Hotels and more in Shanghai

  • All 3143 hotels and more in Shanghai
    Show map
  • The Drama

    The Drama

    Downtown Shanghai, Shanghai

    As the first theatre-themed hotel in Shanghai, The Drama is inspired by Shakespeare’s plays, and all rooms are named after his masterpieces. Decor, friendliness and vibe. Amazing hotel with very original artwork.

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £156
    9.1 Superb 194 reviews
  • Cordis Shanghai Hongqiao

    Cordis Shanghai Hongqiao

    Minhang, Shanghai

    Located just a 10-minute drive from Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Hongqiao Railway Station, Cordis Shanghai Hongqiao offers city view in all rooms. High quality hotel, with beautiful contemporary room, many amenities, walking distance from Hongqiao station

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £93
    9.0 Superb 271 reviews
  • Shanghai Donghu Hotel

    Shanghai Donghu Hotel

    Downtown Shanghai, Shanghai

    Shanghai Donghu Hotel is located in the vibrant Donghu Street, with several delicate gardens and a fountain surrounded. A perfect break. Great location and close to the metro line.

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £139
    9.0 Superb 430 reviews
  • Wanda Reign on the Bund

    Wanda Reign on the Bund

    Bund, Shanghai

    Located in the heart of Shanghai, Wanda Reign on the Bund features spectacular views of the Bund, Huangpu River and Pudong skyline. It’s the best bed I slept ever! With the view to Huanzhou river and the bathtub which allows even 3/4 people to share together, I have to say that’s an excellent experience. The pool is simply amazing, as well as the sauna. The bad part is that the Ruiku Bar closes toooooo early....And the staff promised me to give me 2 apples for my second day but they forgot..

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £247
    9.1 Superb 211 reviews
  • Lulun Hotel

    Lulun Hotel

    Shanghai

    Featuring air conditioning, Lulun Hotel offers accommodation in Shanghai, a 15-minute drive from Qibao Ancient Town. The city centre of Shanghai is about 20 km away. The host was very nice and helped with everything, really sweet, difficult to find better. The room was very big, it's clean and very nice, feels like you are staying at home. And it was not far away from the subway, and also a new shopping centre and a lot of restaurants and supermarkets. It was a very quiet area not crowded at all, and you could go outside late without a problem. Perfect service.

    Show more Show less
    9.4 Superb 109 reviews
  • Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai

    Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai

    Lujiazui, Shanghai

    Featuring an indoor pool, a spa and 5 dining options on site, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai offers accommodation in Shanghai. many other luxury hotels are in skyskrapers with lobbys at higher floors while this has its own old school entrance and owns the whole building. Located in the financial district. Ery silent area. Fantastic service. And elegant decor. Probably the best in shanghai

    Show more Show less
    Avg. price/night: £187
    9.1 Superb 258 reviews

Shanghai's best hotels and accommodation with breakfast

Budget hotels and accommodation in Shanghai

Stay in the city centre! Shanghai's hotels and accommodation

Shanghai was highly rated for shopping by 691 guests from the United Kingdom! Shanghai travel guide

A Beacon of Modern China

A beacon of 21st-century China, Shanghai is modernising at an electrifying rate. Nowhere is this more evident than the skyscraper-punctuated Pudong commercial district. The most distinct - the Oriental Pearl Tower - has a ball at the top and bottom and offers fabulous city views. A number of towers also twist as they go up – a feat of contemporary engineering.

This side of the city also houses Shanghai Pudong International Airport, while Shanghai Hongqiao Airport is over the Huangpu River in the Puxi district. An area of older and less dominating buildings, Puxi features the elegant Bund area whose varied architecture includes a surprising array of Art Deco.

With a choice of shopping centres and small shops beneath brightly lit neon signs just like Chinatowns across the world, Shanghai shopping is fantastic.

Other must-see Shanghai attractions include the wonderful Shanghai Museum and the Jade Buddha Temple. For a break from the hustle and bustle head to the Yuyuan Gardens, the beach or peaceful Zhujiajiao Water Town in the west.

Whether you choose one of the Shanghai hotels, apartments or hostels, take time to go to a tea house, a Chinese institution. Also worth sampling are Shanghai hairy crab, steamed dumplings and the freshwater fish so popular with locals.