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Swissotel Grand Shanghai - Shanghai Hotels
AU$218

Swissotel Grand Shanghai

1 Yu Yuan Road, Shanghai - Map
 
 
4.4 out of 5 (411 reviews)
Grand Millennium HongQiao Shanghai - Shanghai Hotels
AU$279

Grand Millennium HongQiao Shanghai

2588 Yan An Xi Road, Shanghai - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (208 reviews)
The Langham, Shanghai, Xintiandi - Shanghai Hotels
AU$480

The Langham, Shanghai, Xintiandi

No.99 Madang Road, Shanghai - Map
 
 
4.7 out of 5 (187 reviews)
Adjacent to one of the key Business and Shopping Districts along Huai Hai Road. This hotel will present enchanting …More
Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai - Shanghai Hotels

Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai

1288 Lujiazui Ring Road, Shanghai - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (391 reviews)
Fairmont Peace Hotel - Shanghai Hotels
AU$636

Fairmont Peace Hotel

20 Nanjing Road East, Huang Pu District, Shanghai - Map
 
 
"An Art Deco gem"
A stunning architectural delight. Great position near The Bund. Room was excellent as were the staff.
Traveller from Preston UK
Vienna International Hotel - Pudong Airport - Shanghai Hotels

Vienna International Hotel - Pudong Airport

No. 1478 East Huaxia Road, Shanghai - Map
 
 
Grand Hyatt Shanghai - Shanghai Hotels

Grand Hyatt Shanghai

88 Century Avenue, Shanghai - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (268 reviews)
Hilton Shanghai Hongqiao - Minhang Hotels
AU$199

Hilton Shanghai Hongqiao

No.1116 Hong Song East Road, Minhang - Map
 
 
4.2 out of 5 (345 reviews)
Set in Hongqiao district surrounded by stylish shopping malls and entertainment facilities the contemporary Hilton Shanghai …More
Jin Jiang Hotel Shanghai - Shanghai Hotels
AU$224

Jin Jiang Hotel Shanghai

No. 59 Mao Ming Road ( S ), Shanghai - Map
 
 
"Lovely character hotel within its own compound. "
Well located in the French Concession, this charming hotel evokes life in a different era. Friendly and accomodating staff went out of their way to whisk me into a room early. If you want 6 star fantasy New China luxury, best stay in Pudong. But for a comfortable and memorable experience of a bygone era as part of your stay in Shanghai, this is a good call. May sure you print off the address in Chinese and be clear which building you are in so you can direct taxis to the right place.
Traveller from from NZ
Okura Garden Hotel Shanghai - Shanghai Hotels

Okura Garden Hotel Shanghai

58 Mao Ming Nan Road, Shanghai - Map
 
 
4.5 out of 5 (820 reviews)

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    Accommodation In Shanghai

    If your motto is “Go big or go home,” then you need to go on holiday to Shanghai. Located on the east coast of China, Shanghai is the most populated city in the world and boasts a crowded skyline, busy streets and a rich history. In the midst of skyscrapers and futuristic Shanghai hotels, you can still find peaceful promenades and temple gardens. Think you’re quite the cosmopolitan connoisseur? Shanghai holidays are the best way to test that claim—and with art, cuisine and nightlife loved the world over, this will be the funnest test you’ve ever taken.

    Looking for hotels in Shanghai is like searching for hay in a haystack. The trick is choosing the neighbourhood with the best vibes and sights for your trip. To wake up to views of the Huangpu River and instant access to some of Shanghai’s most popular shops and restaurants, book accommodation near The Bund, a winding waterfront walkway. 

    Things to Do in Shanghai

    In Shanghai, you can do whatever you want—within reason. If you’re staying in the Bund, don’t miss the Bund International Architecture Exhibition after dark, when you can see the unmistakable Oriental Pearl Tower, Shanghai World Financial Centre and Jin Mao Tower lit up against the night sky. During the day, the observation deck at the Oriental Pearl is a great way to get orientated to the landscape. Further inland, check out Shanghai Museum and People’s Park downtown for the inside scoop on this ancient city. Southwest of downtown, spend a lazy arvo in Luwan (aka the Old French Concession), home to colonial architecture and winding footpaths lined with colourful market stalls and delightful fusion bistros. When you’re ready to get off your feet after a day of sightseeing and snacking, sit back for a performance by the Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe. Does all the flipping and flying give you an adrenaline rush? Dance it off in the hip-hop and house music clubs in Huaihai Lu, west of downtown. Recharge in nearby Shanghai accommodation, because you can’t possibly see this city in one day.

    Getting To & Around Shanghai

    Book flights to Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG), right on the edge of Yangtze River and 48 km east of the city centre. Because the streets are crowded and traffic is heavy, head underground. Shanghai boasts 12 subway lines, so you can find top sights and accommodation in Shanghai without ever having to get behind the wheel, unless driving in the world’s most crowded city is on your bucket list.

    Best Time to Visit Shanghai

    With high heat and humidity between June and September, Shanghai does seaside summers in fantastic extremes. For cooler temperatures, travel anytime between October through May, especially in October and November when the weather in mild and crowds are minimal. If you can’t get away until January, that’s OK. Sure, the first few months of the year are cold, but the harbour glistens and there’s a New Year party vibe throughout the city.

    Shanghai is waiting to amaze you, and at Wotif we’ve got some wow-worthy travel deals, so you can go big with a small price tag. Book today!

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