Shanghai Hotels near Baoshan Port Cruise Terminal

Hotels Port of Shanghai near Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal

Shanghai temple

Cruise Port of Shanghai (Baoshan)

Shanghai , located at the mouth of the Yangtze River, is one of China’s busiest
and most populated cities. It’s the main departure point for Yangtze
river cruises and Asia Pacific cruises. Currently Shanghai Port
has three cruise terminals.

From cheap and moderate accommodations, to more luxurious 5 star hotels.
We can offer you the perfect place to stay for
your cruise vacation.


Hotels in Shanghai and Baoshan – Where to Stay ?

Ships dock either at the Shanghai International Cruise Terminal, Waigaogiao International Cruise Terminal or Baoshan Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal. Stay in either Shanghai or Baoshan.

The Shanghai Port International Cruise facility, near downtown, can only handle ships smaller than 87,000 tons. Most vessels from luxury cruise lines such as Oceania, Seabourn, Silversea, Crystal and Regent can dock here.

Larger cruise ships from among Royal Caribbean, Princess, Celebrity, and P&O Cruises, will have to berth at the less scenic terminals of Wusongkou Cruise Port (Baoshan) or Waigaoqiao Cruise Port. Cruises that originate in Shanghai China will bring you to other ports of call in Asia such as Tokyo, Pusan, Seoul and Bangkok.

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Shanghai downtown skyscrapers
The Puli Hotel and Spa
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Situated in the heart of Shanghai. Highly recommended hotel by many cruise passengers.

Morning view of Shanghai buildings in city
Shanghai Marriott Hotel City Centre
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5 star Luxury Hotel perfect as a pre or post cruise stay. Located in downtown Shanghai.

Shanghai cityscape
Grand Central Hotel Shanghai
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Stay right next to The Bund and East Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street, one of the best locations in the city.

Shanghai Baoshan Cruise Port Terminals
  • Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal

    Situated near downtown Shanghai China, on the west side of the Huangpu River, directly north of the Bund in the Hongkou District. The complex can hold three large passenger liners of between 70,000 tons and 80,000 tons at the same time. Larger vessels cannot get to the port due to the low bridge on the Huangpu River. They will have to berth in Waigaoqiao or Wusongkou.

    Pier Terminal Address : Shanghai Port International Cruise Terminal, 500 Dong Ming Rd, Shanghai, China

    Wusongkou International Port of Baoshan

    Located at Baoshan District in Shanghai, at the end of Bao Yang Road. It’s one of the most advanced cruise passenger terminals in the world. Wusongkou Port is about 24km or 15miles to the northeast of Shanghai city centre (People’s Square). It can be reached either by subway and taxi.

    Pier Terminal Address : Wusongkou International Cruise Terminal, No.1 Baoyang Rd, Shanghai, China

    Shanghai Waigaoqiao Port

    Waigaiqiao Cruise Terminal is about 30km or 19miles to the east of the downtown Shanghai. The facility is located at Waigaoqiao in the Pudong New Area.

  • Cruise Lines

    Cruise Lines — currently sailing from the Port of Shanghai in China are ships from among Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean International RCL (Mariner of the Seas), Celebrity Cruises, Crystal Cruises, Azamara Club, Costa, and Hapah-Lloyd.

    Ocean liners sail to other parts of Asia and will anchor at the Port of Hong Kong, Singapore Cruise Port (see hotels), Laem Chabang (Bangkok), Yokohama in Japana or Beijing (Tianjin).

  • City of Shanghai in China

    Shanghai — From the skyscraper-punctuated Pudong commercial district, to the historic Bund area, along the banks of the Huangpu River, with its stately colonial buildings and elegant mansions. From the Bund waterfront, also called the Zhongshan Road, you have a nice view of the Jin Mao Tower, a stunning skyscraper opposite the river bank in Pudong Park, Lujiazui.

    Nearby Oriental Pearl TV Tower has a ball at the top and bottom. Take a ride to the top of the tower for fabulous panoramic views of the city. In the center of Lujiazui stands the tallest comprehensive building in the world, The Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC).

    Art lovers must visit the wonderful Shanghai Museum, displaying ancient Chinese art. The museum is located in downtown in the People’s Square. Another must see Shanghai attraction is the Jade Buddha Temple. The temple houses the Sitting and Recumbent white jade Buddha’s, and also has some impressive images of the Heavenly Kings. Head to the classical Yuyuan garden for an enjoyable pleasant walk pass glorious pavillions and pagoda’s.

    In historic Zhujiajiao Water Town in the west, you can hop on a boat for a lovely cruise through the canals and admire the fascinating bridges such as the dragon-adorned Fangsheng Bridge, built in 1571.

    There is so much to do and see that you will never be bored. Spend a night or two before or after your cruise in this amazing city. It will give you time to visit Shanghai’s main sights and attractions. Shanghai hotels are scattered throughout this great metropolis. From cheap and moderate priced accommodations, to more luxurious 4 and 5 star hotels.

    Shanghai is also the gateway to Suzhou. This legendary city, often called ‘Venice of the East’, is well known for its waterways and UNESCO designated gardens, including the Ming Dynasty Humble Administrator’s Garden.

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