Shanghai Hotels

Shanghai Hotels

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Low Season August
High Season September
  Average price (weeknight): $119
  Average price (weekend night): $119

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Top tips for finding the perfect Shanghai hotel

If you're planning your first visit to Shanghai, consider staying in the Huangpu district. In this waterfront area you’ll find boutique shops and high-end restaurants, as well as Shanghai's best museums and art galleries. The Hotel Indigo Shanghai on the Bund comes with an indoor pool and promises night views of Pudong. You might also try the Riverview Hotel on the Bund, which is close to the City God Temple.
The Pudong area is home to the Shanghai Stock Exchange and Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone. The district is dominated by skyscrapers and well-known buildings like the Oriental Pearl Tower. If you're interested in exploring the financial district, consider staying at the Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai.
To stay near the historic city center of Shanghai, find a hotel in the Puxi area, which is west of Pudong and across the Huangpu River. The Hotel Equatorial Shanghai will put you close to the Old French Concession area, shopping and fine dining venues on Nanjing Road. The Paramount Gallery Hotel is across the street from Jing'an Temple, one of the most popular attractions in the district.
People's Square is surrounded by museums, shops and places to eat. If you like nightclubs and nightlife, this area of Shanghai truly never sleeps. Book a room at the Majesty Plaza Shanghai. It’s close to People's Square and just steps from the Pedestrian Street of East Nanjing Road. You might also consider The Yangtze Boutique Shanghai, another centrally located hotel.
Many hotels in Shanghai offer airport shuttle services, however, if you need to stay by the airport, consider the 4 star Ramada Plaza Shanghai Pudong Airport or the 4-star Vienna International Hotel Shanghai Pudong Airport Free Trade Zone. Both offer airport shuttle services.

FAQs when booking a Hotel in Shanghai

How much is a cheap hotel in Shanghai?
KAYAK users have found double rooms in Shanghai for as cheap as $7 in the last 3 days. The average price is $105.
How much is a hotel in Shanghai for tonight?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Shanghai hotels for tonight for as low as $7. Users have also found 3-star hotels from $17 and 4-star hotels from $28.
How much is a hotel in Shanghai for this weekend?
In the last 72 hours, users have found Shanghai hotels for this weekend for as low as $9 per night. Users have also found 3-star hotels from $20 and 4-star hotels from $32.
Which are the most popular Shanghai neighborhoods to stay in?
Hotels in Pudong, Huangpu and Jing'an have the most searches on KAYAK. For more information about Shanghai's different neighborhoods, check out our Shanghai's City Guide.
How can I find hotels near me?
Take a look at our extensive hotel Heatmaps to find the best hotels near you.
Which hotels in Shanghai are near Disneyland?
There are several hotels within five miles of Disneyland. If you want to stay close to Disneyland, consider Novotel Shanghai Clover, which is just a few minutes’ drive from the amusement park. You might also consider other luxury options like The Royal International Hotel Shanghai or The QUBE Hotel Shanghai.
Are there any hotels in Shanghai with good swimming pools?
There are several hotels in Shanghai that have pools. Most have indoor pools, such as The Eton Hotel Shanghai, which has an indoor pool and Jacuzzi, or the Holiday Inn Shanghai Pudong, which features an indoor lap pool. There are also some hotels that offer outdoor pools, including the Shanghai Grand Trustel Purple Mountain Hotel, with a rooftop pool.
Are there any kid-friendly hotels in Shanghai?
Most hotels in Shanghai welcome children. The Rayfont Downtown Hotel Shanghai welcomes all children and has tw and three-bedrooms suites, for large families with children. Shanghai Forson International Boutique Hotel and the SSAW Boutique Hotel Shanghai Bund also welcome children and offer family rooms.
What are some of the best 5-star hotels in Shanghai?
The Radisson Blu Hotel Shanghai New World includes a day spa, an in-house mini-golf course, and an indoor pool. The hotel features a rooftop restaurant with panoramic views of the city. You might also try The Puli Hotel and Spa, which has an indoor pool and Jacuzzi. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, so guests can fully enjoy the sweeping city landscape.