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The Peninsula Shanghai vs InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin

Both properties are praised by those who travel for a living. Overall, The Peninsula Shanghai ranks significantly higher than InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin. The Peninsula Shanghai has a TripExpert Score of 93 with recommendations from 15 reviews like Hideaway Report, Forbes Travel Guide and Star Service.

The Peninsula Shanghai
9 / 10
No.32 Zhongshan East First Road, Shanghai 200002
From $306 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Laundry Service
  • Concierge
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Concierge
"Shanghai's most decadent hotel is dressed to impress, from its stepped, faux Deco facade to the grand pillared lobby decorated in cool celadon tones."
DK Eyewitness
"One of Shanghai's finest hotels, offering superlative luxury and fabulous views of the river and Pudong skyline from its rooms, restaurants, bars, and most notably from the extensive open-air terrace."
Star Service
"This property bespeaks elegance from its 1930s style to its personalized service from start to finish" Full review
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Deluxe River View rooms facing the Bund are among the most requested.
Gayot
"Standing tall above the shores of the Huangpu River, this hotel was inspired by the Art Deco period when Shanghai was known as Paris of the East."
Time Out
"Sister hotel to the Hong Kong legend, the 235-room Peninsula is a living example of how to do opulent heritage glamour, and is possibly the most elegant hotel in the city." Full review
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InterContinental Shanghai Ruijin
7 / 10
No.118 Ruijin Er Lu, Huangpu District, Shanghai 200020
From $131 /night
  • Pet Friendly
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Shuttle Bus
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Frommer's
"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
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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."
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Ask for Building One, where Mao used to stay.
Fodor's
"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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