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“Modern Luxury ”

Written on: 28/11/2005 by GordonBlacklock (2 reviews written)

Modern Luxury

The Westin Shanghai is promoting a new concept with its in room workouts, sponsored by Reebok (or is it Rbk these days?). The concept is borne out of a need for high level executives whose schedules are so frenetic they don't have time for the rigmarole of gyms. The Westin Grand suite has thus been converted to accommodate an exercise machine and various other pieces equipment to facilitate a work-out how and when they guest desires.

The Westin's Grand Suite is very appealing… Read Full Review

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“Shanghai is a busy and bustling city. It is very cheap...”

Written on: 25/08/2005 by marsden72 (2 reviews written)

Shanghai is a busy and bustling city. It is very cheap and one of the best ways to see it all is to take a taxi everywhere. Taxi drivers dont speak English at all but if you have a hotel card you can tick where you want to go or the concierge will write out where you want to go in Chinese.
The Bund is bustling with tourists (mostly chinese ones) but you should take the underground train to get to Pu Dong and then go up the TV tower.
All kinds of food are available and its extremely cheap to eat… Read Full Review

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