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1. Posted by avvylee (Budding Member 72 posts) 2y

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Hi guys! I just need some help. Im planning to go to shanghai this january 2015 but i dont know where is the best place to locate a budget hotel and also near to attraction places.

Hoping to get some comments from you! Thanks,

You can message me too , if you want a travel budyy, :)

-Avvy, F

2. Posted by Borisborough (Respected Member 458 posts) 2y

We were there in July and stayed in The Bund Riverside Hotel. It's not a hostel and in fact we were upgraded to a suite but we managed to get a deal on it on Expedia or Booking.com and it worked out at about NZD70 per night. Not dirt cheap but a great price for somewhere so close to the Bund and all the action. We couldn't find a decent hostel anywhere near there. And the views across the city were fabulous.

3. Posted by Hachiko (Full Member 34 posts) 2y

Hi! I usually stay with friends when I go to Shanghai, but from what I've seen and heard most hostels are quite central. Shanghai isn't as big as other cities so getting around between main attractions shouldn't be a problem.

4. Posted by hasbeen (Respected Member 630 posts) 2y

Hi,

You could have a look at TravellersPoint SHANGHAI Travel guide. And then move on to their Accommodation section - use the map there to see where the hotels are clustered.
Hotelscombined is my preferred site to research accommodation.

Steve

[ Edit: Edited on 24-Nov-2014, at 11:43 by hasbeen ]

5. Posted by avvylee (Budding Member 72 posts) 2y

Quoting Borisborough

We were there in July and stayed in The Bund Riverside Hotel. It's not a hostel and in fact we were upgraded to a suite but we managed to get a deal on it on Expedia or Booking.com and it worked out at about NZD70 per night. Not dirt cheap but a great price for somewhere so close to the Bund and all the action. We couldn't find a decent hostel anywhere near there. And the views across the city were fabulous.

Hi there! ill try to research on it. Do you have any plans to go back there by january? :) what are the activities that you have done? :(

6. Posted by avvylee (Budding Member 72 posts) 2y

Quoting Hachiko

Hi! I usually stay with friends when I go to Shanghai, but from what I've seen and heard most hostels are quite central. Shanghai isn't as big as other cities so getting around between main attractions shouldn't be a problem.

Would you suggest shanghai in china or is there any better city in china to go to? :)

7. Posted by avvylee (Budding Member 72 posts) 2y

Quoting hasbeen

Hi,

You could have a look at TravellersPoint SHANGHAI Travel guide. And then move on to their Accommodation section - use the map there to see where the hotels are clustered.
Hotelscombined is my preferred site to research accommodation.

Steve

Hi hasbeen, yes im checking on it. But sometimes i consider more comments from people directly, i hope you understand what i mean. I love to hear feedbacks from people who give comments to your post cause sometimes those who were already posted on some sites are inaccurate (sometimes) ;) but thanks for reminding me about the travellerspoint accommodation section, i appreciate it, ;)

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9. Posted by hasbeen (Respected Member 630 posts) 2y

Hi,

About 100 KM due east from Shanghai is Suzhou. I had a very nice tour of the the Gardens & Canals there from Shanghai. It might be worth a few days there. One day was not enough for me.

In Shanghai, If you can afford it, take the ferries that cross the river. 1RM for the cheap ones & 2RM for the expensive.

You can see some photos & read about my take on Suzhou & Shanghai ( & Beijing, Xian & the Wall if you like ) on my TP Blogo.

Cannot help with accommodation in either place as I was on a cruise, where the hotel room traveled with me.

Steve

10. Posted by Borisborough (Respected Member 458 posts) 2y

We had two nights but only one full day in Shanghai having toured from Beijing, Xi'an, Chengdu, a boat down the Yangtse to Yichang and then the bullet train to Shanghai. We wandered about the Bund and across the river and up a couple of the giant skyscrapers there.

No plans to go back in January - we'll be in Central America then!

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