Park Hyatt Shanghai is a sophisticated modern Chinese residence occupying the 79th to 93rd floors of the Shanghai World Financial Center (SWFC), otherwise known as "The Vertical Complex City". The building is situated in the heart of the Lujiazui business district in Pudong, the Shanghai WFC measures 492 meters. It is one of the tallest buildings worldwide. Soaring above this metropolis, guests could take in sweeping views of the city skyline and Huangpu River from any of its luxury rooms and suites or enjoy a choice of some of the most known Shanghai restaurants, such as 100 Century Avenue Restaurant featuring Western, Japanese and Chinese cuisines, and Dining Room, popular for its European specialties. The hotel is also home to the renowned Water’s Edge Spa and is an ideal venue for meetings and weddings.
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A luxurious 55 to 60 square meters Park King Rooms offers Huangpu River or city views in the heart of Shanghai. This modern Chinese residence features one king bed, day bed, walk-in dressing rooms, deep soaking tub and deluxe bath with large rain shower. Amenities include 24-hour in-room dining, in-room espresso machine, flat-screen TV and complimentary wireless Internet access.
The 66 to 80 square meters Deluxe Rooms offers expansive city skyline or Huangpu River views, plus modern interiors that include one plush king bed or two plush twin beds, walk-in dressing room, day bed, architect table and deluxe bath with rain shower, soaking tub and heated floors. Other amenities include 24-hour in-room dining, floor butler, in-room espresso machine and complimentary wireless Internet ensure convenience and luxury.
100 Century Avenue restaurant offers the ultimate dining and wining experience, combining views overlooking the city from the 91st floor of one of the world's tallest buildings with one of the most dynamic show kitchens in Shanghai. The restuarant has an extensive wine list of over 500 labels. Multiple show kitchens appeal to all tastes and feature Western steakhouse, Chinese wok, steamed specialties and Japanese sushi and sashimi. International buffet breakfast is served in the morning.
Dining Room in Shanghai features refined European provincial cuisine in an elegant and serene setting with signature wine pairing menus. Lunch and dinner are served with spectacular views over the city.
The intimate and exclusive leather-lines circular bar offers a rarefied ambience of exclusivity for guests. Whether ordering classic cocktails or enjoying a geography lesson from window through the collection of antique telescope, the Bar is the ideal rendezvous venue for close friends.
The Living Room is a residential-style lounge with magnificent views of the bund. The entire space has been designed to give guests the feeling of being in the living room of an elegant mansion. Enjoy simple, yet sophisticated Chinese and Western light dishes, or simply a cup of your favorite coffee or tea, the Living Room is particularly famous for its afternoon tea (add link to afternoon tea) and Champagne at sunset.
Featuring a 12-seater dining table, a designer kitchen, an individual music system, direct access to wine cellar housing 300 wines from around the world and private chefs, the Chef’’s Table is ideal for tailor-made suppers and home-style hosting. Every Sunday at Chef’s Table, guests will be able to enjoy the Lobster Sunday Brunch including the garden-fresh selections from the a la carte to a wide variety of delicious entrées hand-prepared by the chefs.
In Chinese tradition, the edge of water is considered a place of privilege. Water’s edge honors the quiet strength and fluid nature of water. The services and treatments provided are all inspired by the wisdom of Chinese practices for health and well-being, to restore the harmonious balance to body and mind. Water’s Edge is dominated by a 20-metre infinity pool and heated whirlpool, lined in shimmering turquoise Mosaic-tiles, along with loungers with views of the city and the Huangpu river. At one end of the pool area, a spacious Tai Chi Courtyard is where a master will lead Tai Chi sessions every morning.