Top Serviced Apartments in Shanghai

Fully Furnished Apartments in Shanghai

Get the best stay in the financial capital of China, with our top serviced apartments in Shanghai. Our accommodation provides you with maximum space and all the essential amenities to make your stay comfortable as well as convenient.

Top 10 Best Furnished Apartments in Shanghai For Short and Long Term Travellers:

  1. Nanjing Rd Apartments
  2. Biyun Rd Apartments
  3. New Pudong Apartments
  4. Jin Qiao Apartments
  5. West Zhijiang Rd Apartments
  6. Wuchang Rd Apartments
  7. Qifan Rd Apartments
  8. Wulumuqi Rd Apartments
  9. Minhang Apartments
  10. Shenhong Road Apartments

In terms of luxury, our Serviced apartments in Shanghai and short term rentals come with the best kitchen amenities, flat-screen televisions, free Wi-Fi, private access and room cleaning among other facilities. We also offer concierge and other services wherever available. Our fully furnished apartments ensure practical yet comfy accommodation solutions in Shanghai for extended durations.

Benefits of Serviced Apartments in Shanghai

Choosing to stay in our serviced apartments in Shanghai offers the right mix of convenience and comfort for guests. You do not have to worry about any legal, contractual or other aspects. Our apartments are furnished in a way that guests feel that they are right at home. Some apartments also come with swimming pools, gymnasiums and other amenities. 

Each one of our apartments goes through a comprehensive checklist of 150 points on safety, hygiene and amenities, to make sure you have a stay that is comfortable. Our 24-hour support team is there to guide you through in case of any issues. We have accommodations for different purposes whether business or leisure, find out more about it below.

Corporate Housing in Shanghai

Our corporate housing in Shanghai options is ideal for business travellers. They come equipped with the amenities and facilities that provide comfort and productivity. Enjoy the benefit of staying in prime locations which are closer to the business hubs.

Our Shanghai corporate housing offers ample space and privacy, offering a chance to unwind after a long day’s work. The accommodations are equipped with essential necessities such as high-speed Wi-Fi, flat screens, a furnished kitchen.

Guests won’t have to worry about the maintenance of the property thanks to weekly housekeeping services and the concierge service will make sure your stay is smooth and hassle-free. Check out our diverse portfolio and enjoy the best of both worlds.

Short Term Rentals in Shanghai

Whether you are looking for an apartment for a weekly basis or just a few days,  you can consider our short-term rentals in Shanghai. They can be rented for less than a year, so you don’t have to worry about leases and other legalities.

Compared to other accommodation options our short term rentals come with more space and amenities. Make your favourite meal in the well-equipped kitchen, catch up on some last-minute work with the high-speed Wi-Fi.

You get to make the space your own and with the 24-hour support team we make sure your stay is perfect. Find your ideal serviced apartment from our portfolio.

Holiday Apartments in Shanghai

Tourists planning to visit Shanghai can consider staying at one of our holiday apartments in Shanghai for a better value and comfort. You will enjoy ample privacy and more space with the best furnishings, appliances and fixtures. Enjoy free Wi-Fi, flat-screen televisions, well-equipped kitchens and security features.

Tourists can enjoy easy access to popular attractions such as Disneyland, The Bund and Jade Buddha Temple. Shopping and dining hubs are also in the vicinity. At our holiday apartments, you will love the sheer space on offer for everyone in the family. Our units offer enjoyable experiences during your stay in Shanghai.

Where to Stay in Shanghai?

If you plan to ever visit the city and wonder where to stay in Shanghai, think of, we are there at your service.

Shanghai is home to several diverse and beautiful neighbourhoods. The Bund and People’s Square is the downtown zone which has several landmarks. Old Town offers a more traditional glimpse into traditional Shanghai while French Concession is a quaint and culturally enlivened neighbourhood. 

Other options include Jing’an serviced apartments which is home to a vibrant community with a global feel overall. Pudong is a newly blossoming locality with several skyscrapers and high-rises. Hongkou and North Shanghai are also good options for a localised Chinese feel while Xujiahui and South Shanghai are worth considering if you love shopping and simply hanging out in general.

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Cost of Living in Shanghai Serviced Apartment

With our wide range of Shanghai serviced apartments, you can be rest assured that you will have a stay that is comfortable and convenient. Offering more value in terms of space and amenities the cost of staying in a serviced apartment in Shanghai starts from CN¥ 385 or $54 per night and can go up to CN¥ 21,215 or $2,973 per night.

Note: CN¥ : Chinese yuan renminbi (Official currency of the People's Republic of China.)


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Things to know before booking serviced apartments in Shanghai

There are over 77 serviced apartments in Shanghai with more being added every day. In total, has over 250,000 apartments across the globe that are waiting to be booked. Book Now .

Prices start from £49 per night and increase from there. Bear in mind that the type of apartment and number of guest will affect the overall price. Book Now .

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Some of the apartment buildings in Shanghai will offer bed and breakfast or gym membership, whereas others may provide them with an extra charge. The apartment listing will make that clear. Other services include airport pick-up, meet and greet and so much more. Book your stay here for the full experience.

