Weight room was spacious, with new equipment and quite. The treadmills have nice TV's mounted on them with many English Channels. They had a nice Jacuzzi, steam room, and sauna in the locker rooms. The pools was nice. View from the room was spectacular. The prices at the Spa were ridiculous. Even though we had 200rmb per person off vouchers, it would still be highway robbery at those prices. If you know Shanghai well, you can get a classy 5 star massage for half the price.
The room smelt a bit like humid carpet. I missed having a small coffee/tea station in the room.
Luxury and Class Nothing
Staff very helpful, polite and cheerful. Most spoke some english, particularly at reception. Hotel in the grand art nouveau style. Nice feel. Permanent bad drains smell in lobby area. Tried the two main restaurants, adequate only. Bar food fair. Breakfast very good. Incessant works, both in and out doors disturbing.
Very central location, polite staff and the view of the city. I always feel safe in this Hotel.
Well styled in keeping with period of building
Its location in Kowloon: close to all major shopping, traveling out, walking,view fron the window and outstanding stuff. No, I liked every thing
The front staff was very helpfull. they work dard to understand the guests requests. The internet business office. You should drastically improve it or get rid of it altogether. It is unbecoming of you.
Fabulous views of the Bund and Pudong, the soft bed! (a rarity in China)
great location, rooms absolutely ok, especially the ones with a river view. The french named but chines produced red wine (in the minibar) was ridiculuously overpriced and among the bottom 5 wines I've ever tasted. The cheese platter (room service) was so poor it was laughable, again insanely overpriced.
view, location lack of hairdryer in 5 star hotel?