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 was also used as the Chinese army's headquarters during World War II. Travelers visiting the Waterhouse will have access to plenty of shopping and sightseeing in the area.
“The Bund” refers to a popular waterfront area in central Shanghai that really comes to life in the summer months. The Bund stretches one mile along the bank of the Huangpu River and was featured on the first leg of The Amazing Race 21. Looking to grab a drink and relax? Head to the rooftop bar at the Waterhouse and take in the views of the Pudong skyline.
Table Nº1 is a restaurant located on the ground floor of the Waterhouse and offers a unique communal dining experience which encourages guests to interact in an informal environment. With dishes like black truffle risotto, fresh creamed corn and brown butter roasted monkfish, guests of the Waterhouse would be remiss not to dine here during their stay.