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Gracious smiles and warm hospitality welcomes the visitor to Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai – an elegant oasis in the heart of vibrant downtown Puxi.
The 422-key hotel is located within walking distance of the most exclusive shopping, entertainment and business hubs of Nanjing and Huaihai Roads. Into its 12th year in Shanghai, China, Four Seasons Hotel has been voted as one of the top hotels in Shanghai for consecutive years by Travel + Leisure, USA.
Business meetings are made memorable by Four Seasons staff, all eager to fulfill every need. Banquet and Conference facilities at Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai offer over 17,404 square feet or 1,610 square meters of meeting space in 7 function rooms, each with natural daylight and individual foyer for coffee breaks and cocktails. On site too, is a column-free Ballroom that accommodates up to 700 persons, ideal for wedding banquets or large-scale corporate engagements. Outdoor catering services with choices of menus prepared flawlessly by Four Seasons Shanghai’s foremost chefs are available for home and office parties.
There’s no better way to discover a city’s hidden charms than with a local guide. With that in mind, Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai has partnered exclusively with renowned local photographer and historian Gang Feng Wang to create the ultimate insider’s tour of old Shanghai. During this half-day excursion, you’ll visit Zhang Garden, where Wang will share an oral history of the neighbourhood where he was born and raised, and where he now owns a studio in one of the few remaining shikumen mansions. As Wang details his intimate knowledge of the area’s vanishing architecture, step inside a traditional shikumen-style house to discover the authentic Shanghainese way of life. During the tour, you will get professional photo tips from Wang and create your own wonderful mementos of the exclusive experience.
Whether visiting for business or leisure, the comfort and warmth of Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai make for an experience that is unforgettable.
Spacious guest rooms epitomise comfort and luxury. Tasteful contemporary décor exudes East West aesthetics. L’Occitane private bath label is a standard in all rooms and suites, as is an in-room safe that fits a 17” laptop.
The 37th floor Executive Club Lounge is an exclusive haven for business travelers on the go. Full-service secretarial support, an extensive breakfast buffet in the mornings and evening cocktail with a fine selection of hors d’oeuvres await you.
Five choices in cuisine offer a truly international dining experience.
Café Studio is located on the 1st Floor of Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai. With the cozy atmosphere, friendly and natural service, it is an ideal place for all-day dining, which serves breakfast, lunch buffet. It features an impressive selection of seafood as well as European and Asian-inspired home-style cooking. For the dinner, a la carte menu is focusing on Italian cuisine presented by Chef Matteo.
With a contemporary Japanese bistro-style concept, Shintaro offers Japanese favorites in a casual elegant setting. Tastefully furnished and ornately decorated with a collection of prized avant-garde artwork, it makes a perfect dining destination if comfort and informalities are what you would appreciate for a leisurely dinner.
American-style steak house with premium imported meat, fresh seafood and an extensive salad bar. The private dining room is perfect for special occasions.
Helmed by master Chinese chef, Si Ji Xuan offers an extensive menu of classic Cantonese fare including afternoon dim sum and selected Shanghainese specialties.
With an ambience that is most relaxed, the Lobby Lounge has been a favorite respite for light meals, a leisurely afternoon tea and relaxing evening cocktails.
Right on level six, Qin The Spa offers traditional treatments, drawn from ancient rites and healing methods, based on the four celestial guardians.
Applied strokes and techniques on the human body takes on an almost artistic form, incorporating soft, fluid movements promoting intense pleasure, relaxation and long-term health benefits.
With 762-square-meters of relaxation, treatment and consultation facilities, the Spa sets new standards for Shanghai.
The spa boasts nine treatment rooms, each with its own changing areas, inspirational showers, elegant bronze vanities and veiled screens.
Each of the nine treatment room takes on a unique character based on the I Ching symbol system, which was used to define order in an otherwise chaotic world. The I Ching is made up of eight symbols that signify the Universe's eight defining phenomena: Sky, Earth, Thunder, Wind, Water (Moon), Fire (Sun), Mountain and Lake.
SEE... The Shikumen housing complexes through window. Built in the 1920s by the British, combine both Chinese and Western architectural elements and were repurposed as communal housing in 1949. Today the Shikumen offers a fascinating glimpse of a disappearing side of Shanghai;
HEAR... The Shikumen story from Shanghai-born photographer Wang Gangfeng during the inside historic Shanghai tour. Wang, who grew up in the Shikumen and who still has his studio there today, will lead guests on a walk through historical lane-house architecture where they will have the rare chance to step into 1920s Shikumen houses whilst meeting the friendly local residents and hearing their unique Shanghai stories;
TASTE... A wide array of international cuisine including Cantonese, Shanghainese, Japanese and Western. Specially a taste of Shanghai through the hotel’s breakfast buffet including items such as Da Bing Chinese pancakes and Ci Fan sticky rice cakes, etc;
TOUCH... Meet up our Qin The Spa proudly partners with local, well respected and fully registered TCM Doctors to offer diagnosis and comprehensive services, including Acupuncture, Tuina Massage, Cupping, Weight Loss and Stress Management;
SMELL... The fresh and beautiful flowers you find each day all around the hotel;