3.5
Average 307 Reviews
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What We Love

  • A choice of three restaurants for Shanghainese, Japanese or Spanish dishes
  • Live music at the lounge bar every night
  • Within strolling distance of the upscale Cloud Nine shopping mall

What To Know

  • The Zhongshan metro station is a five-minute walk away; from there it’s a six-minute ride to Jing’an Temple and 11 minutes to People’s Square
  • There's no spa, but massages can be arranged
  • Free WiFi

Amenities

  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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Bedroom Classic Resort property Suite

Overview

Purse-friendly traditional property in a quiet spot between two parks in Shanghai’s Changning district

The Lowdown

Between Zhongshan Park and Tianshan Park in Shanghai’s Changning district, the Mercure Royalton is a traditionally styled purse-friendly property. Just a five-minute walk from the Zhongshan metro station, top Shanghai sights including the Jing’an Temple and People’s Square can be reached in 15 minutes, and the upscale Cloud Nine shopping mall is within strolling distance. Guestrooms feature dark wood furnishings and an authentically Chinese red and gold color scheme, and all come with soundproofing, air-conditioning and free WiFi and mineral water. Choose between Asian and international options at the breakfast buffet, where a chef is ready to prepare fresh noodle and egg dishes. For dinner, there’s traditional Shanghainese and Cantonese cuisine at the R Kitchen, Spanish dishes at the cellar-style Grand Bodega or Japanese sushi at Fuji Restaurant.

In the Area

Join a morning tai chi session in the nearby Zhongshan Park or enjoy a stroll around the lake or through the rose garden. Farther afield, the 88-story Jin Mao Tower is one of the tallest in the world. Take the high-speed elevator to the observation platform for incredible Shanghai views. Stretching a mile along the west bank of the Huangpu River, the Bund is justifiably one of Shanghai’s major tourist attractions. With European-influenced architecture dating back to the early 20th century, the waterfront area is a picturesque (if crowded) spot for a long stroll. Fresh from hosting World Expo 2010 Shanghai, the city has a booming art scene, and the new Red Town district is well worth a visit. See the Minsheng Art Museum, explore the sculpture park and shop in the Joyce Warehouse.

How to Get There

Mercure Shanghai Royalton
789 Wuyi Road
Shanghai, 200051 China

Reviews

3.5 Average 307 Reviews
West Shanghai
Reviewed 1 day ago

Simple Hotel, which reached a certain age and. You can clearly feel and see it. Quite far from the closest subway station in an area which is not meant for tourists. The rooms/bath rooms definitely need a renovation and the service (room and reception) a training.

Neglected
Reviewed 6 days ago

Neglected, decrepiteda bit shabby hotel. Not worth its price. Currently in the area of construction, hard to find the entrance. Part of the equipment works badly, untuned TV chnnels. Not bad location, 15 minuts walk to the subway.

DONT STAY IN THIS HOTEL,
Reviewed 1 month ago

Attn accor group manager and mercure royalton shanghai

most bad experience with any 4 star property, bad location, old rooms, smelly carpet and most of all breakfast was very bad, mcdonald is better.

how can 4 star hotel from accor group serve this kind food to guests ? we complained to hotel manager, he said catering is managed by outside, we dont care for his respond, we paid for breakfast and we get rubbish to eat ? so unprofessional ? hotel
should be closed if catering cannot be served as per acceptable hotel standard,

my colleague fall sick after eating in this hotel, will inform all my friends and office. we need refund for our stay. so upset with our stay at mercure royalton shanghai ,

pls see our review at trip adviser, see picture tea with tea leaves, can youll serve in newspaper ? ink is harmful, whats wrong with youll ?, bad quality food, it was like bad chinese canteen

we moved to shanghai marriott city hotel

it was just awesome. god bless marriott for taking care of their guest

Something amiss
Reviewed 2 months ago

Maybe I expected more of a Mercure hotel. After all, the room was good with a comfy bed, a useful desk and a bath. Even the breakfast was OK, more Chinese style than Western but that's to be expected. They did let the food go cold in the Bain Marie. I saw some complaints about getting coffee but I found an auto coffee machine that produced such good coffee that I had 3 cups.
But the hotel is hard to find if coming from Zhongshan Park metro station, partly because of construction next door. I asked some locals and they had no idea. Google maps showed it close but the route is devious thru gates and alleys. Then the night-time check- service was offhand. First impressions last the longest. Conversely, the service when I left was excellent.
So this hotel was a mixed bag for me.

Fantastic!
Reviewed 4 months ago

Warm welcome at front desk, staff is very experienced and always ready to help European customers. Welcome drink on arrival (water or juice) is much appreciated. Rooms are spacious, modern, offering free wi-fi. Clean rooms. Lobby is spacious and convenient to prepare yourself for the day. Excellent value for money!