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Fish Inn Bund is a boutique hotel located 5 minutes walk from E. Nanjing Road, right at the center. 5 minutes walk to metro station, Fish Inn is just minutes away from most of Shanghai's highlight. It is renovated in 2011 to a fusioned hotel with Chinese traditional elements perfectly...
Such a great place to stay in Shanghai. The room is spacious, clean has 2 ac that are quiet and the softest bed we have found in china. The location is walking distance to the Bund and within easy reach of the metro. Its the...More
This hotel had a great location near the metro, scenic areas, and several food options. It was affordable with the amenities we were looking for. The room was comfy and clean enough. Shampoo and soap provided. The hotel let us check our bags both before...More
I've stayed only one night in Fish inn Bund before the beginning of the Conference in Shanghai University for visiting downtown and city Center. This small hotel is really conveniently located in the center, near the Bund. From the street you can't imagine that this...More
Great little hotel, friendly helpful staff, central location, clean,tidy, very good value for money.
We chose this hotel due to location and previous reviews. Shifted to this hotel after completing an Intrpid food tour. This hotel was the best we stayed at in Mainland China...More
I had troubles finding the hotel because it’s located in a narrow street sort of under a bridge. But it’s a walking distance to main attractions and near a metro station. My room was a dulex double room. It was big and had a small...More
Response from Fish Inn B | Property representative |
Hi dear guest, the size of the bed is 1.8*2m in suite, we accept overseas visa and mastercard, but sometimes due to the pos machine problem, it does not work everytime, hope to see you at fish inn bund~ thanks.
Even if you use Agoda (which I did), you have to pay a cash deposit, which is pretty standard in China. We stayed here one night this summer, and there was a 200 yuan cash deposit. I really don’t know if it would be higher... More
Even if you use Agoda (which I did), you have to pay a cash deposit, which is pretty standard in China. We stayed here one night this summer, and there was a 200 yuan cash deposit. I really don’t know if it would be higher if you stay longer than we did.