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Featured Shanghai Hotels

From its soaring modern skyline to its lush gardens and palaces, Shanghai has long been a place of fascinating intersections. Both a historic epicenter of global trade and a city bisected into two distinct cores by the Huangpu River, our wide range of Shanghai hotels will help you experience these pleasing contradictions firsthand.
Get to know Shanghai’s dramatic skyline from the vertiginous observation deck of the Shanghai World Financial Center’s 100th floor. From there, hit the Riverside Promenade in the Bund District to begin to get a feel for the city and its lively mix of old and new. Here, the original trading houses and consulates of European nations line the riverfront. Located within the old walled city, the City God Temple is a large complex of roofs eaved in traditional Chinese style, with serene tea houses and pavilions that help you forget you are in one of the world’s largest cities. From there, stroll to the nearby Yuyuan Garden, a 16th century monument to tranquility that boasts the Exquisite Jade Rock, an impressive boulder that is rumored to have been salvaged from a shipwrecked shipment bound for the Chinese emperor.
Cross the river to Pudong, Shanghai’s center of modernity, and crane your neck to view the Oriental Pearl Tower, a true symbol of the city. Many are drawn by the pull of Nanjing Road’s buzzing neon streets, and you’ll see why once you witness the spectacle of boutiques, scrumptious traditional dining, and people watching for yourself. The Yuyuan Bazaar offers more
traditional Chinese shopping opportunities, and an ideal spot to try some piping hot dumplings. Learn more about the past and current history of the city while indulging in a glitzy night out at the one-of-a-kind Shanghai Circus World. During this spectacular show, scenes of Chinese history are brought to life through a mix of dance, acrobatics, and martial arts synchronized with a music and light show.
Our hotels in Shanghai mimic the spirit of the city with their sparkling modern conveniences and old-world emphasis on polite, friendly service. Rest assured knowing that our top-notch amenities, stylish rooms, and great values have you covered throughout your stay in Shanghai. Book with IHG today and start your vacation on a high note.

Latest Shanghai Hotel Reviews

Good Hotel
Good Hotel to stay for longer time. Good Reception Good Courteous staff. [Less]
By djyintl
I am still the longest staying guest here. Past 5 years @ minimum of 200 nights a year. My home away from home. Heard the new GM is not really new. Very glad a familiar face is back. Wishing him [More] the best of luck. The only reason I didn't give 5 points on breakfast choice is: I have eaten 200+ days this year. Not anyone's fault but just a bit too much for me. [Less]
great facilities
By ssy91
Convenient location by Hongqiao airport for late night arrivals. Breakfast was awesome. The aunties in the dining room were really attentive. Interior looks better than what you'd expect from the [More] exterior. Bank was next door for easy currency exchange. Blanket could have been a little lighter as it made sleeping very warm. [Less]
Value for money, comfortable bed and great service
By Edna Low
Always trusted Holiday Inn Express to provide a consistence service. [Less]
Water Tap Flow
By Guardians
Dear Sirs, Please install a water flow limiting device on the faucet. The water flows too much, but the water pressure level of the so called " pressure shower" as advertised was not [More] adequate. Hope the water flow is channeled differently next time Thank you Sudhesh [Less]
Great Value for Money
By rangaparth18
Except for a few occasions by a particular staff member, all of them were very courteous and helpful. The breakfast room was large hence we could always find a place to sit and eat. [Less]
great room and view
By rayster6969
Very nice room and unobstructed view to the Bund. They are constructing something accross the hotel, so it may get noisy at times, but overall good experience [Less]
Felt like I was in China
By CAS 16S
Having been a backpacker in my younger years, I have always had an aversion to big western hotels. I find them soulless and all the same. You wake up, look around your room and have no idea which [More] country you are in. There was no mistaking where I was at Hotel Indigo, Shanghai on The Bund. The room decor was a gorgeous contemporary Chinese style, and had all the comforts you could possibly need. We had an issue with our bed configuration but it was sorted after the first night and were upgraded to a corner room by the ever pleasant duty manager Karl, who was fantastic.The river side corner rooms are worth the extra if you can afford it. I think this hotel has the best view in Shanghai. It is located at the southern end of The Bund, on the rivers edge with no buildings to obstruct the view of the historic part of The Bund or across to Pudong. It was about a 15 minute flat, safe and easy walk along the riverfront to the main part of The Bund, there is a Hop On Hop Off Bus stop 50m from the main entrance, and a big shopping, hotel, residential and business development being built across the road (almost complete so no disruption to your stay). This development will probably bring a bit more life to this quiet part of The Bund, so is a good thing. Can't recommend this place highly enough. [Less]
“Fantastic views, wonderful service, centrally located”
This is a amazing hotel at the south end of the Bund. Check in was seamless, the rooms are spacious with the perfect blend of classic Chinese style and modern comforts and spectacular views. The Quay [More] restaurant on the 6th floor is bright and colorful and overlooks the river and the Bund and offers Asian dishes as well as western favorites. The burger was very flavorful and cooked to perfection. Stayed October 2016, travelled with friends [Less]

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