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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.
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.

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  • 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...

InterContinental 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

    4:55 AM
    • CHECK-IN

      2:00 PM

      12:00 PM


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    Guest Reviews
    Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 253 reviewers.
    Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by 地點一流 服务三流 住過多次了 服務始終跟不上其他洲��更別提上海其他五星酒店 但也習慣了 因為地點對我而言還是比較方便的 也就忍受笑笑就是 這次住的貴賓樓 員工喜歡在大廳互相大呼小叫用上海話討論事情 幾乎天天看的到 甚至二樓一樓大聲對話 不可思議都已經掛洲際那麼長時間了到底是怎麼培訓的員工 請前台幫忙叫出租車 竟然背後用上海話嘲笑我走路十分鐘就到了還要麻煩他們叫車 各位請記得若是入住時腿不大舒服要提前告知他們以免像我一樣被嘲笑 還有如果聽的懂上海話可能也要提前告知他們請他們要嘲笑顧客的時候離遠一點以免聽到心情不好 28 March 2015
    Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Stay In Olde Shanghai This was a great find. I went back and forth about being on the Bund or here. I made the right choice. The grounds and the hotel is beautiful. Staff was on their game. I was in the Club InterContinental section. My room was very large with a stunning fountain outside my patio. The Club was gorgeous. Nice Breakfast and good Happy Hour. High Tea could be a little better. Spa was 1st class. I will stay at this Hotel on my next trip to Shanghai. The area the its located in is a great part of town. Easy walking to shopping and good restaurants are all close. 20 March 2015
    Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Room way too hot. Room would not cool below 74 degrees F. Asked staff twice to send service tech, but it was never fixed. Paid almost $50 US per night for roll-away bed for my child. Hotel would not waive the fee even though I'm Platinum Elite. They told me they had to charge me since I was staying there on an award stay. Had strong impression hotel was doing anything possible, even compromising quality, to save a buck.... cheap, scratchy toilet paper, burned out light in makeup mirror- staff told me they do not replace them. Concierge had poor English skills and little knowledge of local tourist activities. (I recognize this property is in China, but every other international hotel of this caliber I've stayed in has had staff with decent English language abilities since it is the international language of business.) 19 March 2015
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