiazui, the opulent Yalong International Hotel is a mere 10-minute drive from Shanghai Oriental Art Centre. The hotels dedicated tour desk assists with travel and car rental arrangements. Recreational amenities at the property include a gym, sauna, karaoke hall, disco and games room. Versatile and well-equipped, the hotels meeting rooms are ideally suited for hosting a large-scale business gathering. It also features a business centre, beauty salon and offers currency exchange, taxi service, laundry, parking and complimentary internet access.
Thoughtfully appointed and beautifully decorated, the hotels 409 rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with views of the Shanghai skyline and separate living area. Flat-screen television with satellite channels, desk, personal safe, tea/coffee maker, mini bar and free internet access are some of the common amenities in these air-conditioned rooms. Select rooms feature an additional facility of a personal computer. En suite bathrooms are provided with shower/bathtub facility along with premium toiletries.
A scrumptious Cantonese meal can be enjoyed at the in-house Wan He Xuan Restaurant. In addition, the property also features a western restaurant. Cravings for homely Indian food can be satisfied at Bollywood Indian Restaurant, only a 10-minute drive away.
Guests interested in the rich art and culture of the region should definitely visit the Shanghai Museum, around 20 minutes drive from the hotel.
Facilities offered in Yalong International 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 6 reviews
VERY GOOD 26 reviews
AVERAGE 26 reviews
POOR 6 reviews
TERRIBLE 8 reviews
14 Jun 2014
We stayed 4 Nights in this hotel. Rooms are not as spacious as other hotels in China ( 4star). Location is OK there are lot of small shops near by for Fruits, Cola etc. Breakfast was served on second floor. Mainly Chinese food served in the breakfast, very limited western/ continental food available. Need to wait for elevator for almost 5-10 minutes every time you come to hotel or go out of you room. Just average hotel to stay.
11 Apr 2015
Good Hotel with multiple resta....
The OneHome yalong Hotel has a number of art works in a fashionable lobby area. At least one English speaking attendant is on duty at the check-in at all times I used the check-in. There are 4 restaurants icluding two Chinese, one hot pot, and one Japanese Teppanyaki style restaurant.
The rooms are reasonably large but the shower was small. They has big fluffy towels and plenty of hot water. There was black and green tea but no coffee. The bed was large and comfortable. The room was clean but there was a large cigarrette burn and a stain on the carpet.
They have an internet cable beside the desk, if you want a WIFI modem, the check-in desk will send one up to your room. The reviewer who said there is no internet should read the information attached to the internet cable in two languages before inaccurately reviewing.
The view frowm the 16th floor had both the new buildings near the Bund and the Oriental Pearl on the skyline. It was quiet.
All things considered, the hotel was at least as good or better than hotels I have stayed in in the US that cost more or the same.
Subway access is available with a 7 or 8 inute walk. The Hunan restaurant at the corner is excellent.
17 Jul 2014
Awful. No good.
Stayed here because of its good reviews on another site. First room we received had never been cleaned. Hair and many stains on the floor, disgusting couches, filthy bathroom floor, and peeling drywall. We informed the front desk and were told that we could have it cleaned then and there or wait the following day. That was not acceptable and they eventually showed us another room. It appeared to be much cleaner, but still not the expected quality from the pictures and the reviews.
Floors were still stained but at least vacuumed and the refrigerator wasn't plugged in. One of the beds was a pad covering what seemed to be a wooden box. We took it. After we got back to the room on our second day, we found cards for call girls in our hotel room door and noticed them at other rooms as well. In addition, we found disgusting stains on the couch and filthy socks in the large closet on our way out.
Checked out early because of the cleanliness.
20 May 2016
Rooms are spacious but not wit....
As a large group (120) there were not many places we could go, so we could not be too fussy, however the rooms were smelling of cigarettes, burn marks on the carpet floor and the bathroom must have been modelled on an 80's Swedish sauna. The beds were the softest we had slept on in two weeks (and that is saying something)! The breakfast was ok and the staff seemed nice. Because we were such a large group we did get a late checkout however and use of the service elevator to ease lift congestion. Cannot comment on how close it was to transport as we were on buses the entire time.
Friends getaway Traveller
14 Jan 2017
Not worth the price
I believe this hotel has seen better days. My room was on the 9th floor and was apparently a family room. It definitely did not look like the room photos posted here, but, it's China, so I'm not surprised.
Rooms would have been nicer if they bothered to maintain it, but it's rather rundown. Cigarette burnt carpets, yellow stained sheets with holes, and they did not even have extra pillows for an international hotel.
The room's heater is pathetically useless in winter, the windows can barely keep out the cold air.
Not a choice to stay here if it was not just 2 junctions from where my friend lived.