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I had a very bad experience in this hotel.
I arrived for business and left after one night.
The bathtube had dirt marks from the previous person (or animal...) who used it.
Shower dirty, as you can see in the picture.
Carpet: dirty and stinky:...More
The Nikko was very convenient for my business trip. Nice, quiet room and shower/bath with all the amenities. Nice breakfast buffet but getting a decent espresso is nearly impossible even if the staff tried and run for getting me one. In general OK for the...More
Stay at 16th floor. View was great. Facing nearby offices but not too near for people to see into the room. Room was clean and comfortable. Within walking distance got some shops, not a lot but you can get what you need. Check-in and out...More
The client booked it for me. First time staying at any Nikko. First impression - clean - tidy - functional. Quite grand for a Japanese brand hotel.
Location was convenient. Jing'an district.
They gave me a suite - with a round bed, a lot of...More
Spacious well laid out rooms and state of the art Japanese bathroom fixtures but...
Front Desk staff and concierge are willing but need more support from mgmt.
Location is a little off the beaten path but surrounding neighborhood is great!
Definitely worth a visit!
The residential and commercial areas around the beautiful grounds of Zhongshan Park have never been considered particularly fashionable by a majority of Shanghai’s foreign residents, but plenty of expats do choose to live here. The park itself is a huge draw, providing a pocket of serenity in the middle of the metropolis. The area has its share of trendy shops with wares that can’t be found elsewhere, delicious
restaurants with food ranging from fancy to affordable, and great hidden bars. Rents are also cheaper here than in other neighborhoods with the same conveniences. Aside from the obvious attractions, with its neighborhood fix-anything shops and pop-up street stalls that sell anything you need, you’ll never sacrifice Western comforts.