See why so many travellers make Broadway Mansions Hotel their hotel of choice when visiting Shanghai. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a historic setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
As your “home away from home,” the hotel rooms offer a flat screen TV, a minibar, and air conditioning, and getting online is easy, with free wifi available.
Guests have access to 24 hour front desk, room service, and a concierge while staying at Broadway Mansions Hotel. In addition, Broadway Mansions Hotel offers a hot tub and an on-site restaurant, which will help make your Shanghai trip additionally gratifying. And, as an added convenience, there is parking available to guests.
While staying at Broadway Mansions Hotel, visitors can check out Bund International Architecture Exhibition (0.3 mi) and Jin Mao Tower (1.1 mi), some of Shanghai's top attractions.
While in Shanghai be sure to experience local falafel favourites at Beef & Liberty ( Shanghai Centre ) Burgers.
Shanghai is also known for some great historic sites, including Jing'an Temple, Shanghai Temple Of the Town God (Chenghung Miao), and Shanghai Former Provisional Government Site of the Republic of Korea, which are not too far from Broadway Mansions Hotel.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Broadway Mansions Hotel as you experience all of the things Shanghai has to offer.
The Broadway Mansions is not as it appears. Outwardly it looks high class and very nice; however behind the scenes it has several issues. The common areas are are well presented; however the bedrooms are a dissapointment. They are old fashioned, poorly lit with major electrical issues. Behind units plugs were hanging off walls exposing bare wires, the electrics tripped at least 2 or 3 times a day, and there were iron burn marks on the carpets of both the rooms we had. Despite advertsing amazing views we had none, looking into parking areas or high walls, and the Shanghai blog sites stated that they had NYE celebrations for western guests.This was not true, and there was a distinct lack of said western guests, even in the British Pub onsite; which was only british in name. The hotel is in an excellent location which is its only redeeming point. …
Broadway Mansions is an historic property, dating from 1934. Check-in was relatively smooth, as the receptionist was able to speak basic English. Arrival was during the last weekend of China’s week long national holiday. The large room that overlooked the front of the hotel contained twin beds. The carpet was damaged with that appeared to be cigarette burns and the upholstery of the chair was unacceptably stained. The hotel is floodlit at night and it was unfortunate that the curtains did not meet properly in the centre. The beds were uncomfortably hard. We attempted to eat at the hotel’s Belle Vue buffet restaurant, only to be told that there would be a two hour wait for a table. The only available dining option at the hotel was the Ichibanya Japanese restaurant. The food was reasonably good and was of a high presentation standard. The staff’s command of English was minimal. Room service was ridiculously slow. It took four attempts to order a sandwich. The first three attempts resulted in my being cut off. It then took one hour and 15 minutes for the sandwich to be delivered to the room and immediate cash payment was demanded.…
Great location, with rooms overlooking The Bund. Within walking distance to nice restaurants and shopping. I stayed in room 816, which was fine for one person, as it had a circular bed that might not be comfortable for two people. The breakfast buffet was extensive and delicious, but a bit pricey.
When you arrive it seems nice then they send us to the room and the room was not even ready. They asked to wait at leat 30min or more to be cleaned so we asked another room because we just had 10 hours trip. The other room was horrible, smelly and ugly. We asked to cancel and they said ok and they will refund in 1 month and not giving any proof. I called booking at the moment and booking called the manager and it was solved. So don t leave before calling booking to make sure you get the refund
Hotel staff was unable to describe the name of its own hotel in English. Stayed on executive floor but shower water pressure was very low and not enough hot water. Bathtub was okay. Breakfast was wonderful with Chinese, Western and Japanese selections. Omelette was prepared upon request and was fairly good. Had problems connecting with hotel's wi-fi but staff was quick to come to the room and fix it.
I took my wife to this hotel and guess what happened we got finally waited upon (be aware of the small reception area), once I got the receptionist attention I asked for an upgrade and she said "no". I said call the manager, she got on the phone and I got the upgrade. Some man next to me was so loud I asked the receiptionist to kindly calm him down now please- anyway 3 Stars.
ThIs is a historic hotel located at the Bund or near the Bund. Has a great view though the rooms are old and big rooms. Service can be improved further and air conditioning can also be improve. Food not that good ....
The venue is located near the world-famous Bund. The hotel was built in 1934 and is one of the landmarks of the city. The rooms are of different sizes and I had the smallest one with on little window only, a little dark in there, and a funny round bed which would be very tiny for two persons. The breakfast is good with a fabulous view on the Bund.
I chose this hotel mainly as it was the only reasonably priced 5 star hotel in the area. Location is great, staff was helpful although English level is not high. When I arrived I was very disappointed as there was no king bed and I was going to be given a twin room, however I was upgraded to a room much larger with windows on three sides and bed. Were large enough. Once entered the room there was a strange smell, initially I thought it was some mould or other but I found out it was a mosquito repellent burner attached to an electric power plug. Actually once I switched that off all was quite clean and good smell. The hotel is historical, some renovation may be needed but I found it in a good enough condition to recommend it.
We had dinner at the restaurant on top of the Broadway Mansion hotel. Our room has a small balcony where you can walk out to and you get a fantastic view of the river and both Pudong and PuXi. They serve Huiyang food and it is presented in a more artistic style sorf of like nouveau french food. Service is OK but overall a great experience and incredible view.