Floating above the city on the 79th through 93rd floors of the Shanghai World Financial Center, the Park Hyatt is the highest hotel in the world, With 174 suites and rooms, the hotel’s intimate interior was designed to resemble a modern Chinese residence and is divided by gates, halls and chambers. The rooms, on the other hand, are some of the largest in Shanghai. There is a state-of-the-art fitness center, as well as the Water’s Edge Spa, which offers a full menu of skin and body treatments, as well Western, Thai and Chinese massage techniques. There are two bars and three restaurants; 100 Century Avenue, an integrated three-level fine-dining restaurant (serving Western, Chinese, and Japanese cuisine) is among the best restaurants in the city, and certainly has the best view. Other amenities include 24-hour butler service, a technology concierge, the full complement of business services, and wired and wireless high-speed Internet throughout the hotel. The Park Hyatt is a 40-minute drive from Pudong International Airport (PVG).
Location: The Park Hyatt Shanghai occupies the 79th to 93rd floor of the “vertical city” that is the Shanghai World Financial Center, making it one of the highest hotels in the world.
History: The Pudong area where the Park Hyatt is based is home to some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers and actually was ocne no more than mere rice fields centuries ago.
Service: The Park Hyatt Shanghai offers 24-hour concierge service to all its guests.
This hotel provides guests with four different choices of rooms, consisting of Standard, View, Deluxe and the always splendid Park Hyatt suites. All rooms come with 24-hour concierge service, modern conveniences, and luxurious amenities.
The Bund View King rooms, measuring up to 196-square-feet, provide guests with charming views of the Bund. They feature king-size beds, comfortable day beds, walk-in dressing rooms, deluxe baths with deep soaking tubs and heated floors, as well as an espresso machine and complimentary WiFi.
The Park Deluxe King rooms, measuring up to 262-square-feet, provide guests with sweeping views of either the city skyline or the picturesque Huangpu River. They feature king-size beds, comfortable day beds, walk-in dressing rooms, deluxe baths with deep soaking tubs and heated floors, as well as an espresso machine and complimentary WiFi.
The Standard Park King rooms, measuring up to 196-square-feet, offer sweeping views of the picturesque Huangpu River, or of bustling downtown Shanghai. They feature king-size beds, comfortable day beds, walk-in dressing rooms, deluxe baths with deep soaking tubs and heated floors, as well as an espresso machine and complimentary WiFi.
The Park Hyatt Shanghai provides its guests with a state-of-the-art fitness center, with machines that feature built-in TV monitors and iPod connections. Tai Chi classes are also available for guests each morning.
Business traveling guests will enjoy the spacious private dining and meeting facilities, some of which are the highest in the world, and all of which are fully-equipped with state-of-the-art conference and meeting technology.
The hotel’s well-appointed 65-foot infinity pool features a heated whirlpool, and is surrounded by plush loungers and lovely views of the river. It’s open from 6am to 11pm.
The Water’s Edge Spa incorporates traditional Chinese medicine into its therapies, with treatments intent on hydrating, restoring balance, and restoring flow. Guests will find themselves leaving the spa refreshed and restored inside and out.
This classical and exclusive bar offers an intimate atmosphere for guests who prefer more quiet and privacy than the loud nightclubs. The bar serves up cocktails and a range of fine spirits.
This residential-style, elegant lounge serves up light Chinese and Western dishes, as well as delicious coffee and tea. Afternoon tea is a particular favorite in this restaurant, which patrons enjoy while looking out at the stunning views of the Bund.
Officially known as the highest nightclub in the world, this funky venue serves up tasty cocktails, spirits, and more, while entertaining guests with both live music performances, and the sweet sounds of resident DJs.
The Pantry provides all-day dining in a contemporary setting, finishing off with a buffet supper at night.
This sophisticated venue features plush, retrospective furniture, and a tranquil, intimate, romantic atmosphere.
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