Hotels in China
The Mandarin Oriental Pudong created quite the splash when it opened in 2013. Every square inch of the business hotel is glamorous to the max, with polished marble floors, plush décor, and crystal chandeliers the size of supernovas.
Guests of The Park Hyatt get to experience a futuristic, dreamy luxury in the sky.
The Peninsula hotel is the crown jewel of the Bund. Entering the grandiose lobby immediately feels like stepping back in time to Shanghai’s jazz era.
The Puli Hotel and Spa is a striking, modern “urban resort.” The serene, exclusive oasis feels hidden away from busy city life, despite its prime location in the heart of Jing’An.
In Shanghai, a five-star hotel is only as good as its spa. And the brand new Mandarin Oriental Pudong Shanghai went above and beyond creating the ultimate in opulent relaxation.
This 19-room hotel is ideal for the nonconformist who wants cultural immersion into old China, but not without the modern comforts, high design, and personalized service of a luxury hotel.
88 Xintiandi is an upscale option for the fashionista who wants to be right in the heart of Xintiandi, Shanghai’s high-end neighborhood that’s home to great restaurants and bars and plenty of shopping.
Swatch Art Peace Hotel is famous for long-term guests, international artists-in-residence who earn the opportunity to live and work in the hotel’s creative hub for up to six months.
Hotel Shanghai’s premier environmentally friendly hotel boasts a low-carbon footprint and high design. UBRN’s 26 eco-chic guest rooms are minimal yet comfortable, utilizing natural materials like reclaimed wood and bamboo for sunken lounge areas and stone showers.
Designed by Shanghai’s leading architecture firm Neri & Hu, The Waterhouse is the hotel of which minimalists’ dreams are made. The hotel is located in a gritty-glam 1930s warehouse on the banks of the Huangpu River in the historic Shiliupu dockyard district.