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Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund

Why We Love This Hotel :

Location: This stunning hotel is a nod to historical Shanghai, with its location in The Bund, Shanghai’s picturesque waterfront area - a particular tourist favorite.

History: The Bund features a number of historical buildings, many of which housed banks and trading houses from all over the world. The area still retains much of its historical charm.

Service: The Waldorf Astoria is known across the globe for its legendary service.

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  • DINING
Guests shall not be disappointed with the variety of facilities the Waldorf has to offer, ranging from the luxurious spa to the hotel’s state-of-the-art recreation facilities and fitness center.

Pool

The hotel features a beautifully-appointed indoor pool, heated for guests optimal comfort.

Recreation and Fitness

Guests who wish to fit in their workout routine will make good use of the hotel's fully-equipped fitness center, open from 6am to 11pm daily. A refreshing and relaxing sauna and steam rooms are available for guests use as well.

Salon

The hotel has its very own top stylist on site, ready to make guests look and feel their best. The Chinese celebrity stylist Tony Li and his team are experts at creating individually-unique and chic looks for all occasions.

Spa

Guests may enjoy the benefits of traditional Chinese medicine, incorporated into the most modern spa techniques at this spa that promises to deliver visible results. Products used in the spa's therapies are imported from around the world. The spa features a VIP suite and eight well-appointed treatment rooms.

 
The Waldorf provides guests with a large variety of luxury dining options. It hosts six different restaurants and bars, from Salon de Ville, a luxury European tea room where guests may choose from an extensive selection of cheeses and a pleasing array of champagnes. The award-winning Long Bar, with its rustic-yet-elegant feel, provides authentic insight into Shanghai’s past.

Grand Brasserie

The Grand Brasserie, with its lovely views of the hotel's meticulously-manicured interior courtyard, serves up classic European and authentic Chinese dishes. Breakfast is a particular guest favorite here. Groups and business colleagues may enjoy private dining in one of the restaurant's four private dining rooms for up to 10 guests.

Long Bar

This bar, restored to reflect the opulence and splendour of its early 20th century past, was voted Editor's Pick for hotel bars in the city. The bar takes its name from its long 110-foot bar top, once the longest in the Far East, made of fine raw mahogany. Guests may enjoy imported cigars and innovative bar food to the beats of the bar's resident DJ.

Peacock Alley

This is the place to go for light fare or afternoon tea, located in the contemporary Waldorf Astoria Tower. Executives often enjoy casual business meetings in this relaxed, yet well-appointed space, with its classical design and plush furnishings.

Pelhams

This neo-classical club, once a gentleman's club, has kept much of its heritage charm, while adding elements of modern sophistication. Serving up contemporary French cuisine, as well as prime cuts of meat, including Wagyu. Vintage champagnes and an extensive list of fine wines is also available.

Salon de Ville

Providing guests with stunning views of Shanghai's River Bund, this European Tea Room provides a wide selection of premium champagnes, cheeses and cakes. Tea connoisseurs will also enjoy the selection of fine imported teas and coffees in this Victorian-inspired restaurant.

Wei Jing Ge

This restaurant is the place to go to enjoy authentic Chinese cuisine with a contemporary flair. Featuring a unique attic-style decor and Chinese antiques, the atmosphere is charmingly traditional. An extensive wine list is available, in addition to a selection of Chinese liqueurs and spirits. Private dining is also available.

 

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