An industrial chic design hotel on the banks of the Huangpu river, with views of futuristic Pudong from its rooftop bar, the Waterhouse at South Bund is at once historic and modern, rough and luxe. Without doubt, the trendiest hotel in Shanghai.
Shanghai (JingAn District)
Edgy contemporary luxury in the heart of Shanghai. Just off the busy West Nanjing Road it offers a haven of sleek design accompanied by a top notch spa, great bar and all the hi-tech gadgetry you'd expect from a hotel of this class. A cool base for exploring downtown Shanghai.
Arguably China’s most historic property, the luxurious and legendary Fairmont Peace Hotel is an Art Deco masterpiece on the Bund promenade. Rooms are a sumptuous blend of colonial splendour and oriental charm. Enjoy views of Shanghai’s Luijiazui skyline and dine in some of its best restaurants.
A modern, luxurious hotel on the top 29 floors of a Jing An skyscraper, the Jing An Shangri La is perfectly primed for one of China’s favourite new hobbies – designer shopping. Rooms also enjoy spectacular, panoramic views of the city, so high up that they afford you a genuine sense of escapism.
Unparalleled grandeur and classic luxury at the Peninsula’s flagship in Mainland China that recalls Shanghai’s heyday as the ‘Paris of the East’. The hotel’s historic Bund-side location – opposite the futuristic lights of Lujiazui – sees it caught between two worlds.