That depends on the policy of the apartment/building management. You may have to enquire first when making your booking in Shanghai serviced apartments.

Serviced apartmentsShanghai have all the features of home, are centrally located and have other astounding attributes that make them better than hotels, as covered here .

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More About Shanghai

Facts About Shanghai

Shanghai is one of the four directly governed People’s Republic of China municipalities. It is under the governance of the State Council. Shanghai lies along the Yangtze’s southern estuary with the Huangpu River flowing through the locality. Shanghai is a global centre for technology, finance, manufacturing and research. 

  • Shanghai is a big city and it is one of the largest in the world. 
  • It is also a centre of culture and finance. China wants Shanghai to become the international centre of culture. 
  • Many business houses and industries are coming to Shanghai to do business. These businesses are doing quite well working over here. 
  • Many foreigners want to come here and enjoy their growth in this great city of China. They are trying to tap the Chines market and they make the beginning in this happening city. 
  • It has the world’s longest metro lines. It goes underground for hundreds of miles. It connects various attractive destinations of this city. 
  • Shanghai also has one of the fastest trains in the world running its length and breadth. The city is in close proximity to some of the beautiful water towns. There are several towns nearby where the only way of transport is the waterway. You can visit one of these towns in Shanghai and enjoy your day. It would be the best getaway for you on your weekends.

Shanghai has a flourishing economy as a global hub of innovation and finance. It is also a national centre for trade, commerce and transport. The Port of Shanghai is the busiest in the world while GDP touched CN¥ 3.82 trillion as of the year. The biggest industries in the city include IT, retail, real estate, fiancé, automotive manufacturing and machine production. 

Shanghai is one of Asia’s biggest air transport hubs with two commercial airports. They are the Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport and Shanghai Pudong International Airport. The latter is the primary international airport while the former majorly takes care of domestic flights. 


Tips for Visiting Shanghai

Here are some tips for visiting Shanghai: 

  • One should visit Shanghai during the spring and autumn. The days are warm and comfortable during the spring. The evenings are quite pleasant and cool. 
  • You will enjoy the city all the more during autumn. 
  • There are theatres and art galleries. 
  • There are many museums, monuments of historical importance, Pudong skyline, Zhujiajiao town of historical importance, tea houses, and many food galleries and restaurants.
  • The Chinese Government mandates a working week of five days between Monday and Friday. Work timings are 8 hours a day between 9.30 AM-6 PM usually. There is a break between 12 PM-2 PM. 
  • Restaurant timings are generally between 11 AM and 2 PM and 6 PM and 9 PM. 
  • Shanghai has diverse vegetarian food available if that is what you were worrying about. Eggplant dishes are specialities here. 
  • You can take the Maglev from the airport into the city and local taxis thereafter. 
  • There are 16 Shanghai metro/subway lines and you have directions in English for maximum convenience. 
  • You should keep it friendly and warm with Ni Hao or Hello as your greeting at social outings. 
  • Tipping is not really encouraged in Shanghai or most parts of China except in a few posh locations for private services. 
  • You will find Wi-Fi almost everywhere you go, from restaurants and cafes to bars along with passwords on the go. 

Things to Do in Shanghai

You should at least once visit and admire the skyline of the Bund. The Bund is the place you must visit once and it should be on the list of your priorities. The Bund offers a beautiful skyline of the architecture of the past when the city was a British colony. You can see the big Huangpu River over here. You may like visiting Yuyuan which is one surviving dynasty of the Ming kingdom. Shanghai is also known for its scenery added by the beautifully decorated bridges, pagodas, and dragon walls. 

Q. What are popular things to do in Shanghai? 

  • The Bund is special here and you must be here to feel the place. 
  • You will surely enjoy the waterfront here which is so picturesque. 
  • Shanghai Museum is a popular attraction and the tourists and the locals visit this area frequently. It is one of the best in the country. 
  • You may like Jade Buddha Temple which is also very popular among the people. 
  • Yuuvan garden is another piece of popular attraction here. 

Q. What are some free things to do in Shanghai? 

There are some free things to do in Shanghai. 

  • Shanghai museum is a place for one of the things to do visiting it. 
  • Chinese Pavillion is famous and it’s a popular attraction here.
  • You can enjoy urban art at M50
  • There is Fuxing Park good for a picnic.
  • One may visit century park to walk or jog
  • You can visit 1933 to climb the steps

Q. Does Shanghai have many romantic attractions? 

There are the following romantic attractions here:

  • Near Jingan temple, there is one quiet park. It is a romantic place in the city.
  • The Fountain at Taipingjiao Park is another place known as a romantic place
  • You can find romance at Ballroom Dancing at Paramount Theater.

Q. What are family-friendly things to do in Shanghai? 

The families will enjoy the following things:

  • Shanghai Ocean Aquarium
  • Shanghai 3D Magic Fun House
  • Sightseeing tunnel at the Bund
  • Oriental Pearl Tower
  • The families will enjoy being at the Natural wildlife insect kingdom. The kids will be thrilled to watch some exotic insects here. 

