The Hengsheng Peninsula International hotel is located in the heart of Shanghai with easy access to the Bund (a 10-minute walk) Nanjing Road and Pudong areas. North Sichuan Road is just a 5-minute walk away. Renovated in 2007 this city hotel opened in 2003 and comprises a total of 324 guestrooms spread over 27 floors. Facilities on offer to guests at this air-conditioned establishment include a lobby area with a 24-hour reception and check-out service a hotel safe a currency exchange facility a cloakroom lift access and a newspaper stand. It also offers a cafe a hairdressing salon a bar a pub a disco and a games room as well as a restaurant conference facilities and WLAN/Internet access (charges apply). There is an open air patio on level 27 which offers views of the city the Huangpu River and the Bund and the elevator trip to the patio offers views of the surrounding historical neighbourhood. Guests may also take advantage of the room and laundry services (the latter for an additional fee) and there is parking on offer for those arriving by car. Each of the well-appointed guest rooms and suites comes with all the comforts and privacy including a private bathroom with deluxe bathroom amenities and a shower/bathtub as well as a hairdryer a direct dial telephone with international and domestic direct dialling a remote control TV with international satellite channels a desk and high-speed Internet access. They are also equipped with a minibar tea and coffee making facilities a king-size or double bed air conditioning and heating and an in-room safe. A full range of fitness equipment is available at the gym and the hotel features an indoor swimming pool. Guests can enjoy a game of squash or billiards a visit to the sauna (charges apply) or a massage or spa treatment (an additional fee applies to both) to help them unwind. There are also 4 Mahjong rooms. Restaurants are available in different styles serving Chinese and Western food giving guests rich varied choices of delicious dishes including French cuisine Japanese diet cuisine and Southeast food all prepared by great chefs.
too expensive , far from metro, no airport shuttle even though its written on the website , we booked for airport shuttle service, once we arrive, we realize there is no shuttle, I ask how can we get to airport, and they told me we can only take taxi...
It was an ok hotel for a weekend trip. I had a room with the bund view (part of the bund view at least). It is 10 minutes walking distance from the station but i have not tried it as taxi is sooo ship.
It did not happened to me but I overheard one of the woman receptionist talking to a guest over the phone in a not so nice way. also, with the rate I have, internet usage should have been free.
The rooftop bar (indoors and outdoors) with stunning view from the 26th floor is perhaps the very best thing about this hotel. The breakfast buffet is very good (though there are serious seating problems, see below.) The hotel staff were very polite and helpful once it became clear that there were problems that they could solve.
The swimming pool hours were very disappointing: the pool didn't open until 11:30 am, which made a morning swim impossible. It also closed earlier than the other recreational facilities. The breakfast room was a logistical disaster: not enough tables for the guests and a complete lack of organization in terms of seating. Finally, Booking.com take note: there are no balconies at this hotel, despite booking.com's claim that the deluxe Bund view rooms have balconies!
Value for money since the amounts paid include buffet.
location is not that ideal if you are going for city or shopping trip.
The hotelstaf spoke english. Nice view of the bund at the evening. Nice rooms. Easy check-in.
The western menu was microwaved. The food in the hotel was overpriced. There is no metro nearby.
Wish the next visit the in-door pool and spa are ready for the in- house guest for free not for club members only....
so far so good keep-it -up....
We liked this hotel and it's good value for money. We stayed on the 23rd floor so any noise from the construction outside we didn't hear. The room was very comfortable and the bed wasn't hard like some in China. The location in a 5 minute walk to The Bund and 10 minute to Nanjing St, so it's very convenient. The breakfast was very good, there was a big variety of Chinese as well as Western food. Freshly made omelette or fried eggs. All the coffee in Chinese hotels is the brewed American style which we don't mind but if you are after an expresso type/cappucino etc go to Starbucks or the like when you're out. The breakfast tables are round so you are joined by other hotel guests and we met some really nice people from all over the world.
The constructiojn is because of the Expo so things will be finished at some point. Our friend stayed on the 7th floor and he could hear it so if you are a light sleeper ask for a higher floor. There wasn't anything we didn't like.
services - no one noticed you entering the hotel and queue up for check in
the room was great and the breakfast buffet was very good.