CHAI Living Serviced Apartments vs Le Royal Meridien Shanghai

Le Royal Meridien Shanghai and CHAI Living Serviced Apartments are both endorsed by those who travel for a living. On balance, Le Royal Meridien Shanghai is the choice of most writers compared to CHAI Living Serviced Apartments. Le Royal Meridien Shanghai ranks #17 in Shanghai with endorsements from 10 reviewers including Travel + Leisure, Gayot and Condé Nast Traveler.

CHAI Living Serviced Apartments
7 / 10
No. 370 North Suzhou Road, Shanghai 200008
From $0 /night
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Lonely Planet
"If you need a stylish Shànghǎi address, you can’t get much better than these luxurious, beautifully appointed and individually styled apartments in the Embankment Building." Full review
Time Out
"Tempt friends or family to stay awhile in Shanghai by booking them into CHAI Living Residences." Full review
Rough Guide
"Luxury serviced apartments in a genteel Art Deco apartment block."
Travel + Leisure
"This hotel is ideal for the nonconformist who wants cultural immersion into old China, but not without the modern comforts, high design, and personalized service of a luxury hotel." Full review
Condé Nast Traveler
"Housed in the 1935 Embankment Building – once the largest apartment building in the Far East – Spanish artist Tucho’s gorgeous gallery presents a covetable collection of contemporary artworks and antiques collected on his travels" Full review
Le Royal Meridien Shanghai
8 / 10
No.789 Nanjing East Road, Shanghai 200001
From $146 /night
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  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
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"Le Royal Meridien probably has the most perfect location in town... the ultramodern hotel offers luxuriously appointed rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows." Full review
"With considerable panache, Le Royal Méridien executes its Art Deco–inspired design throughout its 770 rooms, high above People's Park on central Nanjing Road."
"Dominating the foot of the Nanjing Dong Lu pedestrian-only street, Le Royal Meridien has changed the face of Puxi hospitality" Full review
Ask for a park view and you'll look out over neighboring People's Park.
Condé Nast Traveler
"One of Asia’s most vertiginous hotel is on floors 79 through 93 of the Shanghai World Financial Center, in the Pudong district." Full review
DK Eyewitness
"Each room in the chic Medidien on People's Square offers a wonderful panorama (for when you tire of the plasma screen) and a vast bathroom."
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