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Hongqiao is a neighbourhood in Shanghai's Changning District. It's close to the Shanghai Zoo, as well as a massive transportation hub that encompasses Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Hongqiao Railway Station, plus a metro stop, a maglev train station, and a bus terminal. Despite the excellent transport links in the area, the selection of hotels in Hongqiao isn't as large as in other parts of Shanghai. If you want to score cheaper deals on accommodation, avoid Chinese New Year and Golden Week (a 7-day celebration of China's National Day), which are the peak travel periods in Shanghai. Room rates are also likely to increase during Chinese three-day holidays.

What are the Top Hotels in Hongqiao

Hilton Shanghai Hongqiao is a sophisticated venue with 2 restaurants and 2 bars. Rooms are elegant and spacious, and they come with large windows that provide city views. If you want to stay active or get pampered during your holiday, you can take advantage of the hotel's indoor pool, spa, and 24-hour gym. Located near Shanghai Metro Museum, the contemporary Dijon Hotel Shanghai Hongqiao Airport has a restaurant and a fitness centre. Wi-Fi, area shuttles, and airport transfers are all free. Meanwhile, Radiance International Hotel is a mid-range option close to Longbaixincun subway station. It offers a restaurant, a sauna, and laid-back rooms with complimentary Wi-Fi.

Where are the best areas for Hotels in Hongqiao?

The lodging options in Hongqiao are scattered throughout the neighbourhood. For convenience in getting from one place to another, you can consider staying in a hotel that's close to a subway station. There are a few hotels near Longbaixincun, a stop on Line 10 of the Shanghai Metro. A couple of hotels are closer to Ziteng Road station on the same subway line. You'll also find some hotels along Hongmei Road and Wuzhong Road, which are close to Hongqiao Golf Course. There are public bus stops on both Hongmei Road and Wuzhong Road.

What are Hotels like in Hongqiao?

The selection of hotels in Hongqiao generally consists of 3- and 4-star properties. The mid-range picks offer restaurants, complimentary Wi-Fi, and rooms with laid-back or contemporary interiors. On the other hand, the posh venues in the area typically have indoor pools, fitness centres, and multiple dining outlets, and they provide free airport shuttles. Some of these hotels also have spas. Rooms in these upmarket options are spacious, measuring 45 square metres on average, although some four-star hotels offer economy rooms that are on the compact side.

How much do Hotels typically cost in Hongqiao?

In Hongqiao, it doesn't necessarily follow that hotels with higher stars have steeper price tags. The most affordable digs cost around S$75 to S$100, and you can even get an economy room in a 4-star hotel for around S$90. Meanwhile, for about S$100 a night, you can stay in a 60-square-metre apartment with a separate living room, a kitchen, and a balcony offering city views. Some upmarket hotels have rooms that start at S$150, but these are windowless. If you want a luxurious stay in a 5-star hotel, budget around S$300 per night. Watch for great rates and special deals on Hotels.com so you can score better bargains on your lodging in Hongqiao.

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