Q. What are unusual things to do in Shanghai? 

You can do the following as unusual activities here:

  • Visiting sculpture park
  • You may explore M50
  • You may do the unusual activity of renting a tandem bike at century park
  • One can visit the west Bund of Shanghai
  • Hongggiao flower market is an interesting place
  • Normandy Apartments
  • Visiting China Art Museum

Places to Visit in Shanghai

Here are the best places to visit in Shanghai:

  • Visit the Shanghai promenade and take a walk. It is the bund.
  • Visit Huangpu Park at the north end of the Bund. It is one of the oldest parks in the city. 
  • You should visit a museum here that is quite interesting. It gives you some facts about the Bund.
  • One can go on a sightseeing tour from the Bund.
  • The Bund – Bund is a wonderful promenade covering the Huangpujiang River’s western bank. It has a colonial vibe and houses several boutiques, restaurants, offices and galleries alike. It is a great place to walk at night and day alike. Take in the 52 novel structures here, showcasing art-deco, Gothic, Renaissance, neoclassical and baroque influences. Find Huangpu Park at the northern end of the promenade.
  • Yu Garden – The Yu Garden lies towards the old town and was laid out back in the year 1559. It is also called the Garden of Happiness, covering 20,000 square meters in all. The Outer Garden, Hall of Spring and Inner Garden are worth visiting by all means.
  • Jade Buddha Temple – The Jade Buddha Temple lies in the city’s Anyuan Lu district. There are two statues of Shakyamuni brought by monk Huigen from Burma. The current structure came up in 1928, substituting the 1882 original. Check out the Hall of the Kings of Heaven and Hall of the Great Hero among other attractions here.
  • Longhua Temple & Pagoda – The Longhua Temple is one of China’s oldest religious destinations. It came up in AD 242 with its 40-meter wood and brick pagoda. It has been destroyed and rebuilt several times over the years. Many important Buddhist ceremonies still take place here and there are 5 massive halls.
  • Oriental Pearl Tower – Visit the 468-meter tall behemoth in Pudong-Park along the Huangpu River’s eastern bank. It offers panoramic views and came up in 1991. It has 11 connected spheres of varying sizes. The Space Module has an observation deck at the 350-meter threshold. The glass outdoor deck is mind-boggling. There are 15 viewing zones in total. The Space Hotel, shopping mall and revolving restaurant are other attractions.

Places to Eat in Shanghai

Shanghai is known for its delectable cuisine and bevy of restaurants. Find Lost Heaven which offers the best Yunnan meals while Old Jesse is all about local picks. Jian Guo 328 offers a cosy ambience while Hengshan Café offers Cantonese meals that will take your breath away! Other top picks include Mr and Mrs Bund, El Willy Spanish, Hakkasan and more. 

Following are the best places to enjoy your food in Shanghai:

  • At Xiaolongbao enjoy soup dumplings and steamed buns
  • Steamed crab and Shanghai steamed crabs
  • Beggar’s chicken is an item people enjoy savouring
  • Peking duck is quite famous here
  • One can eat Braised Pork
  • Fried Pork Buns are the things to taste and enjoy

Street Food in Shanghai

Shanghai street food is flavorful and diverse. Xiao Long Bao is worth savoring along with Shansi Leng Mian or eel noodle bowl. You will savor Dou Hua or the comforting dessert along with the Jianbing breakfast fare which is extremely popular. Other foods worth trying on the street include old-school BBQ Shaokao and Cifantuan which are actually glutinous rice balls

Shanghai is known for its exclusive street foods:

  • Crab shell pie
  • Sheng jian
  • Ci fan or rice ball
  • Paiguniangao is known as pork chop with rice cakes
  • Chai Pan wonton

Shopping in Shanghai

Shanghai is not only the largest city in China, it is also a shopper’s paradise. You will find super malls, fashion stores, shops of handicrafts, fine tailors, electronics markets, and so on.

Shanghai shopping is all about frequenting the bustling Huaihai Road and Nanjing Road along with Yuyuan Garden’s outdoor bazaar. Check out the Cultural Street Market on Fuzhou Road and the Shimen Road clothing market. Xintiandi is another upscale shopping joint.

Transportation in Shanghai

Metro, buses, and taxis are the principal modes of transport in this city. One can buy a shanghai public transport card to pay for the transport. There is a large bus network too in shanghai.

The Shanghai metro rapid transit integrates light metro rail and subway lines, covering the entire urban district and suburban districts. There are numerous metro lines, more than 400 stations and a whopping 704.91 km (it is the world’s biggest metro rail system).

The Shanghai Maglev Train is the fastest commercial Maglev in the whole world. Major railway stations include the Shanghai South, Shanghai, Shanghai Hongqiao and Shanghai West stations. There are the Shanghai Pudong International and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airports.

Weather in Shanghai

The climate of Shanghai is subtropical. There is a maritime monsoon here. It causes humidity and rains. The summers are quite warm and muggy. The winters are cool and so are the falls. Midsummer is the best time to visit Shanghai. The average temperature typically varies from 35°F to 90°F and is rarely below 27°F or above 96°F. 

The best time of year to visit Shanghai for warm-weather activities is from mid-September to mid-October.