Discover the dazzling shine of Shanghai and uncover the storied history of China’s biggest city.
Shanghai is an ever-changing city going from strength to strength. Unveil the intoxicating mix of old and new in Shanghai, with a visit to the Yu Garden, built by Ming Dynasty artist Zhang Nanyan. Follow that by shopping on the stylish Nanjing East Road, barter at local markets, and try the mouth-watering cuisine. Shanghai is such a foodie heaven, that the city has its own Michelin guide. For visitors interested in art and culture, the city offers a wealth of landmarks and attractions just waiting to be explored.
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5.72 mi / 9.21 km from the hotel
Magnificent views of Shanghai’s waterfront areas are guaranteed when you visit this historic district. Take a riverboat tour or walk along the Huangpu River to view the historic buildings on one side and Shanghai’s iconic modern skyline on the other.
5.46 mi / 8.79 km from the hotel
Relax and enjoy the tranquil surroundings of these historical gardens in the middle of the city. The extensive grounds feature pavilions, halls, rockeries, ponds, and cloisters—all with their own unique style.
East Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street
5.19 mi / 8.35 km from the hotel
One of the world’s busiest shopping streets, Nanjing East Road continues to captivate shoppers, with over one million visitors daily. Enjoy the vast array of shops, skyscrapers, and sheer beauty of the illuminated street in the evening.
4.32 mi / 6.96 km from the hotel
Known in English as New Heaven and Earth, Xintiandi is a fully pedestrianized zone in the center of Shanghai popular for eating, shopping, and exploring. Dine alfresco, visit the stylish shops and boutiques, and see the timeless Shikumen houses.
2.68 mi / 4.31 km from the hotel
Experience the full range of wildlife China has to offer, with a visit to the Shanghai Zoo. One of the best ecological gardens in China, the zoo boasts over 6,000 animals. Lions, tigers, bears, and many other indigenous creatures await you.
2.03 mi / 3.27 km from the hotel
Alternatively known as the Wukang Mansion, the famed apartment building was modeled in the French Renaissance style. Close to its centenary, the Wukang Building has always been in style, with a slew of celebrities taking up residence here.