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Holiday Inn Downtown, Shanghai

Updated:2008-06-05 14:05 | Source:

  Address: 585 Heng Feng Road, Shanghai, China 200070

  Phone: 86-21-63538008

  ZIP: 200070


  The Holiday Inn Downtown, Shanghai is strategically located with easy accessibility whether you are in Shanghai or visiting nearby cities. The hotel is within walking distance of the Shanghai Railway Station and Underground Subway to reach all your business and tourist destinations.

  In the Shanghai Pudong International Airport, you can take Line 5 airport bus, which will get you arrive at a station nearby the hotel.

  From the Hongqiao Airport, the hotel's pick-up service charge is RMB120(US$15) per car per way.


  Just next to the Railway Station.

  It only takes 20 minutes by car from the hotel to Hongqiao International Airport

  45 minutes by car to Pudong International Airport.


  The hotel has a total of 510 rooms and suites including Executive Club Floors located in Great Wall and Plaza Wing all comfortably furnished. It is only a few minutes walking distance between the two wings. There is also a physically impaired room upon request. All rooms are equipped with air conditioning system, mini bar, satelite TV, voice mail, safety box and internet access. Room for disbale, 24 hour room service are all available.

  There are wide range of restaurants covering the major regional cuisines such as Cantonese and Shanghainese, offers a variety of choices. At the same time, a coffee shop serving Asian/Western dishes and two lounges with entertainment helps guests to unwind and relax.

  For business meetings, conferences and private function, the hotel offers a variety of function rooms with modern audio visual equipment. The largest room can hold up to 530 people. For recreation, there is a health and fitness center, sauna and massage, bowling alley, billiards room and KTV. Other facilities including a foreign exchange desk and internet cafe.

Editor : Zhu Xinrui

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