Fantastic levels of service. I was made to feel very welcome. I was able to check into my room early and even get breakfast when I arrived. The staff have been suoer helpful and exceeded all of my expectations. The room is comfortable and clean. A great stay.
The historical features were lovely, and the Fairmont has done a great job in updating while maintaining this atmosphere.
Very happy with EVERYTHING! I will definitely recommend to friends and re-visit in the future. Keep up the great work!
Great staff and amenities. Good restaurant choice.
Good value hotel in convenient and intresting location, approx 5-10 min walk to metro and walkable to the bund. Staff were helpful and efficient. Room was ok size for one person, cleanliness was good. Would stay again.
Basically nice n big space room. Hotel is better offer customer the airport n cruise terminal pick up. Really local taxi has bad practices to cheat by over charge n drive a longer route n cost double the fee.
Will stay here next time, professional front desk staff
This hotel has been the best stay. It’s in the center of everything close to Metro and East Nanjing Road. The room was extremely clean. I would definitely stay in this hotel again. It’a just 15 mins across the bridge to Pudong and near the bund. Lets of shopping malls around.
Modern environment, central location. Excellent gym facilities and swimming pool (assuming that the main purpose of your travel all the way to Shanghai was to swim). However, I was annoyed a little by what I consider false advertising. The hotel is a short walk (5 min at my pace, probably 10 at yours) ...
The Bund is a riverside district in Shanghai and one of the Chinese city’s best known historic destinations. It was the centre of trade and shipping in Shanghai during the first half of the 20th century and boasts a collection of grand buildings from this era. The Bund faces across the Huangpu River to Pudong and its ultra-modern collection of glass skyscrapers.
No visit to Shanghai is complete without a relaxing walk along the Bund. There is a wide paved area between the Huangpu and Zhongshan Road East. Every building along the Bund is historic. Number 33 was the UK consulate but has been given new life as the Peninsula Hotel.
At number 13, the Customs House dates from the 1920s and has a copy of London’s Big Ben clock tower on it. The old Union Building at number 3 is now a plush shopping centre, while the old home of the China Shipping Merchant Company at number 9 houses an high-class Dolce & Gabbana outlet.
Hotels near Shanghai The Bund are conveniently situated for visits to other top city attractions. Yu Garden and God’s Temple are south along the Huangpu. The garden was laid out in a classic Chinese style 450 years ago. A moving stairway goes under the river to Pudong where the Natural Wild Insect Kingdom and the Oriental Pearl Tower viewpoint are among the delights.
Address and contact: Zhongshan Road East, Huangpu Quay, Shanghai
Opening times and fees: no entry restrictions or feesWhere to stay
Due to its premier location, there is a terrific choice of hotels near Shanghai The Bund. Most of the options are five-star rated, but there are a few three- and four-star ones too. The Jin Jiang Pacific is one of the lower starred ones and provides good value for money in this desirable Shanghai hotspot. A JW Marriott and the Fairmont Peace are two of the top luxury choices.
Shanghai The Bund hotels are mostly Art-Deco properties, or similar, and feature rooms and suites that look like those in a royal palace. In-room facilities are superb and usually include marble bathrooms with large tubs, sitting areas, mini-bars and cable television. Onsite amenities like spas, indoor swimming pools, gyms and upmarket restaurants ensure guests want for nothing.