Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel Shanghai vs InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin

Both properties are rated very highly by reviewers writing for major publications. On balance, Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel Shanghai ranks slightly higher than InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin. Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel Shanghai comes in at #27 in Shanghai with endorsements from 8 reviews such as Gayot, Condé Nast Traveler and Lonely Planet.

Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel Shanghai
8 / 10
No.1108 Meihua Road, Pudong New District, Shanghai 201204
From $95 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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"The location means the majority of guests are exhibition and conference attendees, plus adventurous upscale travelers with an interest in art."
Condé Nast Traveler
"A 401-room high-style hotel across from the international exhibition center in Pudong." Full review
Star Service
"This deluxe operation stems from Middle Eastern roots and is right at home in luxury-focused Pudong, attracting business and leisure travelers to its doors in great numbers" Full review
"When guests enter the Jumeirah Himalayas Hotel'€™s stunning sixteen-meter-high lobby... they will feel as if they'€™ve stepped into an ancient Chinese history lesson."
Time Out
"The hotel boasts 401 rooms, including 61 suites; four restaurants including a steakhouse and Japanese sushi/teppanyaki restaurant; and a swimming pool and fitness centre." Full review
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InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin
7 / 10
No.118 Ruijin Er Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200020
From $129 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
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"The facilities and the service may not be the finest for what you're paying, but the overall atmosphere of colonial Shanghai, at least the refined version of it, is lovely." Full review
Ask for a garden-view room.
Insight Guides
"Five renovated historic villas, all with different prices, are set in an expansive estate dotted with fountains and pavilions, and located in the heart of the old French Concession."
Rough Guide
"Cosy and exclusive Tudor-style villas in manicured gardens."
Ask for Building One, where Mao used to stay.
"Formerly the Morris Estate, the preserved villas here showcases how opulently tai-pan (expatriate millionaire businessmen) lived in Shanghai's 1920s and 30s." Full review
Lonely Planet
"Dark-wood panelled corridors lead to enormous, pleasantly appointed rooms." Full review
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