JI Hotel Shanghai Stadium - Shanghai - China

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JI Hotel Shanghai Stadium hotel city: Shanghai - Country: China
Address: No. 222 Caoxi Road; zip code: 200235

JI Hotel Shanghai Stadium is conveniently adjacent to Shanghai Stadium. Free WiFi is covered in all areas of the hotel. Shanghai Jiao Tong University - Xuhui Campus is 3.
-- JI Hotel Shanghai Stadiumは、上海スタジアム近くの便利な場所に位置しています。館内全域で無料Wi-Fiを利用できます。 ホテルから上海交通大学の徐匯キャンパスまで3.
-- 全季酒店上海万体馆店毗邻上海体育场,提供覆盖酒店各处的免费WiFi。 酒店距离上海交通大学-徐汇校区3.1公里,距离上海国际农业展览中心6公里。最近的机场是虹桥机场,距离酒店10公里。 所有住宿均配有空调和有线电视。连接浴室提供拖鞋、吹风机和免费洗浴用品。 前台提供行李寄存处和保险箱。洗衣服务可应要求提供。

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