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Marvel × DC Room with two beds @ Daxue Road

Wei User Profile

Marvel × DC Room with two beds @ Daxue Road

3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 shared bath
3 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 shared bath
Wei is a Superhost
Superhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
Great location
90% of recent guests gave this home’s location a 5-star rating.

The room is located on Daxue Road, 300m from Exit 9 of Jiangwan Stadium on Line 10, the world of entrepreneurs and international students, cultural and art coffee shops, music bars, gourmet restaurants, cultural and creative stores, entertainment shops, weekend outdoor markets, Fudan University & Finance University is around the corner, short distance away from Wujiaochang Wanda Plaza. With convenient transportation, Metro Line 10 Jiangwan Stadium Station.


Cable TV

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 double bed, 1 sofa bed

House Rules

Check-in time is flexible and check out by 1PM


105 Reviews

于曼 User Profile
November 2018
The lock of the room is broken so I cannot put my luggage in the room. The first day when I arrived there, the wifi was broken too. What is worse, the bathroom was quite dirty and the floor was water everywhere, which made me fall down.
Chih User Profile
October 2017
If you want to explore around Wujiaochang and Fudan, you could not miss the excellent airbnb house owned by Happy, who is an active and kind hip-hop man in University Road. I booked the house for an video interview, so I would like a room which is quiet and clean for the backgrou…
Ali User Profile
October 2017
AirBnb is only as good as their hosts. Wei (Happy is his English name) is playing a serious game with local authorities by registering his guests either with different addresses and accommodating too many people (Nine at one point) in the apartment. Strict violations in the attem…
Wei User Profile
Response from Wei:
Hi Ali, I’m deeply sorry that you had an unpleasant experience staying at my place. Please at least allow me to offer some explanations. I think part of the reason is due to a lack of better communication between us. First of all, I want to emphasize that my place is not a hotel, and the accommodation was booked through the platform of Airbnb. I have received many foreign guests to this date, except for students who have to register at Fudan University, which was not a common practice as a matter of fact, none of them required a [Registration Form of Temporary Residence] as you mentioned. And for this special request, out of kindness rather than an obligation, I would try to assist some guests according to the length of their stay. Again, I want to point out that was not my obligation and that form was also not compulsory for all foreign guests. Upon your arrival, it happened that I was also hosting another two students from Fudan University in need of this form, so I thought perhaps I could assist all three of you together. Now it turned out the other two students got their forms successfully and unfortunately your request was rejected by the local police, the exact reason for the rejection was not specified by the police, they simply mentioned some applicants need more background check. I want it to be clear that I played no part in their judgement and I was not in a position to influence the outcome of it. This whole unfortunate event, I did my part purely out of my kindness. Had I known you had this specific request and would be rejected by the police, I might as well not accept the (Website hidden by Airbnb) reason that I cannot possibly fulfill every such request is that this whole process takes too much time and energy on my part, and since different local police stations have various degrees of efficiency due to bureaucratic reasons, I took you guys to the first station because I had done this before there and I know it’d be faster, saving all of us some time. Also you mentioned that I asked you to check with other Airbnb places, what I meant was that had you checked, you'd realise almost certainly no hosts would go out of the way to take you through the whole process. Finally, I just want to say during your stay, whatever the reason, we didn’t communicate our thoughts quite well, every time I asked if you were doing fine, you always responded “everything is good”. I had no idea you were not content judging from our conversations and your reactions. That was truly unfortunate and I hoped it was otherwise. Second problem. You booked a room at my place, not the whole apartment. It should be clear from the description on the Airbnb website when you booked the room. Your room was separate and for your accommodation only; My wife and my 4-year old child take the master bedroom. Indeed another room had three guests at the time. As for the number of guests, I think it’s my right to decide if I may invite friends or guests over. The point is this never affected your usage of the room you booked. Besides, as a matter of fact, the apartment was empty most of the time. Third problem, you claimed I was leveraging the Airbnb website hosting and marketing. That’s not true. I have been an Airbnb host for many years and dutifully conduct according to the rules, otherwise I wouldn’t have so many guest records already. It’s only when some friends I know personally come over, I cannot force them to go through Airbnb procedure and also because they have a right to choose the service and platform they prefer. As for general guests, I’ve recommended Airbnb each and every time, not only because I’m a loyal customer and fan, but I also enjoy this community created by all of us. Additionally, the little difference between the website description and what you actually saw was due to my periodic decoration of the apartment. It's just sometimes it may take me a while to update every detail. Lastly, as you mentioned, you departed earlier than expected so suddenly. I reminded you that since the available dates were all booked on the website, I was not able to take on new guests. Nonetheless, I offered to recompensate you the fees that may be generated by guests from other platforms.
October 2017
Caroline User Profile
February 2018
Really patient&warm host, honered to have chance live here, convenient, nice&warm place to stay, strongly recommend:)
Andreas User Profile
December 2016
Everything was wonderful here; Happy and his family are very charming - in fact, they made it clear from the very first second that I was not just a welcome guest, but a part of their family. They often asked me to join to eat with them (and Happy's wife cooks great). My stay her…
Frank User Profile
December 2017
An airy and cozy room, the host is really friendly. Will definitely come back again
Junsu User Profile
July 2016
Wei is the best host I have ever seen! He has a fantastic characteristics and his wife is also awesome! I arrived at Wei's place at 6 pm and he even organized some local food for me nearby the house. Also I did not have any sim card at that time and had trouble with my wifi con…

Hosted by Wei

Shanghai, ChinaJoined in February 2015
Wei User Profile
502 Reviews
Wei is a SuperhostSuperhosts are experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests.
Hi, I'm Wei, your host in Shanghai. Please let me know when and where you will arrive in Shanghai, so that I get an idea at what time you would arrive at our place. Looking forward to meeting you! #喜好生活,素材迷,想法控 #爱新鲜事物,主要从事创意策划和广告领域的工作 #闲余嗜好:偶尔为有想法、有追求、敢于突破极限、乐于挑战、具有独立人格的新人策划别具…
Languages: English, Русский, 中文
Response rate: 98%
Response time: within an hour
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