Somerset Gubei Shanghai

Lane 99 Yaohong Road Minhang District Shanghai 201103 • From $0 Per Day
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  • Two, Three, & Four Bedroom Units Available
  • Up to Two Bathrooms
  • Laundry In Unit
  • Fitness Equipment

Property Details

About this property

Somerset Gubei Shanghai is located in the affluent residential area in Gubei District of Shanghai, adjacent to consulates and two prosperous commercial areas, Xujiahui and Hongqiao Development Zone. It is also surrounded by a number of shopping centres, supermarkets, golf courses, and international schools; conveniently meeting the needs of our guests. The residence is a short 35-minute drive from the National Exhibition and Convention Centre (Shanghai).

Take a stroll at our garden to enjoy a peaceful oasis in the heart of a bustling city or drive to the commercial areas nearby to indulge in shopping and fine dining experience. The nearby Metro Lines 9 and 10 provide you with easy access to every corner of Shanghai and the international metropolis. Both Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao Railway Station are 25-minute drive away.

Amenities

Fully Equipped Kitchen
Free Wi-Fi
Water Dispenser in the room
Twice per week maid service
Satellite TV
24h reception
Gym on Site
Children's Playroom
Yoga Studio
Residents' Lounge

Property Location

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Shanghai is home to the world's second-highest tower and host to other other neck-craning mamoths. But it's not all sky-scraping razzmatazz- beneath its crisply cool veneer, you can find a treasure chest of architectural styles. The city's period of hgihest expansion – the 1920s and 1930s – left Shanghai with pristine examples of art deco architecture. And there's more: from Jesuit cathedrals, Jewish synagogues and Buddhist temples to home-grown laneway and shíkumen housing, 

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