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Q: Short term stay in Shanghai? Serviced apartments?

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I am looking for a short term stay opportunity between now and the 16th of December in Shanghai. The location should be in the triangle Yu Garden, Laoximen, People Square. It can be a serviced apartment or even a hotel or youth hostel of which you know that they offer long term stays.

The issue is that my current contract will expire and it is quite hard to find a stay for a few weeks only on Smartshanghai housing.

 

Thanks for any advice!

8 years 26 weeks ago in  Housing - Shanghai

 
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 I would get one of the Chinese assistants or a Chinese friend to look on the internet for you. Most of the good deals on stuff like that are only on the internet. You will have to find one that is owner advertised.

 You may want to post an add stating your needs on Craigslist Guangzhou. I know there is a few there because I have stayed in them before, but I don't know the names,sorry.

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It depends on your bugdet, You  can find the property agent  to help you find a apartment  

 

 

 

 

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