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Based on 27 reviews
Small and Trendy
Small rooms, but super efficient is what you'll get. Enough for one. Big bathroom counter, good shower, good bed and pillows. They replenish all the toiletries and slippers everyday ! Free bottled water all day long. A problem is that they don't have any sort of closet or drawers, so you'll have to keep your things in the suitcase. The western breakfast is simple, far from fancy, but it worked for me. Download a translator app, because they only speak chinese. The TV has a western channel, but I needed to call the technician to work it out, but once turned off, I just couldn't figure it out how it was done ! The gym is in a super small room with no windows. Good location. I had to leave one day early, so I'm still waiting to have my reimbursement. It takes 7 days !
Not prepared for foreigners
Decent hotel. They claim to have a gym which is to 30 year old treadmills in a closet . No exaggeration. Nobody speaks English despite the amount of foreign travellers so service is non existent. Rooms are small but adequate but despite being newer still Have an old odour . The only amazing thing is their bartender who is Super friendly and provides genuine service ! He truly understands hospitality
Stayed here two nights while my daughter and her friend were visiting me from Canada. We stayed here two night and were quite happy with the room. The hotel and room were very clean and the staff were super friendly. The beds were great but like others said the rooms were very small. This was no problem because we just slept, showered and were gone early. The only problem we had was the WIFI wouldn’t work. We asked a couple of time but even the hotel staff couldn’t get it working. I would definitely stay here again. Steve
Be sure that you know what room type you have booked. Although they tell you the room has windows there are rooms with windows looking straight into someone elses room. The walls are quite thin so you would hear clearly whats happening outside or muffles of people speaking next door. Rooms are quite small but just enough for one. I required a room with window looking outside as I like natural sunlight and the hotel just did that but made me upgrade another 280rmb that allowed me to have breakfast every morning. The hotel is quite chic but a bit worn out. The shower water was very weak that i normal 10 minute shower became 15-20 minutes instead. The cleaning lady was very nice and the hotel provided me a lot more cotton as each pack only had one which is never enough for a woman to take off her make up and clean my face. I couldn't figure out the tv. The technician had to help me but after i turned off i coulsnt get it back again. Provided I know Chinese i was still a bit lost. Overall, still not bad! The hotel provided umbrellas on rainy days as well. Convenient location.
Very good budget hotel just north of West Nanjing Road
It's very easy to find excellent and fairly expensive hotels in Shanghai, but the CitiGO works well when you want a more modest place to stay - about the equivalent of USD70/night when I booked through C-Trip. The rooms were small, built more on a European plan, but it worked very well for my wife and I. The food was very good, actually - we had breakfasts and one dinner there, and it was fast and tasty. And (as pretty much everywhere I've stayed in China) the staff were friendly and helpful: things may take a bit longer to negotiate, but if you are relaxed it will work out fine.