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There is nothing what I can really complaint about except the breakfast, which is totally pathetic and pretty bad( thankfully there is a Starbucks around the corner). The rooms are huge, bathrooms are small, beds are kingsize and nice, but somehow there is nothing to...More
The location of the hotel is great, rooms are ok but that is basically the good thing about it.
But the AC in the room cannot be adjusted. You can either chose to sleep in a fridge or turn it off.
Hygiene is not very...More
HoJo? You sure?
Well, don't let its name gives you the halo effect of that kind of impression.
Go in, check in, and stay. Then only you will realise, the halo will have to go.
The room were very well designed and decorated.
Stayed here in Shanghai for business/leisure visit.
The hotel itself was very clean and luxurious. Staff was friendly and knowledgeable regarding the local area. Room temperatures could be more easily controllable. The thermostat in the room did not appear to work properly. Great vertical iron...More
This hotel made me realize how powerful old perceptions can be. I was expecting a budget hotel and was pleasantly surprised. Nice location for my work, quiet, solid breakfast and overall much more snazy than I expected.
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The heart of this neighborhood is the Jing'an Temple, while the main artery of excitement and entertainment is West Nanjing Road. Close to the Former French Concession, the area has a similar draw for foreign residents but displays a more commercial character. Large, flashy malls, luxe residential high-rises and trendy nightlife areas can be found along West Nanjing Road, but areas off the busy street have the same
quiet cafes and independent boutiques that many people think of as distinctive of the Former French Concession. Jing'an is less encased in amber, though, and it's possible to immerse yourself more fully in the energy of China's most bustling metropolis here.