The Peninsula Shanghai opened in 2009 and is the Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels flagship hotel in Mainland China. Occupying a prime location with direct frontage on Shanghai’s historic Bund, The Peninsula is the first new building on the Bund in the last few decades and an anchor project in the Waitanyuan development scheme. The hotel features rooms and suites, five restaurants and bars, a spa, an indoor swimming pool and fitness center, as well as a Peninsula Arcade showcasing over 25 high end brands.
Deluxe Rooms blend traditional Peninsula standards of luxury and state-of-art technology with historical references in a stylish, glamorous setting. These rooms feature city views overlooking the hotel fountain and forecourt or towards the historic 1920's International Settlement buildings, a spacious walk-in closet with a dressing table, spacious marble bathroom with a built-in TV and mood lighting, bedside panel with remote control capabilities, and a Nespresso coffee machine and tea making facilities.
Deluxe Garden Rooms offer a soothing green vista of trees, looking towards the historic Wai Bai Du iron bridge across Suzhou Creek, an iconic feature of old Shanghai. In tones of celadon green or cerulean blue and ivory, the interior design incorporates a number of traditional materials used in Shanghai in the 1920’s - the rich figures of mahogany and ebony for the loose furniture and millwork, and the dramatic contrasts of black Noir St Laurent and off-white St Talino stones.
The bright and airy Deluxe River Rooms have unparalleled views of the Huangpu River and the ever-changing skyline of Pudong. Rooms are elegantly appointed in neutral tones highlighted with sleek black lacquer fittings and antique ceramics. These rooms feature a spacious walk-in closet with a dressing table, spacious marble bathroom with built-in TV and mood lighting, bedside panel with remote control capabilities, and a Nespresso coffee machine and tea making facilities.
Executive Suites are corner suites with windows on two sides with views of the gardens of the former British Consulate. The Art Deco narrative is expressed through soft earth tones and plush velvets on the sofas and arm chairs. The entrance foyer acts as a conduit between the living room and bedroom and bathroom, and the suites can also connect to Deluxe Garden Rooms for additional accommodation needs.
Deluxe Garden Suites feature magnificent views over the gardens of the former British Consulate, and offer a separate living and dining room with a dining table for four and a fireplace. These suites feature a spacious walk-in closet with a dressing table, spacious marble bathroom with built-in TV and mood lighting, and a Nespresso coffee machine and tea making facilities.
Deluxe River Suites have a choice of views over the Huangpu and Pudong or the Suzhou Creek and the historic Garden Bridge. These suites have muted tones of chocolate, grey, and beige that give an understated sense of luxury. A sophisticated sound system and 46-inch plasma TV makes this room an intimate oasis of relaxation. These suites feature a spacious walk-in closet with a dressing table, spacious marble bathroom with built-in TV and mood lighting, and a Nespresso coffee machine and tea making facilities.
Designed in a special U-shape, Sir Elly's Terrace offers a 270 degree experience with dazzling views over the Huangpu River, Suzhou Creek, Garden Bridge and the futuristic Pudong skyline. A popular meeting spot for the city's movers and shakers, indulge in a signature Sir Elly's cocktail, a tipple from the impressive selection of wines by the glass or a rare whisky.
Chef de Cuisine David Chauveau pairs his classic French training and techniques with a colorful and flavorful selection of only the freshest Asian, European and Mediterranean-inspired ingredients, transforming them into culinary works of art. The dining experience is yet further enhanced with spectacular views of The Bund and the glittering Pudong skyline.
Yi Long Court's tenanted chefs bring their experiences and passion for cooking to the restaurant, serving a menu of such classic fare as Hong Kong-style barbecued meat, live seafood cooked to order, signature dishes including pan-fried scallops stuffed with minced shrimps in black bean sauce, and Peking duck traditionally served over two courses.
Tier after tier of sweet and savory treats by Executive Pastry Chef Lisa Crowe grace The Lobby daily for the much-celebrated Peninsula Afternoon Tea, while an a la carte menu offers guests an impressive selection of international and Asian favorites. The Lobby Strings play every afternoon before a live jazz band takes over in the evenings.
Pair a classic Martini with a light snack from The Compass Bar's menu of creative bar snacks, including spiced lamb lollipops and mini Wagyu burgers. Weather permitting; The Compass Bar's garden terrace is a perfect al fresco option for finer days and balmy nights.
Madame Ning was glamorous, unique and a 1920s international socialite. Her spirit lives on at The Peninsula Shanghai's nightspot, Salon de Ning. Animal prints with dramatic oil paintings, draping silks and cascading chandeliers lend a seductive ambience within which guests enjoy iconic cocktails or a bottle of Salon de Ning Rosé Champagne accompanied by live music.
Awarded five stars by the prestigious Forbes Travel Guide, the chic 1930’s Shanghai-inspired Peninsula Spa is dedicated to restoring energy and balance through world-class traditional and modern treatments. Challenge your body at the fully equipped fitness center, with expert personal trainers at guests’ disposal, and the stunning Art Deco-inspired pool with a full-length skylight to make the most of morning laps.
Make use of the Fitness Center’s top-of-the-range cardio and strength training machines by Life Fitness with built-in individual televisions, together with free weights.
The Peninsula Shanghai’s indoor heated swimming pool is with its adjoining outdoor terrace, which is perfect for laps or simply a refreshing dip at your leisure.
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