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"TOP HiGH QUALITY HOTEL"
Top high-class hotel, friendly staff always willing to help. Amazing restaurants with high-quality meals.Immaculate rood with plenty of amenities, high-class spa and fitness area. Totally recommended.
"7 nights in Shanghai"
Location ok its a good 15 minutes walk to central mall Room was tired and the cost of buffet breakfast was way too expensive Pool and gym facilities were great Overall not quite the experience I was hoping for
"Outstanding hotel and location in Shanghai"
If you are going to be in Shanghai, you need to be located on the Bund. The Hyatt on the Bund fits the profile perfectly. The Hyatt has two towers and both have 30 floors of rooms that face out on to the historic Bund, Huangpu River and Pudong.The rooms are beautiful, well appointed, spacious and have world class, unforgettable views of the city. Since, I spend the majority of each year in hotel rooms, I tend to be critical. The rooms and beds are comfortable, clean and current. Make sure that you take time to have a cocktail or glass of wine in Vue Bar, which looks out over the city. No complaints here...
"Vue Bar: not the best option for Shanghai views"
I live in Shanghai and have been making it slow quest to visit all of the bars with view in the Bund/Lujiazui area. I've been to several, and this past weekend finally made it to the Vue Bar at Hyatt on the Bund. I went with four friends and we arrived late in the afternoon on Sunday. While views are good from the roof and from inside the bar one floor down, there is very limited seating on the roof (the day we were there, all of the seating areas except one table were empty but off limits with "reserved" signs (maybe for bookings in the evening'), so we went upstairs, took a few photos and then moved downstairs to sit at a table near a window. We paid 110 RMB per person to enter the Vue Bar and were told this would apply to our first drink (this is pretty standard fare in many bars with a view, and we weren't surprised by this). What we were surprised by, though, was the drink you were allowed to enjoy with your ticket. You could order off a limited menu that included sparkling wine, white wine, red wine and beer. I ordered sparkling wine and my friend ordered red wine, and the servings were definitely of the half variety (3 oz. at most). At similar establishments (Cloud Nine, for instance), you pay a similar fee but then can order a proper cocktail off the regular menu, which costs about the same as the fee you paid to get into the bar. So, in comparison, this was not a great deal. In addition, my friend visited the bathroom and was so appalled by the state of cleanliness that she made a complaint with the bartender and let him know that the facilities were very dirty (surprising for a property of this caliber). Of all of the Shanghai establishments (restaurants and bars) we've visited so far in the city, this one is at the bottom of my list of recommendations and I won't be taking friends and family when they visit. I'd recommend Char Bar, Pop, Cloud Nine and Flair as much better options.
"Another fabulous stay at Hyatt on the Bund"
I stay at Hyatt on the Bund when I travel to Shanghai. This trip was extra special because I was staying there when the UCLA and Georgia Tech College Basketball teams were competing in Shanghai and they were staying at Hyatt not the Bund as well. Since I am from LA it was fun to chat with the players. I even met Basketball legend, Bill Walton, who was working with ESPN to announce the game. Bill was staying at Hyatt on the Bund too. It was another great stay for me at Hyatt on the Bund.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM