The Rainbow is close to Honquaio Airport and tran station and yet closeenough to down town.
Check in is actually ok - the hotel a bit dated, but not bad at all for the money. I would definatly recommend it.
The only negative is getting a Taxi - that can be a real pain and you will easily loose it with the people outside who do little to help. Better to walk down the road and hail one for yourself
I have stayed in this hotel several times. On a scale of 1-10 its about an 7. Most of the staff speaks english. Some of the rooms are still being renovated.The ones that have been renovated are very nice. A new restaurant and bar opened on 5th floor. The location is good, only a few blocks from major shopping. About 45 minutes from the Pudong airport.
At check in Kan Khao helped me and was very helpful, upgraded my room due to last experiece at this hotel and new room was superb. Had a good stay, breakfast good, close to everywhere I needed to Be. Thank you Sheraton
some rooms are good / others broken "
A WELL LOCATED HOTEL/ MOST OF THE STAFF CANT SPEAK ENGLISH / SOME ROOMS ARE GOOD / MANY ARE WITH BROKEN BED / BROKEN CURTAINS/ VERY HARD BAD
WE CHANGED OUR ROOM TWICE
BUT FOR THE PRICE AND NEARNESS TO MART/ CAN BE CONSIDERED
THE INFORMATION ABOUT KITCHENETTE ON WEBSITE IS WRONG. THEY DO HAVE KITCHENETTE/ BUT STAFF SAYS ONLY FOR PEOPLE WHO STAY FOR 1 MONTH
TO GET UTENSILS/ WE SPENT 2 DAYS
AIR CONDITIONING IN 1 ROOM WAS NOT WORKING/ WE SPENT THE NIGHT SWEATING
This district is known for its domestic airport, expatriate community, and zoo. The latter encompasses 74 hectares and is home to more than 600 species, including a giant panda. Upscale apartments and villas are high in number here and complement the many shops catering to workers from around the globe. Other highlights include the expansive Zhongshan Park, Shanghai Children’s Museum, and Liu Hai Su Art Center.