Popular Hot springs Hotels in Shanghai

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How much do Hot springs hotels in Shanghai cost on the weekend?

    Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night on the weekend for Hot springs hotels in Shanghai is GBP 127. Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

  • How much do Hot springs hotels in Shanghai cost?

    Based on hotel prices on Trip.com, the average cost per night for Hot springs hotels in Shanghai is GBP 44. Hotel rates change often; this price is for reference only.

  • When booking a Hot springs hotel in Shanghai, what are the most popular areas to stay in?

    When visiting Shanghai, many travelers choose to stay at Hot springs hotels in the following areas: Hongqiao International Airport AreaJiading Industrial Zone .

  • What are the most popular Hot springs hotels in Shanghai?

    Whether you're traveling for business or going on vacation, there are many popular Hot springs hotels to choose from in Shanghai. Radisson Blu Forest Manor Shanghai Hongqiao is a popular Hot springs hotel to stay at.

  • Of all the Hot springs hotels in Shanghai, which Hot springs hotels have the highest user ratings?

    When traveling to Shanghai for the first time, many travelers find it difficult to choose a Hot springs hotel to stay in. According to Trip.com data, Amai Inn, Sun Island Resort and Gokurakuyu (Jiading) Spa Hotel are popular Hot springs hotels with high ratings, making them good choices for your trip.

  • In Shanghai, which popular Hot springs hotels have gyms?

    Based on Trip.com user ratings, Gokurakuyu Hot Spring Hotel Shanghai Chuansha, Amai Inn and Qiletang Hot Spring Hotel are highly rated Hot springs hotels with gyms.

  • In Shanghai, what popular Hot springs hotels have free Wi-Fi?

    When staying at a Hot springs hotel, internet access is important for both vacationers and business travelers. Sun Island Resort, Zhuli Jushe Hot Spring Hotel and Gokurakuyu Hot Spring Hotel Shanghai Chuansha are all popular Hot springs hotels in Shanghai with free Wi-Fi.

  • What popular Hot springs hotels have non-smoking rooms in Shanghai?

    Many guests care about the quality of the rooms they stay in and want to ensure that their Hot springs hotel rooms have fresh, clean air. Sun Island Resort, Zhuli Jushe Hot Spring Hotel and Gokurakuyu Hot Spring Hotel Shanghai Chuansha are all popular Hot springs hotels in Shanghai with non-smoking rooms.

  • When traveling to Shanghai, which Hot springs hotels have pools?

    Summer is a great season to take your kids or family on a trip to Shanghai. Sun Island Resort(Indoor swimming pool) and Amai Inn(Indoor swimming pool) are popular Hot springs hotels with pools.

  • At what Hot springs hotels in Shanghai can I try local breakfast foods?

    A delicious breakfast is a great way to kick start your day. At Sun Island Resort, Gokurakuyu Hot Spring Hotel Shanghai Chuansha and Amai Inn , guests can enjoy Shanghai-style breakfasts.

  • At which popular Hot springs hotels in Shanghai can I try local foods?

    Those who like trying local foods might want to consider staying at Sun Island Resort, Zhuli Jushe Hot Spring Hotel or Gokurakuyu Hot Spring Hotel Shanghai Chuansha . There are lots of famous restaurants serving local dishes near these Hot springs hotels.

  • What are some popular Hot springs hotels near ?

    If you booked an early flight, you might want to stay at a Hot springs hotel near the night before departure. The Anandi Hotel and Spa Shanghai is a popular Hot springs hotel to stay at.

  • What popular Hot springs hotels in Shanghai have parking?

    If you're planning on driving to Shanghai, why not stay at Sun Island Resort, Zhuli Jushe Hot Spring Hotel or Gokurakuyu Hot Spring Hotel Shanghai Chuansha ? These are all popular Hot springs hotels with parking lots.

Shanghai Hot springs Hotel Guide

Shanghai, known as the "Paris of the East", is a fusion of Eastern and Western cultures, which creates the unique Shanghai-style culture. Shanghai's main attractions are located in the downtown area and Pudong New Area. The city center is famous for its old buildings with a long history and culture such as the Bund and Xintiandi, while the Pudong New Area focuses on new modern buildings such as the Oriental Pearl Tower and the World Financial Center, and even the newly opened Shanghai Disney Resort. There are also some scenic spots on the outskirts of Shanghai; Zhujiajiao Ancient Town, Happy Valley and Chongming Island are all good places for one-day trips.

The subway is the main method of transportation in Shanghai, so you can plan your exploration based on the subway network. Metro Line 2 runs through Shanghai east to west connecting two international airports and Hongqiao Railway Station making it one of the busiest lines. Along the way, it passes by Zhongshan Park, Jing'an Temple, People's Square, East Nanjing Road, Lujiazui, Shanghai Science and Technology Museum and other popular attractions. Subway Line 1 is one of the oldest subway lines in Shanghai, connecting the north and south. Xujiahui on Line 1 is one of Shanghai's large business districts. From South Shaanxi Road Station you can go to the bustling Huaihai Road for some shopping. From Xinzha Road Station you can walk to Shanghai Natural History Museum. Metro Line 10 gives you access to old Shanghai: Sinan Mansion, Xintiandi, Sun Yatsen’s Former Residence, Tianzifang, and Yuyuan Garden. If you still have a couple of days left after all that, you can arrange trips to Shanghai’s suburbs which include Shanghai Disney Resort, Happy Valley, Zhujiajiao Ancient Town, Chongming Island and other attractions.

Shanghai has a subtropical humid monsoon climate with a short spring and autumn and long summers and winters. Shanghai is suitable for traveling all year round. The average temperature is around 16°C. The maximum temperature in summer can reach over 38°C. The lowest temperature in winter can fall to 0°C or lower. The best time to visit Shanghai is spring and autumn, usually from March to May and from October to November. From March to May, hundreds of flowers bloom in the pleasant climate. The rainy season begins in June and the weather turns humid and rainy. From late July to September, it is hotter, and it is also a typhoon-prone season.

Shanghai has four distinct climates. Spring is a good time to go for exploring the city on foot. In addition to the city's parks, universities, and Suzhouhe riverside green belts where you can enjoy the beauty of the blossoms, you can also arrange a one-day to visit one of the six ancient towns nearby. In summer, the temperature if Shanghai is often over 35℃ during the daytime. Therefore, it is better to arrange indoor activities during the day, such as shopping at department stores or visiting the museums. Autumn is the most beautiful season in Shanghai with a comfortable temperature. Wukangli, the Rockbund, 1933, the Cool Docks, M50… all these new landmarks should not be missed when you visit. The winters in Shanghai are very cold. However, many stores have sales during the winter, so you can shop at the indoor shopping malls.

There are many subway lines in Shanghai, and in each area, there are many high-end, middle and low-end choices in terms of hotel. The closer the accommodation is to the subway station, the more convenient it is to travel. People's Square is not only adjacent to Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street and the Bund, but also has three subway interchanges. It is unanimously recognized as the center of the Shanghai. If you can't decide where you want to stay, just choose a hotel around People's Square. If you want to view the scenery of the Bund and Lujiazui from a perfect perspective, hotels on the banks of the Pujiang River are always good choices so that you can enjoy the spectacular rive view from your room. Of course, these hotels in Shanghai are generally more expensive. If you want to experience the cultural atmosphere of old Shanghai, there are still many old houses around Jing’an Temple, Xintiandi, Huaihai Road and so on. There are also quite a lot of boutique hotels in Shanghai, and some bungalows and villas converted from old houses hidden in quiet alleys.

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