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Shanghai Ruijin

WELCOME TO

Shanghai

Concierge Photo
Tony Dai
Chief Concierge

Insider Tips

LOCAL CULTURE

Breakfast in Shanghai "four big king kong"

Shanghai Styled Breakfast is used to numerous and exquisite, among which "four big king kong" -- pie, deep-fried dough sticks, soybean milk, rice are the most famous ones. Shanghai people cling to their long-standing, even over breakfast itself, to become the city of Shanghai taste memory.
RICH SHANGHAI HERITAGE DELIVERING OLD WORLD CHARM IN MODERN LUXURY STYLE
InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin, formerly the State Guest House of Shanghai, has a rich heritage having served Chinese historical figures such as Chairman Mao Zedong and Premier Zhou Enlai. During the War of Liberation, the hotel was the headquarters of the Communist Party in Shanghai. The classically styled hotel is centrally located along tranquil Ruijin Er Road, close to Huaihai Road’s luxury retail, the quaint shops at Tianzifang, and the trendsetting Xintiandi bars and restaurants.

Guest Reviews

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HOTEL HIGHLIGHTS

  • Restaurant & Lounges

    With its romantic garden setting, elegant restaurants and classy bars, InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin serves as a gourmet food and drink destinat...
  • Amenities & Services

    Hotel's Fitness Center and SPA features an indoor swimming pool, various spa treatment rooms and a modern gym. We guarantee a healthy workout at ou...

PROPERTY

AT-A-GLANCE

Shanghai Ruijin
  • No. 118 Ruijin Er Road
  • Shanghai , 200020
  • China, People's Republic Of
  • Front Desk +86-21-64725222

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Languages spoken by staff

English, Chinese

Pet Policy

No Pet Allowed.
  • Local Time

    7:20 PM
    • CHECK-IN

      2:00 PM
    • CHECK-OUT

      12:00 PM

    Currency

    • Chinese Yuan ¥ (CNY)

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    • Parking
    Guest Reviews
    Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 135 reviewers.
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great service I always feel special. Jessie greeted me when I walked out of th taxi. She delivered more water bottles to my room. She always checked if everything was fine. She booked the conference room for me. I appreciate her excellent services. 18 July 2014
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Hotel and grounds. Great Hotel to stay while in Shanghai area. Great for business meeting. I will always stay here vs any other hotel in Shanghai area. General Manager and Chef are fantastic. 18 July 2014
    Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Beautiful property, interesting history, just a few glitches A very unique hotel experience in Shanghai, with truly lovely grounds and hotel buildings. It was wonderful to stay somewhere with such character and history, and not just another anonymous modern hotel. The Reception desk staff at the Club building where we stayed were very helpful. Just three things I would consider as room for improvement: When we arrived, room service trays from the room next door to us had been left outside the door. That would have been ok except that they were still there two days later, along with our own room service trays from our first night at Shanghai Ruijin. I cannot understand why the maids or other staff did not see fit to remove the trays immediately. Looking at half eaten food on a tray when entering or leaving one's room for two days is not up to a 5-star professional standard. The breakfast options in the Club buildings where we stayed were limited, and the coffee and eggs order took a long time to arrive. On morning 2 of our visit, we ate breakfast at La Rue and it was very good. The lunch time meal variety at La Rue Restaurant is good quality but very limited. 18 July 2014