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"A wonderful oasis in the middle of Bustling Shanghai"
If you are tired of all the skyscraper 5-star hotels in Shanghai, you must give this Intercontinental Ruijin a try. It is located in the former French Concession district in Puxi. It is a gated compound of low rise buildings with glorious gardens and paths connecting the different buildings. I was upgraded to a Club Room and it was amazing. The staff are solicitous and friendly. Within short walking distance, you will find a park, cultural centre, concert hall and fantastic shopping and superb restaurants. My previous visits, I stayed on the Pudong side. By comparison, I much prefer Puxi. Give it a try, you will not be disappointed.
"worth the money"
We stayed in the large suite (in the main building). It has garden view. The suite is very spacious and there are two bathrooms in the suite. The couch in the living room is not clean and it seems to be stained by coffee or something. The bed is very comfortable. The service is good.
"So disappointed "
Today I was been to the Intercontinental Ruijin Shanghai in the afternoon with my son at La Rue restaurant. when I was there I chose to setting inside of the restaurant because outside was too hot for my son he just 6 months old and I ask some staffs can I order some set lunch and they tell me if I want to order I have to set outside of restaurants because different memu and I tell them it was too hot for the baby can I setting inside but they still said No! So that make me so disappointed about service at 5 star hotel in Shanghai I thought is possible for flexible for customers I will never go to this hotel again
"Quaint luxurious Hotel"
This hotel is located at not so popular area of Shanghai, its quiet and luxurious. Of many I stayed, this is only one in Shanghai that provide mouth wash, nice touch. I had breakfast and dinners there during my 3 night stat. Breakfast was normal and usual, dinner was quite good especially their grill steaks. I was given the room at VIP block away from main building, there were no sheltered walkways, so I got to wait for buggy to fetch me over when it is raining. Otherwise it was good walk before the breakfast. I am not sure if I would stay there again.
We were here for business meeting and stated a few nights. As I woke early and took a walk on the hotel grounds and the quiet narrow streets I discovered what a gem this hotel was. The grounds were huge and contained various smaller buildings apart from the main hotel building. The history covered past and recent development of China's struggle against the Japanese invasion, fighting the Civil War to modern day development of the current Communist Party of China. The hotel was warm and well appointed and the meals were equally adequate by international standards. It's not busy as compared to regular hotel and I believe this establishment would offer solace to anyone seeking a quiet stay in Shanghai in an old part of town.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard
Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM