Best Shanghai holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Shanghai
Capella Shanghai, Jian Ye LiLocated in the cultural preservation zone of Xuhui District, Capella Shanghai, Jian Ye Li is located 0.6 km from Zhaojiabang metro station on Line 7 and 9. The property is 2.8 km from Xintiandi and 2.5 km from the Shanghai bund.Book now
The Langham, Shanghai, XintiandiAs the gateway to Xintiandi, the lifestyle and entertainment hub of Shanghai, The Langham, Shanghai, Xintiandi is ideally located adjacent to the retail utopia of Huaihai Road, surrounded by various trendy clubs, glamorous international restaurants and designer boutiques. Boasting Chuan Spa, an indoor pool and gourmet cuisine across several stylish restaurants, this property is a 1-minute stroll from South Huangpi Road Subway Station (Line 1), which provides easy access to the top tourist attractions in Shanghai.Book now
The Portman Ritz-Carlton ShanghaiThe Portman Ritz-Carlton, Shanghai is located along the bustling West Nanjing Road, thus provides easy access to numerous shopping and entertainment options, as well as cultural attractions. Offering luxurious accommodation complemented by fine service, it boasts a health club and 2 dining options.Book now
Hyatt Place Shanghai Hongqiao CBDFeaturing a Health Club, Hyatt Place Shanghai Hongqiao CBD provides upscale living in the heart of Hongqiao CBD. Boasting 252 guestrooms and suites, this hotel provides free WiFi throughout the property. Guests also enjoy free parking.Book now
Dorsett ShanghaiOverlooking the vast, scenic Century Park, the mid-scale business hotel Dorsett Shanghai Hotel stands right besides Century Park Metro Station (Line 2) and around a 5-minute drive away from Longyang Road Station for Shanghai Maglev Train from which you may access Putong International Airport in around a convenient 8-minute ride. The hotel features free internet access in all areas and stylish rooms. A fitness centre and 3 dining options await guests. Free shuttle bus to Shanghai New International Expo Centre and Shanghai Disneyland metro line is provided by the hotel.Book now
InterContinental Shanghai WonderlandInterContinental Shanghai Wonderland has a restaurant, fitness centre, a bar and garden in Songjiang. Boasting a kids' club, this property also provides guests with a children's playground. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.Book now
Hyatt on the BundStrategically located at the northern end of the Bund, Hyatt on the Bund is a 3-minute stroll from Waibaidu Bridge. Offering spectacular views of the Bund, Huangpu River and Lujiazui financial district, it boasts a spa and wellness centre, a range of versatile meeting rooms with 2 ballrooms and gourmet cuisine across 4 stylish restaurants.Book now
Jing An Shangri-La, West ShanghaiLocated in the heart of Jing’an District, Jing An Shangri-La, West Shanghai is central to Jing’an Kerry Centre, the large-scale complex covering an area of 450,000 square metres. The gorgeous property boasts a spa and wellness centre, an indoor pool and gourmet cuisines across several stylish restaurants and bars. Free Wi-Fi is provided throughout the property.Book now
Campanile Shanghai Bund HotelSet in Huangpu District in Shanghai, 900 metres from Yu Garden or the Bund, Campanile Shanghai Bund Hotel features a restaurant, bar and free WiFi throughout the property. It is only 400 metres from Dashijie Station (line 8) and 570 metres from Yu Garden Station (line 10).Book now
Grand Kempinski Hotel ShanghaiThis luxurious Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai in Lujiazui Financial Area features a penthouse indoor pool, 6 dining options and a pampering spa. Beautiful rooms feature views of Pudong financial district and the Huangpu River.Book now
For a truly evocative Oriental experience there is not much to beat Shanghai. Once known as the Paris of the East, this is a city in which the colonial past rubs shoulders with traditional Chinese culture. The streets are filled with colour and contrasts – futuristic skyscrapers soar above historic timbered tea houses, business people mingle with street traders and locals practice ancient rituals in quiet tree-lined parks. Renting a holiday apartment in Shanghai through 9flats lets you become part of this vibrant city, the most populated place in the world and easily one of the most fascinating. It is a popular tourist destination but with 9flats you don’t have to follow the crowds – you get your own private accommodation and live among the real people of the city.
See the Orient up close with a Shanghai holiday apartment
9flats takes the concept of couchsurfing in Shanghai to a whole new level. You get the same feeling of being involved in the city, living side by side with the locals, without the inconvenience of sharing. It’s a great way to experience Oriental culture, not just in China but in the many other eastern destinations where 9flats offers accommodation – such as holiday apartments in Taipei City and vacation homes in Tokyo. Choosing a holiday apartment in Shanghai opens the doors to an authentic Chinese experience in a city renowned the world over for its architecture, shopping and restaurants which serve what is said to be the best food in the country.
East meets West with a holiday flat in Shanghai
Renting a holiday flat in China’s biggest city puts you at the heart of a unique mix of architectural styles that are a legacy of the days when this was the financial centre of Asia. The buildings left behind by Western banks and businesses along the strip known as The Bund represent one of the best collections of Art Deco buildings in the world. This fusion of East and West can be seen all over the city – there are English tudor-style buildings alongside traditional shikumen houses, grand Parisian mansions and even 1930s office blocks that look as if they have come straight out of Chicago. While staying in your vacation home in Shanghai don’t miss a visit to Nanshi, the old town, which is a bustling place of narrow lanes, market stalls and eateries.
Shop until you can shop no more
Another must-see is the Nanjing Road, an incredible mix of glossy boutiques and traditional stores where people shop until their arms can carry no more. And if it all gets a bit much head for the promenade along the Huangpu River where locals go to relax, work on their Tai Chi and chat to foreigners. If you’re exploring the country further you might want to try some of the other holiday accommodation in China available from 9flats. There is a huge range of holiday flats in Hong Kong and Beijing vacation homes to choose from to ensure your trip goes exactly the way you intended it to.