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Holiday Inn Shanghai Hongqiao

No.3555 QiXin Road, Minhang District




Mainland China 

Check In: 2pm

Check Out: 12pm

Check-in Age:16

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86 21 33571999 8116



Shanghai Hongqiao No.3555 QiXin Road, Minhang District

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Location Highlights
City Name:
Direction from City Center to Hotel:
South West
Distance from Hotel:
9.05 MI/ 14.57 KM
1.06 MI/ 1.7 KM East


  • Qibao Ancient Town
  • Huangpu River
  • Yu Garden
  • Jade Buddha Temple
  • Xin Tian Di
Must See

Must See

Located only 18 kilometer from downtown area, Qibao Ancient Town can satisfy your curiosity about ancient water townships without the bother of either long distance or the rush of crowds. As the only ancient town forming part of greater Shanghai with a history spanning over one thousand years, Qibao is more than just a living fossil of ancient Chinese conurbation and urban planning.
Must Do

Must Do

Shanghai cuisine is a popular style of Chinese cuisine. The use of sugar is common in Shanghainese cuisine, especially when used in combination with soy sauce. The most notable dish of this type of cooking is "sweet and sour spare ribs". Shanghainese people are known to eat in delicate portions, and hence the servings are usually quite small, for example, xiaolongbao and the shengjian mantou.
Don't Go Home Without

Don't Go Home Without

The Bund is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Shanghai. It starts from the Baidu Bridge, which is at the connecting point of the Huangpu River and the Suzhou Creek, to the East Jinling Road and winds a 1500 meters (less than one mile) length. Being one of the Top Ten Shanghai Attractions, the Bund is a really beautiful and special place which is worth visiting.


Shanghai has distinct four seasons with plenty rain during May-September. The hottest days in Shanghai are in July and August with more than ten days above burning 35℃ and these days are not suggested for outdoor activities; the coldest days in Shanghai are usually during mid January to early February.