Best Shanghai holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in Shanghai
Riverdale Residence Xintiandi Shanghai 长河国际公寓新天地A peaceful retreat in the bustling city, Riverdale Residence Xintiandi Shanghai 长河国际公寓新天地 is one block from Middle Huaihai Road, Shanghai’s business and entertainment centre. Offering comfort and convenience in airy apartments fusing Art Déco and Oriental-inspired bamboo accent, this eco property features air filter, water filter and water softener. Recreational options include a wellness centre and an indoor heated pool. The property provides free WiFi.Book now
LuJiaZui Supreme TowerSet within 3.6 km of Shanghai New International Expo Centre and 7 km of Jin Mao Tower, LuJiaZui Supreme Tower provides accomodation in Pudong, Shanghai. The hotel provides a free shuttle bus service to Longyang Subway Station, New International Expo Centre, Pudong Kerry Parkside, Shanghai Science and Technology Museum and Century Park.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
Bulgari Hotel ShanghaiBulgari Hotel Shanghai has a restaurant, free bikes, a bar and shared lounge in Shanghai. Conveniently located in the Jing'an district, this hotel provides a garden, as well as an indoor pool and a hammam. The accommodation offers a 24-hour front desk, room service and currency exchange for guests.Book now
The Yangtze Boutique ShanghaiBlending 1930’s Shanghai charm with luxuries of the modern world, The Yangtze Boutique Shanghai is located in Shanghai’s city centre, just 30 metres from People’s Square metro station (line 1, 2 and 8). Its excellent leisure facilities include a gym and a historic ballroom.Book now
Hyatt Place Shanghai Tianshan PlazaSituated in the centre of Changning District, Hyatt Place Shanghai Tianshan Plaza boasts 150 spacious rooms. Loushanguan Road Subway Station is just a 5-minute walk from the hotel. Free WiFi is provided throughout the entire property. Free parking is also possible on site.Book now
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
Home Inn Plus Shanghai Xintiandi Lujianbang Road Subway StationHome Inn Plus Shanghai Xintiandi Lujianbang Road Subway Station is located in the Huangpu district in Shanghai, 1.3 km from Yu Garden.Book now
Jinjiang Metropolo Hotel Classic Nanjing Road (East) ShanghaiSet in a historical building on Shanxi Road, Jinjiang Metropolo Hotel Classic Nanjing Road (East) Shanghai is centrally located in Huangpu District. It is only a 5-minute walk from the bustling East Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street and East Nanjing Road Station (Line 2 and 10). Free WiFi is available in all areas. The buffet restaurant serves breakfast daily.Book now
CitiGO Hotel Shanghai XujiahuiSet in Shanghai, 3.2 km from Jing'an Temple, CitiGO Hotel Shanghai Xujiahui offers express check-in and check-out and free WiFi. Featuring a garden, the hotel has air-conditioned rooms with a private bathroom. Guests can make use of a shared lounge.Book now
Metropolo Classiq, Shanghai, Bund CircleSituated in Huangpu district in Shanghai, about 7 minutes' drive from Shanghai East Jinling Road Ferry Station, Metropolo Classiq, Shanghai, Bund Circle features air-conditioned rooms with free WiFi throughout the property. Guests can enjoy the on-site restaurant. Built in the 1930's, the property features unique Baroque semicircle concave architecture.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.