The hotel itself is beautiful. It is decorated with antiques and understated elegance. The photos they provide on the internet is accurate. The location is a little out of the way from the main attraction area like the Bund but there are stores and other things in the area and the taxi ride is not bad and not so expensive (*-* RMB or less than $* US) to the Bund. The room was huge. I stayed at the Westin also and where the Westin wa sleek and modern, the Sky Fortune was more elegant and local (Asian themed). They had turn down service also. The minuses were that the carpet was a little outdated and old (they don't seem to vacuum a lot over there), their staff was very nice but did not understand English very well, and when I was at the pool, the 'lifeguard' stood over you like you can't use the pool except to swim. Their whirlpool/hot tub was a joke! They charged you * RMB (or $* US) and the jets only stayed on for 45 seconds and you had to keep hitting the button to restart it. They a...
I am on day 5 of my 9 day stay at Sky Fortune Hotel in Shanghai. I am staying in a standard room with two double beds. It is currently the 30th of May 2009. Staff is very friendly. Staff speaks English well enough to get what you need done. Room is lovely. Beds are very comfortable. Everything is very tidy and thought out. Breakfast buffet is worth what they charge. Really quite a spread. You will be impressed. I am staying in the back of the hotel, view is of other buildings which is quite common in China. Room is deadly quiet. The occasional door slamming due to some idiot guest with no manners...but no horn honking from the street. I am on the 7th floor and wish every hotel I stay at in China is this nice. T.V. could use more English channels...and as is typical in China....the reception is not always crystal clear and sharp. I have had some spotty internet issues which have been frustrating. Took about 30 minutes for someone to come to my room to tell me the internet was...
The hotel staff was accommodating but the room was a little noisy, I happened to be at the end of the hallway which was a good thing because I was able to hear everything in the hallway. Outside the hotel was also noisy even though I was facing a side street. The restaurant staff was very cordial and most accommodating but on one evening I had military people in the non smoking area, smoking at their leisure with no comments from the staff and seemed to be widely accepted. Otherwise the food was good and the cost was reasonable. The real complaint that I have is regarding the internet service, it was rather costly and getting someone to explain how to log on was a nightmare. I finally asked for someone to come to my room and show me. This proved to be a smart move and didn’t require me to go into the lobby to read emails. For us Westerner’s, there were ample staff on site to speak English and they communicated rather well. At times there were difficulties understanding the wait staff a...
I like the amenities and staff support the hotel provided. They were quick to get us on a shuttle bus to best subway stations. And, they were generally on time to pick us up at the designated pickup point. I will recommend this hotel to my colleagues. Although this hotel was close to the railway station and airport, there were no markets or other restaurants close to the hotel. This was a slight inconvenience considering we went downtown and easily picked up the necessary needs for each day.
nothing not clean, it 's smell smoke, breakfast very bad
A two-person room for the price of one. The restaurant was closed very early (9:30) so I had to go outside of the hotel to eat.
The hotel was really nice, staff was friendly and helpful and the room was clean and had really nice interior design. Breakfast was good, both western and chinese. Very close to the hotel were some shops and restaurants and of course coffee shops. The room was really cold at night and you could hear the noise of the traffic, but that's the common problem of a huge city. The subway was quite far away, but was very easy to find. We took a scooter taxi from the subway to hotel, very cheap and funny experince. In general the hotel is quite far away from the city centre, it takes about half an hour by subway.
Close to some good restaurants , massage, close to airport...internet is provided Shouldnt lie about having an airport shuttle ! need wireless in rooms
room is clean.. kind receptionist.. moning buffet was not good.. just ok.. quite far from metro about 1km.. 15% over charge for service.. quite noisy at 6 floor cause karaoke..
Wetern restaurant in the lobby is good enough if you arrive late and tired. It is only 15-20 minutes from Hongqiao airport by taxi with cost around 25-30rmb
I was impressed with the over all hotels facilities, clenliness and the curtious and polite nature off the staff No
rooms were fab, very comfortable and very warm the food we got for room service was totally off and both of us ended up very sick after it
The people. They were very understanding on why I moved to another hotel. Excellent personnel at that location. No a/c Rooms were very hot. I had to move to another hotel after one nights stay. Stayed across the street for half the price and was a better room. Good a/C.
it was close to airport bad service, dirty bathroom and very dirty carpet. very bad breakfast
Todo muy bien. El té del desayuno es buenisimo. ünico problema es que la linea de metro 10 cierra a las 19h30 y la 9 queda lejos, aún así merece la pena.