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Although it has 20 years to make the flagship property for the hotel group, it was worth the wait.
The hotel is located on the up-and-coming North Bund neighborhood with views of the Huangpu River.
The second Shanghai property for the hotel chain is located in the Lujiazui financial district.
There are 4,000 original pieces of art are scattered throughout the new riverfront hotel.
The hotel’s look is inspired by its neighborhood, including the 1930s villas and laneways.
Stay at the hotel over the weekend and receive a complimentary 60-minute spa treatment and daily breakfast, as well as free Internet, soft mini bar, and access to health club facilities.
With 350-plus rooms, the Renaissance Shanghai Caohejing will put visitors within the Caohejing Hi-Tech park and close to the Xujiahui district’s shopping, nightlife, and cultural attractions.
Built in 1911 on the Bund waterfront, the gentlemen-only Shanghai Club was the most exclusive private club in the city’s “Pearl of the Orient” heyday. A century later, Asia’s first Waldorf Astoria has updated this neo-classic beauty for travelers with a taste for old-world charm. Styled with updated vintage glamor, the towering white marble columns, Continue reading
The Jumeirah group’s first hotel in Asia is part of the Himalayas Center, a new cultural landmark on the outskirts of Shanghai.
A historical road is courting Shanghai’s smart set with an ambitious lineup of food and cocktails.