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x The average starting price for a place to stay in Shanghai is £38 per night.
Gudders place was great but some rooms had bedbug。 receptionist was lovely & informative， bar man very rude。 toilet and shower very clean
No.615 Lane, ZhaoHua Road Changning DistrictAwesome 86%
zubairmalik33 Amazing place, will 100% be staying here if I'm ever in Shanghai again. Met really cool people and the place/bed was really clean.
777 Zhangyang Road PudongExcellent 90%
seanpalmer Great hotel. Our room was at the back of the building which had an okay view and was very spacious and airey. It was nice having a good size bathroom with a large window. The room was serviced daily and we were provided with fresh towels. The room had its own water machine with hot and cold water, cable tv and fully working pc ( £3.00 ) per day for use of it or there was a cable for the use of your own laptop which was free of charge.The location is great as its close to Peoples Square and tube stations and it's easy to walk everywhere in the city by foot. There is a restaurant, cafe, and bar inside the hotel.
505 Jiujiang RoadExcellent 90%
No. 840A, Lane 834, Pudong Avenue Lujiazui DistrictGreat 84%
intoeterni This is definitely one of the best hostels in Shanghai, I stayed here for quite some time and it is definitely a place I would recommend to anyone. The owners are very friendly and the staff, who speak fluent English, go above and beyond to help. I had meant to try the food here, but never got around to it although my roommate told me it was quite good. The hostel is three stops away from People's Square on the number 2 train, and any club in puxi is about 20-34 kuai (3-5$) depending on the day or night rates.You can't go wrong with this hostel in terms of value, and cleanliness it is great add in the fast wireless and wired internet, the large collections of movies and gives with a large flat screen in the lounge, and the great staff. Cheers, Ryan
No.59 Si Ping RoadExcellent 90%
simp5ons It's got all your basic hostel needs: a cheap room (although I stayed during the Shanghai expo, which cost me 79 yuan per night. I think normally it's about 45 - 65 yuan per night), showers, toilets, and a place to lock your stuff. Pros: Showers had a cubby installed on the wall where you can keep your towel dry. There are shampoo and body wash dispensers in each shower, it's actually the same liquid in each but at least there's something to clean with if you need it. Close to the subway station, about a 5-minute walk away. Lots of little cheap restaurants around, at night there's a man who sells fried rice and noodles outside the Qwik mart, about 4 yuan a bowl. Our dorm had an air conditioner, adjustable with a remote. 24 hour reception Free Wi-Fi Clean sheets, that's a pro for me. Cons: Said "free towels" on the travellerspoint website, but that's a definite negative. Wish I had brought my towel just in case. Overall: A good choice for a night's sleep and a shower, comfortable and convenient.
58 Mao Ming Nan RoadExcellent 90%
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