À propos de ce logement
This quiet apartment is in the heart of the tree-lined French Concession - can't beat the location. Bedroom, living room, dining/kitchen room, balcony, bathroom - can sleep 4 people. 5 - 10 min walk to line 10, 7 and 1 subway.
This place is a little oasis in the best area for staying in Shanghai. There is everything here you need to feel at home - books, record player/vinyl, spices, artwork, bikes, Nespresso machine, plants etc etc. The bedroom and living room are separated by a dining room/kitchen so there's privacy if you are more than 1 person. The space also comes with a very reliable and efficient cleaning lady who comes once a week, and works for many other people in the same building.
Accès des voyageurs
The whole apartment is yours!
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I worked in the music/creative industry in China and am a huge food lover so have great pointers for music, live shows, venues, bars, restaurants, etc.
This neighbourhood is the best area in Shanghai. Former French Concession is quiet, tree-lined, nice little cafes, grocery stalls, boutique shops, restaurants, bars all within walking distance. Also right next door to Boxing Cat Brewery if you want to try a local craft beer establishment!
5 min walk to Shanghai Library subway stop on Line 10, which will take you all the way to Hongqiao Airport/Train station. 10 min walk to Changshu Lu Station for Line 1 and Line 7. 10 - 15 min away from many tourist attractions. I also have a bicycle and an electric bike you are welcome to use.
Own pretty much every basic type of coffee making apparatus, including a french press, coffee grinder, stove-top percolator, and Nespresso machine. You are welcome to use all of it.
Basic rules of respect for other people's propery/human decency apply.
Si vous annulez jusqu'à 7 jours avant le voyage, vous recevez un remboursement à hauteur de 50 % et les frais de service vous sont remboursés intégralement.
I travel a lot for both work and pleasure. I was born in Australia, raised in Canada, and have been based in China for 7 years now - recently moved from Beijing to Shanghai. I worked in the creative industry for many years and now do music/sports marketing events in China for a global brand. I have lived in many different cities/countries/cultures around the world and I get along with pretty much everyone that I meet. In general, I'm very undemanding and self sufficient. I also know where the best places are to eat, see live music shows, and ride a motorcycle.