Pudong Shangri-La Shanghai

Posted On March 25, 2011 

With the breathtaking vistas of the Huangpu River, Oriental Pearl TV Tower, as well as the famous Bund in the Lujiazui finance district, Pudong Shangri-La Shanghai is well established towering the skyline to compete with its other contestants in the city in terms of elegance, visuals, and service. Although it is not as towering as the Grand Hyatt, its stunning vistas that reach across the two fantastic appeals makes it compete with the taller neighbors. After all, this is an award-winning, top Shanghai hotel that features considerate service and custom comfort.

Between its two soaring towers namely the River Wing and the Grand Tower, you will come across its designer restaurants, spacious conference facilities, largest ballrooms, two swimming pools as well as health clubs, Chi Spa, and a tennis court.

Regarded among the 5-star properties, the Pudong Shangri-La Shanghai is always honored for its supreme hospitality. Facing the river, the hotel is very near to The Bund, Shanghai Museum, Yu Yuan Garden, downtown, subways, international airports, and Shanghai Grand Theatre.


At the Pudong Shangri-La Shanghai, there are 981 spacious guest rooms perched nicely in its two towers of 32 floors. The Grand Tower planned by the New York architect houses 375 rooms with the spacious Premier one; while the River Wing houses 577 rooms. Boasting a stylish design, each of them offers high end amenities, ultimate comfort, and soothing embellishments.

The standard amenities include wireless Internet access, high-speed Internet access, AC, complimentary newspaper, curtains, voice mail, multi-line phone, direct-dial phone, Internet access (surcharge), mini bar, complimentary bottled water, coffee/tea maker, turndown service, wake-up calls, bathroom phone, bathrobes, complimentary toiletries, mirror, hair dryer, in-room massage, slippers, sewing kit, separate bathtub and shower, bathroom scale, handheld shower, extra towels/bedding, in-room childcare (surcharge), desk, electronic/magnetic keys, satellite television service, iron/ironing board, safe, ad cribs.


•  Room service (24 hours)  •  More than 4 restaurants  •  Lounge  •  Limo or Town Car service  •  Business center  •  Business services  •   Gift shops  •  Porter/bellhop  •  Supervised child care/activities  •  Air-conditioned public areas  •  Elevator/lift  •  Elevator/lift attendant   •  ATM/banking  •  Complimentary newspapers in lobby  •  Fireplace in lobby

•  Coffee in lobby  •  Coffee shop or café  •  Internet access in public areas – complimentary  •  Internet access in public areas – high speed  •  Internet access – wireless  •  Parking (free)  •  Babysitting or child care  •  24-hour front desk  •  Ballroom(s)  •  Banquet facilities  •  Multiple conference/meeting rooms  •  Laundry facilities  •  Secretarial services  •  Cell phone/mobile rental  •  Computer rental  •  Multiple small meeting rooms  •  Medical aid

•  Multilingual staff  •  Event catering  •  Exhibit space  •  Technology helpdesk  •  Currency exchange  •  Doorman/doorwoman  •  Dry cleaning/laundry service  •  Express check-in and check-out  •  Security guard  •  Shoe shine  •  Umbrella  •  Concierge desk


•  Spa tub  •  Sauna  •  Beauty services  •  Swimming pool – indoor  •  Clubhouse  •  Massage – spa treatment room(s)  •  Hair salon  •  Fitness facilities  •  Health club  •  Chi Spa offering water therapies, facials, massages, body therapies, multi-hour Chi journeys, steam room, traditional Asian methodologies, exercises, and hydrotherapy


Pudong Shangri-La Shanghai is the holder of a few most superb restaurants to savor a matchless gourmet experience. On the 1st level of River Wing is the award winning Gui Hua Lou Chinese restaurant that is an expert in serving Cantonese,  Huaiyang, Sichuan, and Shanghai cuisines.

On the 36th floor of the Grand Tower, Jade on 36 offers you the classical with modern French twists by the food designer of France, Fabrice Giraud. This is where you savor the rich dishes of many Michelin-star eateries today perched in Belgium as well as France in form of lunch, dinner, and brunch.

Go down to 2nd floor and you can spot the Nadaman restaurant offering banquets, private rooms, and Sake Yaki brunch as a multi-feast tantalizing ideal inspired by the dramatic Teppanyaki grill for lunch and dinner. Descend one floor down and you are welcome by the Sushi by Nadaman for savoring fresh sushis.

Go global in the Yi Café where 10 open-view kitchens will make you feel as if you are in a public market amidst a vibrant atmosphere. Here, explore and savor the live cooking stations that cook the meals of India, China, Japan, Southeast Asia, North America, Europe, and Middle East. On the same floor is the Gourmet for pastries and desserts.


From $267 per night.

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