Towering at 153 meters high, with 360° unobstructed panoramic views, the luxurious Shanghai Jinjiang Hotel is the ideal base to explore Shanghai. Many consider Shanghai Jinjiang Tower one of the most beautiful hotels in the city, thanks to its spectacular city views and high-tech and high end amenities. Nearby attractions include the Shanghai Lanxin Theatre, the Orient Shopping Centre, the Shanghai Acrobatic Dome, Kung Fu Komedy Club, Fuxing Park, Songjiang Xilin Tower, the Shanghai Museum and the Natural History Museum, and the Jing’an Sculpture Park. So if you’re interested in exploring the area in your free time, there really is an incredible amount to do and see, right on your doorstep.
Each guest room has been completely remodelled, and are extremely elegant and comfortable, combining stylish and bright design with oriental charm. But undeniably the best feature of each room at the Shanghai Jinjiang Tower hotel is the exceptional views of the cityscape. On top of this, all rooms are equipped with a HDTV, a full set of white goose down bedding and an “Oriental Dream” mattress for a warm and comfortable sleep, spacious wardrobe, individual climate control, mini-bar, bottled water, newspapers and magazines, coffee and tea, and more. During your stay at the Shanghai Jinjiang Tower, you can make the most of the hotel’s fantastic amenities by paying a visit to the state-of-the-art gym, taking a dip in the indoor swimming pool, stretching in the yoga room or relaxing in the sauna.
Dining at Shanghai Jinjiang Tower
You’ll be spoilt for choice for places to dine at the Shanghai Jinjiang Tower. The hotel’s first “Hai Pai National Banquet” showcases the splendid reception culture, bringing together the best of Chinese and Western cuisine. Then there’s the Changlefang restaurant which serves authentic Sichuan and Shanghai cuisine, the perfect place to discover the region’s delicacies. Another fabulous option is Semillon Café, which serves international cuisine, including seafood and steaks. For authentic Japanese barbecue dishes there’s Xiao Nanguo. And for true local Cantonese and Shanghai cuisine there’s Jing Cui Ting. As you can see, there really is something to suit every taste and every mood.