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Shanghai, China, East Asia
It’s impossible to look at Ahn Luh Zhujiajiao and not be impressed. Housed partially in a 600-year-old courthouse from the Ming Dynasty, this hotel looks like the film set for Raise the Red Lantern. The historic building, which had been beautifully restored, now serves as the hotel lobby and will ...
Ranked the number 8 hotel in the world by Travel + Leisure in 2015, The Peninsula Shanghai is located just a short walk from The Bund riverfront and the nearest metro stop is just a ten minute walk away. Sleek chrome fixtures, bright white fabrics paired with gold accents and ...
For amazing views of the Shanghai skyline, in the heart of Shanghai’s Lujiazui financial district, sits the 5-Star Regent Shanghai Pudong. From the hotel, you can easily walk to iconic places like the Shanghai World Financial Centre, the IFC Mall, and the Oriental Pearl TV Tower. If you are interested ...
Located in the Pudong area of Shanghai, this 548-room hotel occupies floors 53 to 87 of the 88-story Jin Mao Tower. The hotel was the highest hotel in the world until the Park Hyatt opened in the neighboring Shanghai World Financial Center. With floor-to-ceiling windows, each guest room offers spectacular ...
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While the exterior of the Waterhouse lacks shine and sparkle, the interior rooms of this hotel are sleek and modern, decorated in crisp whites and light wood. The industrial exterior of this hotel, located in Shanghai, comes from its former life as a warehouse, dating back to the 1930s. It ...
The famed Banyan Tree Shanghai On The Bund is set on the banks of the Huangpu River in Shanghai’s Northern Bund region. Its prime location provides guests with a glorious panorama view of the Bund as well as incomparable views of the Lujiazui. Because of its central location, transport to ...
Shanghai is the center of commerce for Asia. It is rapidly expanding like China’s economy and is home to a staggering 21 million people. It is home to many architectural oddities and unique buildings but this is the only 24-story swimming pool with a glass-bottom I have ever seen. The ...
URBN is China’s first carbon-neutral hotel combining modern architecture and Chinese aesthetics. Using recycled materials and uber-efficient design, its energy usage is so much more efficient than equivalent establishments. The hotel is situated next to the historic French Concession area of the city known for its delights and high-class restaurants, ...