This is one of the luxurious hotels in Shanghai. Part of the Ritz-Charlton chain of hotels, it is renowned for its lavish hospitality. The hotel's central location, 24-hour business center and secretarial services make it a prime accommodation for business travelers.
Conveniently located in the financial district of Lu Jia Zui, this five-star hotel offers spectacular views of the Huang Pu River and the Bund (Wai Tan). While the hotel's rather bland exteriors are not much to look at, the interiors say it all with a magnificently opulent lobby entrance and decor, as well as top-notch bars, posh restaurants—among which is the well-known Jade on 36 Restaurant & Bar—and service. Ideal for the discerning business traveler, the Pu Dong Shangri-La provides first class hospitality.
This hotel is designed for the business set, spending most of their time in Shanghai on the Pu Dong side. It is billed as a "state-of-the-art corporate hotel", situated on the eastern side of the Huang Pu River. It has all the in-room facilities a guest could want and a hotel fitness center and business center within the hotel for other needs. A pleasant and comfortable hotel located in the heart of the ever growing Pu Dong District.
This comfortable hotel is located in the heart of the pedestrian section of Nan Jing Road, within walking distance of People's Square and the Bund (Wai Tan), and just a short taxi ride away from other popular destinations such as the Yu Gardens. Dine in the hotel's French, German, Cantonese or Shanghainese restaurants, unwind with a massage, and enjoy a peaceful night in the sound-proof guestroom. With fully-equipped conference rooms and executive service, this hotel provides quality service to both business and leisure travelers. Breakfast is inclusive in the Club Sofitel Queen Bedrooms but not in the double beds and the suites.
Supposedly the highest hotel in the world, the Grand Hyatt Shanghai occupies the top 33 floors of the 87-floor Jin Mao Building. The dramatic height creates a wonderful panorama of the neighboring Pu Xi District and Huang Pu River. The chic and modern atmosphere, the floor-to-ceiling windows in the guest bedrooms, the Hyatt's five-star attention to detail and fine dining options all make this hotel one of the best Shanghai has to offer.
One of the first international hotel chains to reach Shanghai, the Hilton has established itself in the hustle and bustle of the city's business district. Leisure travelers have easy access to several antique shops and restaurants, with the modern shopping areas of Huai Hai and Nan Jing Roads only a short walk away. With the chain's reputation for service and quality, and its prime location, this hotel is constantly busy.