Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 79
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by gloriagd 主楼装修一般
19 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Daube Memorable Experience and impressive decor
This is an outstanding hotel with a great history, The next time I'm in Shanghai, I will definitely stay at this hotel!
From the service to the quality of every little things you like about an hotel, it's there!
19 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by kennyshummmmy 特别的体验
12 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hernan Much Improved Experience
For the 3rd time I stayed at this hotel, I found the hotel delivered its promise by improving its services and operation. Check-in front desk staff briefed me in details about the features offered by the hotel and Internet access. Apparently beefed up training was in place to elevate each staff member's awareness of their job.
Breakfast menu served at the Club lounge was impressive, though most buffet dishes are geared towards Chinese cuisine due to increased customer base in China. Western breakfast can be ordered and prepared quickly.
I was already satisfied with the facility in the past visits. I think this completes Ruijin's effort to become a full 5-star hotel.
One suggestion, the hotel should consider acquiring a contracted car services for guests going and coming from airports. Such limousine services do not require capital investment, but it adds convenience and brings more revenue for the hotel.
11 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tamino Historical and luxury hotel, Oasis in the heart of SHanghai
I was staying at this hotel using China Dream Free room program. After paying the difference ,I was upgraded to club room with a small balcony facing the fountain and garden. The hotel is really a treat for people living in such a crowded city like Shanghai. We were so impressed with the big lawn and many old tress in the garden. As for the building itself, it is full of history and redocorated in an art-deco style with glamours. The breakfast and happy hour food and wine are of high quality. Highly Recommended to stay in the club building where the fitness center, swimming pool, SPA and club lounge are all located in.
08 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Chauffeur One of the Best Hotels I Ever Experienced in the World
Always as expected or exceed my expectation, InterContinental Hotel Ruijin has been my first consideration when I'm planning my trip in the area.
07 January 2014
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Socalnow Exceptional facility and mediocre service
Finding the hotel can be difficult. None of the cab drivers I encountered were able to take me there without either a detour or several laps around the building.
Once you locate the building you will find a spectacular lobby, guest rooms, and club lounge. Unfortunately, the service doesn't measure up to the grand facade.
The service at check in was poor. There was no acknowledgement of Platinum status or a thank you for loyalty. I had to argue to receive the room upgrade that I am due as a Platinum Ambassador. They would only upgrade one of the two rooms in my reservation (we had booked into Club) even though the hotel was empty. I was told by the call center that both rooms could be upgraded.
Neither room contained a welcome amenity or welcome gift.
The poor service continued in the Club Lounge where drink refills and clearing of soiled plates required finding someone and asking.
So, to sum up, this was the poorest of the 7 Intercontinental properties I visited in 2013, by a fair margin. I would not be inclined to stay again.
06 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 鼹鼠1982 让人难忘的愉快经历
06 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by fande lobby piano is too noisy at night
excellent location and cozy bed and room. lobby piano is too noisy at night. kind of smell in restroom.
06 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ma1234 Great location, great room with great service
Staffs were helpful with positive attitude. The club building was clean and quiet.
03 January 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by edithjj 酒店的床单上竟然有血，能有比这更差的卫生环境么
01 January 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by LLZZ 服务和设施都很差的体验
01 January 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Ahahah888 酒店为什么老有头发
31 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 574828757 很好的酒店，不过有些值得改进的地方
29 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 环境优美,服务优秀
29 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Phoebee 环境很棒的酒店
29 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 287728647 市中心美丽的酒店
28 December 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Marsu Quiet and confortable
We spent two days here and were very pleased to find this hotel very quiet despite the rather busy location. Although we didn't visit the city, we used to live nearby this hotel and the location is excellent (near tianzifang, xintiandi, fuxing park, there's also that new theater on fuxing / shaanxi road...etc).
Our club room in the main building was well arranged, confortable, very spacious and we enjoyed that illy coffee machine which makes some surprisingly good expressos.
The staff was great and they spoke English (reception desk, room service, club), this is remarkable in China even though this is what you expect from such hotel.
The club lounge was crowded during our stay, it looked more like a restaurant, very noisy, with people having an early diner here. According to the staff, this was exceptional. By the way the staff here was especially efficient and kind.
We enjoyed our stay however I am disappointed by the extensive use of fake things such as plastic wood pretty much everywhere in the hotel. Why faking "old things" in the brand new buildings (because most of the hotel is new)? There probably are reasonable explanations but I still find this a bit disappointing for an intercontinental hotel.
26 December 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by skyling 不给客人开发票也不通知
原来入住时整体感觉还不错, 但圣诞去开国庆入住时未开的发票, 答复说政策刚改, 只能开一个月内的住宿票, 在上海入住了几乎100家酒店还是头一次听到这么荒谬的说法. 两点: 1/国庆check out时服务员回答随便您何时来开票都行, 欢迎下次入住时一起开. 2/即便现在改了政策, 也应该通知我啊, 另外这点政策确实太可笑. 要求前台和贵宾楼前台找负责人,居然要找到财务总监, 而且一直找不到, 在这里对这个财务总监制定如此荒唐的政策表示藐视, 这哥们一定没有在任何酒店集团作过. 这件事会继续投诉到底的. 不过真的不推荐, 一个事情处理效率太低了...
25 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Moore722 不错的酒店 值得下次再来
24 December 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by GIUFIL1 unbelievable experience
This Hotel cannot be an Intercontinental Hotel.....standards are so different from the other Intercontinental hotels....GM has to work very hard training this group of young people.....
22 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MonikaR Relax, relax, relax (even if on business trip)
I have been so positively surprised by this hotel. Like oasis in the middle of busy town. Calm, beautiful, top quality - and very friendly personnel. The only comment is the English language level - could be improved. Especially communication over the phone is very challenging. But overall great! Special greetings for Juho from Club Lounge.
