" Beautiful Historic Hotel in the French Concession"
We loved our stay ine The Garden Hotel. The grounds are stunning. Hotel staff is so helpful. My only complaint is the bar areas are smokey smelling. The smell from the one on the Lobby level is noticable in the lobby. The one on the top floor is confined in such a small area it is very strong. Breakfast buffet in the morning had a very good selection.
Everything you would expect from the Langham brand.
Superbly upmarket building and rooms.
Five star service, excellent English skills.
Wonderful restaurant (T'ang Court).
Good location close to metro stop and central to Xintiandi. Not too far to Pudong or the Bund.
Traveller from Leeds, UK
Adjacent to one of the key Business and Shopping Districts along Huai Hai Road. This hotel will present enchanting …More
The hotel is located on Huai Hai Road very close to Xintiandi. It's great for shopping, business or tourists. The room was a service apartment with cooking facilities, a small sitting area and adequately sized separate bedroom. It's clean and generally well run. However try to bring guests to the restaurant for coffee over a meeting and it's impossible. The staff have a can't do attitude. They are not flexible and in fact are obstructive at times. The business lounge is small and not suitable for meetings with no privacy. Go outside to a coffee shop and have that meeting! Dry cleaning costs are reasonable in the hotel, but walk two blocks and save 50% by taking clothes to the cleaners yourself. Same with eat in meals. Call Sherpa's and order what you need for less cost.
Overall the location beats many hotels in the city. It's convenient, clean, runs well and having a small American sized refrigerator for food is great. Just don't expect business facilities to be available. A small meeting room for about 3 hours costs an eye watering $650 with the pencils and a bottle of water included. Want coffee? Fruit? You know that's extra!
The Hotel was nice and staff were pleasant but did lack basic English. Room was ok and kept up during the course of our stay however room was very dusty and the air conditioning did not function well enough to cool the room, always seemed to hot despite the control being set to 15. Staff were able to reset the system but again language was a problem in sorting this.
Great location on the edge of the French Quarter; close to restaurants, cafes, bars and supermarket, friendly and helpful staff, shopping ubiquitous; small hotel with comfortable rooms and basic amenities commensurate with price. Only 20 metres to the Metro, Shaanxi Rd South for Lines 1 and 10. Very easy to hail taxis outside on Huaihai Middle Rd. Unfortunately I couldn't use the restaurant on the 8th floor as large numbers of people were smoking. This precluded having breakfast there as well. Wonderful restaurant next door with access from the hotel Floor 2; great hairdressing salon in the hotel as well. A modest gym but adequate for 5 days. Internet would not connect but this was due to my laptop VPN and poor IT skills. If you want location rather than luxury, and you can handle cigarette smoke in the restaurant (or seek an alternative like me), this is a good choice. I would stay here again.
Traveller from Brisbane & Shenzhen
As the famous 3-Star Hotel in Shanghai, Mason Hotel Shanghai delivers personalized services to customers from home and …More
Great facilities make this an ideal destination hotel.
Had to be confined to the premises during the Typhoon.
Great gym with a great pool.
Great restaurants with good food.
Great bar on the 28th floor called Bar Yu.
Traveller from New York, NY
Shanghai, a cultural centre known for its fashion, commerce, and spectacular skylines, is perfect for business and leisure …More
The celebrated tree-lined Huaihai Road gives the district of Luwan a distinctly stylish feel. Just south of People’s Square, it features upscale fashion boutiques, restaurants, and department stores such as Isetan and Parkson. Try Xiang Yang Nan Lu street market for cheaper clothes and accessories and Julu Road for Western-style dining. Xintiandi is a popular nightlife area.