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Amanyangyun
6161 Yuanjiang Road, Shanghai
31.037490°N 121.357397°E

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24 hour reception
Free wi-fi
Pool
Free parking

Amanyangyun

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24-hour front desk / Complimentary breakfast / Free high speed internet connection / Free parking / Health club / Indoor pool / Laundry/Valet service / Outdoor pool / Pool / Safe deposit box / Sauna