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Located near Shanghai’s major transportation hubs, the resort is easily accessible from the two international airports, the Longyang Road Station (Maglev) and Shanghai Railway Station. A limousine pick-up and drop-off is available on request for a fee. Located twenty minutes away from Shanghai Railway Station, and thirty fifty minutes from Hongqiao International Airport and a fifty minutes travel from Pudong International Airport, the urban resort’s central locale, contemporary charm and polished services makes it the preferred choice for discriminating travellers and city enthusiasts alike.
The two most popular day/side trip destinations are Suzhou, renowned for its picturesque gardens and romantic canals, and Hangzhou, celebrated for scenic West Lake and Longjing (Dragon Well) tea plantations. Both cities are approximately 45 minutes away by train.
Shanghai enjoys four distinct seasons, a warm spring, a hot and rainy summer, cool autumns and overcast cold winters. July and August are the hottest months with average temperatures hitting above 35 C (95 F). Winter is chilliest from late January to early February. The best time to visit is during spring, March to May.