So you want to come and Shanghai is well served by two international airports: Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG) to the east of the city and Hongqiao International Airport (SHA) to the west.
Most international Hongqiao Railway Station, the Shanghai hub for China's bullet train system.
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Where to stay: Shanghai hotels
While Qizhong Stadium is by no means in the center of the hustle and bustle, it's certainly not devoid of lodging options. For visitors looking to spend as much time as possible at the tournament, the best bet is to stay as close to the venue as possible to cut down on commuting time; luckily, that's an option. The Shanghai Renji Hotel is just down the road from the tennis center, and offers buffet breakfast, international cuisine and a refreshing outdoor pool, and starts at RMB 933 a night. Another option is the Deqiu Garden Hotel, which offers the reasonable rate of RMB 355 a night for a garden style hotel. There are plenty of hotels in the Qizhong Stadium area, so browse around and find one that suits you!
If time is not of the essence and you plan to explore more of the city on your Shanghai sojourn, then the world is your oyster—Shanghai hotels are some of the best in China. From the Art Deco splendor of the historic Peace Hotel on the Bund to the sleek and chic PuLi or the edgy environs of the Waterhouse, there are a plethora of luxury hotels in Shanghai to choose from. At the other end of the scale, budget hotels in Shanghai are a good mix of reliable chains and small independents offering competitive rates and solid service.
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