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The Peninsula Shanghai


The Peninsula Shanghai marks the return of classic luxury to Asia's most stylish city, with a fabulous new building on the historic Setting new standards in service and comfort, The Peninsula Shanghai's stat-of-the-art facilities and breathtaking river views add grace and elegance to any event. Fronting the world-famous Bund with spectacular views of the Bung, Huangpu River, Pudong and the gardens of the former British Counselate, The Peninsula Shanghai creates extraordinary moments by blending with the historic architecture of its landmark neighbors for a stylish fusion of Art Deco-inspired glamour.

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Room Information

235 comfortable Peninsula Shanghai guestrooms and suites represent the return of classic luxury to Shanghai. The city's most spacious, they have it all, from Art Deco elegance to breathtaking Huangpu River and skyline views, plus the newest Peninsula room technology. Every room features a 46-inch plasma TV, Nespresso coffee machines, iPod docking station, free use of VOIP internet telephone for local and international calls and complimentary Wi-Fi access. Four themed suites - the Astor, Majestic, palace and Peninsula - set new standards in luxury living.
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Things To Do

Shanghai is an architect’s playground. Colonial and art deco architecture grace one side of the Huangpu River – Shanghai’s very own Mississippi – while the world’s tallest hotel, the Grand Hyatt, casts a late afternoon shadow over the opposite bank in Pudong. Pudong, nicknamed “East Shanghai,” is a steel city of monuments to materialism, and is home to China’s largest financial district and would-be Wall Street. Wind your way through a maze of Ming Dynasty pavilions, arched bridges and goldfish ponds in the Yu Yuan Garden. For those who find contentment in retail rather than rockeries, head to the Bund, Shanghai’s scenic waterfront, or treat your eyes to a treasure trove of ancient Chinese ceramics and sculptures at the impressive Shanghai Museum. Shanghai weaves the seaport legacy of its past — silk, tea and opium trade — together with impressive new hotels and shopping complexes. 
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Price Guide

$ = Up to $100
$$ = $100 to $199
$$$ = $200 to $349
$$$$ = $350 to $599
$$$$$ = $600 +


Price per person, per night.