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The Peninsula Shanghai vs The Kunlun Jing An

Both The Peninsula Shanghai and The Kunlun Jing An are recommended by expert reviewers. Overall, The Peninsula Shanghai is the choice of most reviewers compared to The Kunlun Jing An. The Peninsula Shanghai is ranked #2 in Shanghai with praise from 15 reviewers including Jetsetter, Time Out and Travel + Leisure.

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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The Kunlun Jing An
7 / 10
No.250 Hua Shan Road,Jing'an District, French Concession, Shanghai 200040
From $93 /night
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Hot Tub
  • Free Internet
  • Room Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Shuttle Bus
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Frommer's
"Above all, however, it's the hotel's top-notch service and highly competent staff that make it a favorite of Western business travelers." Full review
Lonely Planet
"A favourite with airline crews and tour groups, the Hilton’s standard rooms are a bit old-fashioned, but the deluxe versions... have had a modern refit." Full review
Star Service
"This international stalwart is nothing fancy, but is as reliable as they come and a popular choice for business travelers collecting this brand's loyalty points." Full review
Time Out
"Opened in 1988, the Hilton Shanghai has a slight marble-and-shoulderpads feel, but regular refurbishments have kept it from becoming too dated." Full review

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