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Shanghai Yangtze Boutique Hotel

Shanghai Yangtze Boutique Hotel, Shanghai, China

Our rating: First Class

A fine boutique option close to Nanjing Road and People's Square, the Shanghai Yangtze Boutique Hotel inspires images of Shanghai's older, continental glamour with wood panelling and classical decor, though rooms are also subtly equipped with mod-cons. A block to the south of Nanjing Road, the location is ideal for shopping and exploring.

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