The center of China’s coast is the enormous city of Shanghai and it isn’t what you may think China is all about. This financial hub is China’s largest city by far and the Bund is located in its heart with colonial-era buildings along the famous waterfront promenade. With so much beauty and things to do and see in this city, the Shanghai hotel accommodations are plentiful.
Right in the center of this beautiful city is the Narada Boutique Hotel, one of the most beautiful and convenient Shanghai hotel accommodations. It is a short walk to from the Yu Garden metro station where you can get to any attraction this city has to offer. The People’s Square is one metro stop away from this hotel and here you will find the nightlife entertainment is close enough to walk. If shopping is your thing, this is a utopia of retail shops.
Narada Boutique Hotel has modern interior and a minibar that has free drinks in every room. Each room has a private bath or you can enjoy the hotel’s sauna. With a front desk that is manned 24 hours a day, your needs can be taken care of at any time.
Just 15 minutes from People’s Square is the The Langham. You’ll be only 30 minutes away once you land at Hongqiao Airport and this is one of many hotel accommodations that offers return shuttle service when your stay is over.
The rooms are modern and each overlooks the city through oversized windows. Creature comforts in each room like coffee/tea maker as well as a bath and twin vanities in spacious bathrooms.
This is one of the most charming of all Shanghai hotel accommodations. The décor is a 1930’s charm with the modern world’s luxuries right in the center of Shangi. People’s Square is only 100 feet away and there are multiples of dining, entertainment and shopping a short walk from here.
Each room has an elegance about it that is enchanting blend of Art Deco and old shanghai culture. Every room has a flat-screen television with a DVD player. Many rooms have Shangi skyline views from a balcony. The lobby has soft music in the background and swirling staircases to the rooms along with some of the world’s most beautiful paintings.Google+