Hotels in China

At one time in the building's more than 80-year history, it was the tallest Art Deco building in the Southern part of the city, and a landmark in the French Concession on the then Avenue Petain. Nowadays, the soaring five star hotel is a glamorous reminder of the area's past.

This historic Art Deco hotel, in the Former French Concession, has been restored to its original grandeur. The chic interiors echo the laid-back atmosphere of the tree-lined Hengshan Road outside, which is bordered with coffee shops and boutiques.

A practical hotel with modern facilities as well as excellent options for dining, drinking, and entertainment for adults and children alike, it's also in the Kerry Parkside Shopping Mall.

A landmark building in the commercial center of Jing'An that makes up part of the Jing'An Kerry Center, this relatively new property embodies the spirit of the brand's Asian hospitality standards. Sleek and chic, guests are left in admiration of the 360-degree views across the city.

A contemporary hotel with a youthful feel in downtown Shanghai, it's a stone's throw away from the shopping mecca of Huaihai Road and the peaceful, yet disappearing, Shikumen communities.

Housed in the former State Guest House of Shanghai, the hotel has embraced the rich heritage of the mansion and surrounding gardens—a luxury in downtown Shanghai—to create a heritage masterpiece.

This hotel boasts a fantastic location, perched between shopping paradise, Nanjing Road, and the culturally significant People's Square. From its high vantage point, guests are also rewarded with glimpses of Shanghai's iconic skyline behind the winding Huangpu River.

Sandwiched between the famed shopping street Huaihai Road, and the fashionable, pedestrianized Xintiandi entertainment area, this hotel blends old Shanghai and new.

This hotel lies at the extreme northern section of the Bund and, as a result, it benefits from magnificent views that look straight down the Huangpu River, with the heritage Bund buildings bordering the water on one side and the iconic Lujiazui skyline on the other.

A glamorous hotel situated in the Shanghai IFC complex in the heart of the city's financial center, Lujiazui.

This hotel in downtown Jing'An focuses its energy on sustainability, claiming to be China's first carbon neutral hotel.

A short distance away from the financial center of Lujiazui, the Mandarin Oriental is set along the banks of the Huangpu River, and is a preferred choice among business travelers.

Located in the old docks area, this hotel was a warehouse before being renovated by Neri & Hu, a popular local architecture firm, who were keen to stay true to the building's industrial history.

Located at the southern end of the Huangpu River, this hotel benefits from fantastic views of the modern Lujiazui skyline, as well as downtown Shanghai.

Seemingly suspended in the clouds, this hotel occupies the 79th to 93rd floors of the SWFC, otherwise know as the "Bottle Opener," an easily recognizable building that contributes majestically to the famous Shanghai skyline.