Located at the center of The Bund, a city boulevard which runs alongside the Huangpu River and one of the most photographed postcard scenes of city, the Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund mixes the history and culture of the surrounding district with a taste for 21st century sophistication. The hotel comprises 269 guest rooms and suites across two buildings. A newly built modern tower connects to an all-suite heritage building - The Waldorf Astoria Club, once the legendary Shanghai Club and one of the few remaining heritage structures in Shanghai. This neo-classical architectural gem built in 1911, is painstakingly restored using archival photographs and records whilst equipping it with contemporary luxuries for modern-day travel experiences. This Shanghai luxury hotel can truly stake its claim as the place to be for the well-heeled global traveler.
The Waldorf Astoria is a neo-classical architectural gem built in 1911. It has been painstakingly restored using archival photographs and records whilst equipping it with contemporary luxuries for modern-day travel experiences. This Shanghai luxury hotel can truly stake its claim as the place to be for the well-heeled global traveler. Experience the impeccable style and chic sophistication of this new Shanghai Bund hotel, offering a prime location in the midst of the city's most celebrated district.
The Waldorf Suites in The Waldorf Astoria Club are decorated in classical European style with plush amenities, clawfoot bathtubs, exquisite chandeliers and the signature Waldorf poster bed. All 269 rooms and suites are fitted with state of the art in-room entertainment, a walk-in closet, and a marble-finished bathroom featuring a double vanity area with bathtub and separate shower. The new tower also houses a Chairman Suite and a President Suite, each with two bedrooms laid out to impress. Many rooms overlook the scenic Bund while others feature views of the surrounding historic sites.
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The dining experience at Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund mirrors that of the legendary Waldorf Astoria New York. The Specialty Restaurant serves up New York favorites and modern American cuisine. The Salon is an ideal lounge for high tea, intimate gatherings or simply a quiet place to read a book. The Long Bar features an impressive 110 ft counter, built to the original specifications of the 1911 bar, at that time, celebrated as the longest in the Far East. The Chinese Restaurant, located in the attic of The Waldorf Astoria Club with a view of the Bund, is a marvel of treasures, from original antics to the cuisine itself. The Grand Brasserie connects the new tower with The Waldorf Astoria Club and features an impressive all-day menu that caters to various palates. The Peacock Alley on the mezzanine level overlooks the Grande Brasserie, and in the tradition of its New York namesake, is the place to be for Afternoon Tea as you watch the world go by.
The Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund hotel features an indoor heated swimming pool, fully-equipped health club, a pampering spa and library, and allows guests to rest, relax and rejuvenate in style. Right in front of this Shanghai Bund hotel is the Bund Promenade, the best vantage point for photographing the city's river-side scene, the modern skyscrapers of Pudong across the Huangpu River and of course, the many iconic landmarks that line The Bund. At dawn, witness or join the legions of Chinese who practice tai chi or qigong and ballroom dancing enthusiasts who practice the tango. At night, be enthralled by the illuminating glows of the heritage structures on The Bund and spectacular lights from the Pudong skyscrapers.
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