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Beautiful hotel but felt the staff were a bit unfriendly.Breakfast was beautiful with a massive choice on display and the rooms were bright and modern.I just felt like the staff let the place down.The hotel was situated in a good place in the city central...More
2 Thank wendy m
Response from Marilyn L, Manager at Regal International East Asia HotelResponded 2 weeks ago
Dear wendy m,
Thank you for staying with us and leaving a five star comment. We are glad to know that you were satisfied with our location , room as well as our breakfast. As you mentioned, our hotel is ideally located on the Oriental...More
The hotel was a definite 4 1/2 to 5 star for us. The decor was classy and modern. It was very clean. The breakfast buffet had a wide range of Chinese and Western items, hot and cold. We were only there 2 nights with a...More
1 Thank Barbara M
Response from Daniel P, General Manager at Regal International East Asia HotelResponded 12 May 2017
Dear Barbara M,
Thank you for staying with us and leaving your valuable comments. We are glad to know that you liked the Regal International East Asia Hotel as well as the California Breakfast buffet selection. We will further upgrade our wi-fi system this summer...More
We stayed here during our very first visit to Shanghai. After our long flight over, we were very happy to find our comfortable room and bed to refresh for our busy days ahead. The breakfast buffet was very nice and offered a large variety of...More
Response from Marilyn L, Public Relations Manager at Regal International East Asia HotelResponded 3 weeks ago
Thank you for staying with us and leaving a five-star comment. We are glad to know that you enjoyed your stay and satisfied with our room as well as our breakfast. Thank you again for all the nice words. We will continue working...More
Great location (close to Shanghai Jiao Tong University). Full service hotel. Good fitness centre. Room had all the amenities you could ask for (carpet needed cleaning). Good value! Friendliness / helpfulness of the staff was highly variable. Restaurant staff / chef were wonderful. Good fitness...More
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Thank Blake H
Response from Marilyn L, Manager at Regal International East Asia HotelResponded 15 January 2018
Dear Blake H,
Thank you for staying with us and leaving your comment. We are glad to know that you were satisfied with our location, facilities as well as our food and beverage staffs. It is our great honour to serve travelers like you with...More
Everything you need in a hotel, very nice room with a comfortable bed. WiFi is good in the hotel room, breakfast a bit pricy but there is a cafe across the road or a Starbucks approx 10 minutes walk away.
I would always stay here...More
Thank Michael W
Response from Marilyn L, Manager at Regal International East Asia HotelResponded 3 January 2018
Dear Michael W,
Thank you for staying with us and leaving a five star comment! We are glad to know that you enjoyed your stay and satisfied with our room as well as our internet connection. Our hotel is ideally located on the Oriental “Champs-Elysees”,...More
While there are technical borders to the area formerly governed by the French in Shanghai, the "French Concession" of today is an amorphous neighborhood that is a favorite of the city's foreign residents. While it is mostly within the Xuhui district, residents will sometimes include parts of Jing'an and Luwan in their mental maps of the Former French Concession. The area seems frozen in time, characterized by quiet,
tree-lined avenues, French-style villas, interesting boutiques, lively bars and quaint cafes that are not typical of China. All of these mix and mingle with local life as Chinese markets and lanehouse communities are peppered throughout. Denizens of the Former French Concession can spectate a mahjong game on the street or get their bike checked at a tiny bike repair store on the way to their refurbished apartment tucked away among Chinese family homes.
Response from Marilyn L | Property representative |
Hi Jackie, it is free to leave your luggage at concierge if you stayed at the hotel. It takes you 5 minutes by walk to the metro line 1 and 3 minutes by walk to the nearest city bus station. From metro line 10 also within... More
Hi Jackie, it is free to leave your luggage at concierge if you stayed at the hotel. It takes you 5 minutes by walk to the metro line 1 and 3 minutes by walk to the nearest city bus station. From metro line 10 also within walking distance. If you wish to visit somewhere, you can ask concierge for help. They can either call a taxi or book a car for you. if you wish to go to the maglev station by public transportation, you can take metro line 1 and get off at the Peoples Square, then change metro line 2 and get off at Long Yang Road Station where you can take maglev train. There is English broadcast and signage at the metro and maglev station so you wont miss it. In Shanghai, most of the bus has English indication but not all of them, again you can ask concierge to show you the way on map and write you notes in Chinese beforehand, it might help. Last but not least, a warm welcome to Shanghai and wish you a safe trip!
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