I will surely come back if visiting Shanghai.
21 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jasonzh 极好的精品酒店
16 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by lxmbleach Wonderful stay
This hotel has very good environment and it is quiet dring sleep.
15 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HappyRider 深具历史感的园林式酒店
13 December 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by chadontheorad Beautiful Grounds, Standard Local Service
If you travel in China, you know that service is something not generally understood by the masses. Since these masses make up the working populous, you are left with wait staff and attendants who aren't really interested in waiting or attending. Topped with a no-tipping culture, there is little to motivate entry-level help to want to excel, other than their own pride in their job.
That said, one has to temper their expectations in Chinese hotels and hope for the best, but expect the worst. When anything less than the worst happens, you are on your way to having a nice time!
So I could say that my weekend spent with my wife for her birthday at the Ruijin Hotel was great. The property was exceptional, probably the nicest hotel grounds in the entire city. Centrally located, so we parked our car (for free# and walked around the city for the duration of our stay. The layout of the hotel was such that you checked in at one building, and stayed in another. When we arrived at 8:00 pm, there were no signs to direct us to which building to check-in. We did see a sign that in English read "reception building" and in Chinese read "great hall" but that gave us doubt it may be a place for weddings, not the check-in desk. So we drove around the twisty roads a little, until we found the correct building. It may also have been easier to find if there were bellman out front, but alas there were not.
Check-in was relatively smooth, and they had upgraded us to the executive building which basically was an entire elite hotel on its own. The building was very nice, and the lounge breakfasts were good, with a menu of eggs #including eggs benedict# and other things to accompany the small buffet. The cappuccino was perfectly made at the classy bar by a young Spanish gentleman who was in charge of the lounge, making sure everything was just so. He even directed us to which bakery nearby made the pastries for the hotel, so that I could go out and buy some to take home. If the weather was better, we would have taken breakfast on the patio, overlooking the waterfall, but it was December.
Breakfast in the "Great Hall" was excellent, but the service was not as good, but the cooks themselves surprised me by all speaking English, and also made an even better eggs benedict than the lounge upon request. The coffee in this restaurant were not exceptional, to the point of undrinkable.
The rooms were nicely appointed, not a good as the hotel that directly competes with it in town, but better than most. The windows opened fully to look out over the park, which was very nice. The television had HBO, but very poor sound, so you could hardly hear it on max volume. The heating controls #as in many Chinese hotels# did not have the capacity to offer both hot and cold selections, even though the buttons were there. So the room was generally a pretty toasty 24.5 degrees, even with the windows open. In December. We just turned it off when we were in there, but the housekeeper came back a few times a day to turn it on again, and get the temperature back up for our "comfort".
The spa and pool are very nice, but the Jacuzzis are in the change rooms, so you can't join your spouse, and you have to ready for the unexpected naked dude jumping in next to you!
The pool was large and the deepest I have seen in a Chinese hotel #2m#, with a lifeguard who unfortunately had been given rules that everyone has to wear a swimming cap. Now this is one of my beefs with this pace: My wife is Chinese and I am Canadian, she was accosted at the door of the pool and told she could not swim without a cap, but she could buy one at the desk. They turned her out flat. I arrived five minutes later, and the guy tried the same thing on me. I just dove in, and 30 seconds later, he showed up with a "loaner" cap. No mention of buying for me. I waited 40 minutes for my wife to appear, and even asked the attended who had kicked her out if he had seen her #I speak adequate Chinese#, but he had nothing to say. Afterwards we finally met up, and I learned why she was not at the pool. This was the one true lowlight of my stay; staff following orders without offering the same options to local or foreign guests, even when they are paying the same money. This needs to be addressed.
Upon our departure, the check-out was faster and simpler than other Chinese hotels, but this is one area of service that is getting better in China overall. People don't want to wait 30 minutes to check-out while housekeeping searches the room for things you might have stolen. A bellman did help us to our car and saw us out.
Overall a great experience and coupled with a surprise birthday dinner with 14 friends that I had planned, it was a perfect 30th birthday for my wife, one that will be truly memorable for her. I recommend this hotel to anyone looking for a romantic time in Shanghai, reminiscent of the past golden era of the 1920's. You will not be disappointed, unless you try to go swimming without a cap, also kind of 1920's, I guess? ;)
12 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wj7755 上海瑞金洲际酒店宾客评论
11 December 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by primitivepios Terrible service at times, but great hotel overall
This is a one of a kind - the location is amazing, and the recent renovation has truely made this place to be pure luxury.
Stayed at the Club building, and wasn't disappointed - amazing room, fantasticly clean. Club lounge was top notch - the design, and the great service made it a memorable experience.
What wasn't right? the horrible service at breakfast at the central building. We were there early in the morning, and were the only ones around. Although there were plenty of staff, not all dishes were in place, and when I asked for eggs, I had to wait for about 25 minutes (!!!!) for them to be prepared (although there were about 5 cooks there and they were doing nothing). To top that, we were served with some cold tea, and not a single smile. Dreadful, really.
Great hotel, but service at breakfast has to improve! (although again, service at the club lounge was amazing!).
05 December 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Micheal1986 very good facility, poor service
advantage: good location, very good facility
1.my room was on the 4th floor, but the hotel attendant guide me to the elevator, which is only available to 3th floor. I asked him if it is possible I take a lift to 4th floor directly. He told me No. I spent a few minutes to find an other elevator to my room.
What is worse, I found that I could take the elevator in the hotel lobby directly.
2. No Club Member welcome drink, no ambassador gift, no treatment list.
3.Rotten fruit was found in the room fruit platter.
03 December 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by walabubu 非常棒的历史林园式酒店
29 November 2013