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Hotel INDIGO Shanghai on the Bund, hotel INIDGO’s first property in Asia Pacific, sits directly on the Huangpu river front. Hotel INDIGO Shanghai on the Bund assures not only spectacular views of both the historic Bund and dramatic Pudong skylines, but an upscale boutique hotel experience where the focus is on inspired service, fresh and vibrant design reflecting the local neighborhood, and providing guests with an authentic taste of today’s Shanghai, where old and new converge.
All hotel INDIGO properties are individual by design, reflecting not only the city they reside in but the culture, character and history of their local neighborhood; hotel INDIGO Shanghai on the Bund is no exception.
Designed by world-renowned hospitality design firm Hirsch Bedner Associates, the hotel features an eclectic mix of modern and authentic design to create an inspiring and playful environment, contrasting traditional Chinese pieces with distinctive contemporary local finds. The proximity of the river and dock has been subtly woven into the fabric of the design and great attention has been given to creating varied spaces to suit guests’ every mood. The end result is an inviting and intimate hotel that is a highly individual and provides a fresh representation of the local neighborhood and energy of the city. “With its unique location on the river front and focus on local creativity and bespoke design, hotel indigo shanghai on the bund offers visitors to the city something quite different. the hotel has a distinct character; we wanted to move away from simply replicating the ambience of 1930’s shanghai and instead create a less structured environment that represents the diversity and very best of old and new shanghai,” commented, general manager.
In Shanghai, all roads lead to Xintiandi, a collection of glamorous stores, international restaurants, historic sites and hip clubs; and home to The Langham Xintiandi.
The Langham offers 357 elegant guestrooms and suites, indulging you in the pleasures of five-star luxury and exceptional service. Enjoy sumptuous Shanghainese and Cantonese delicacies at the hotel’s signature restaurant Tang Court or sit back and relax at XTD elevated, an outdoor lounge and terrace. Step outside the hotel and you are surrounded by internationally renowned restaurants, outdoor cafes and entertainment venues. The hotel also features expansive multi-purpose meeting and event spaces that are adaptable to suit any conference, function or business event.
Your sense of arrival will be even grander when you check-in at our stylish guest reception, while at the same time taking in the magnificent three-storey chandelier in our hotel Atrium. The Langham Club offers guests a more bespoke experience. Book a suite and you can enjoy complimentary access to The Langham Club or just pay an additional supplement to indulge in welcome amenities, all-day refreshments and evening cocktails as well as an array of additional benefits.
At The Langham Xintiandi we aim to make your stay more enchanting and recognize your need to be connected. As such we have extended complimentary wired and wireless broadband internet for your convenience and comfort.
The recently opened Long Museum West Bund is set to raise the bar for the city’s booming creative scene. In West Bund alone that growth includes the likes of Indonesian collector Budi Tek’s Yuz Museum, and the recently announced DreamCenter, a multi-billion yuan project of epic proportions. Staying ahead of the cultural curve, though, is the all-new Long Museum, a sister institution to the Pudong-side space of the same name. The “One City, Two Museums” concept comes courtesy of billionaire couple Liu Yiqian and Wang Wei. Both venues house stellar works from their vast collection.
Combining the history and culture of the celebrated Shanghai Bund with a taste for 21st century sophistication, Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund offers a heritage ambiance, legendary service and timeless amenities to make your stay truly memorable and distinct. Housed within the two-building complex are 260 well-appointed rooms and suites, stylish environments for dining and lounging, extensive banquet facilities with stunning views, luxury spa, fully-fitted gym, complimentary WiFi and more, all crafted onto a picture perfect setting that speaks volume of the grandeur and finesse that is uniquely ours.
Housed inside a former hangar of the old Longhua Airport, Yuz Museum is the brainchild of Chinese-Indonesian collector, Budi Tek, an agribusiness tycoon who only started collecting art ten years ago. Within that time he has not only amassed enough to fill two museums — the other is in Jakarta — he is also widely-regarded as one of the art world’s most powerful figures. To that end, his spectacular new museum spans an impressive 9000sqm, with its main exhibition hall alone — the former hangar space — covering an enormous 3000sqm. Dating from the 1930s, the building required not just extensive renovation, but also additional space for storage, cafes, events — all those extras that make a museum thrive. Cue Japanese star architect, Sou Fujimoto’s dramatic glass façade and inside, remodeling of the original volume to incorporate smaller galleries radiating off of that massive central hall.
Offers an accessible refuge, a place to regain balance and restore yourself through closeness to nature, tranquility, exercise and therapy, in luxurious rural lodgings. At naked, you will eat locally grown foods, drink mountain spring water and fine wines, get active in the outdoors and take advantage of stunning spa facilities. At a naked Retreat we rediscover the natural rhythm of life.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai (MOCA Shanghai) is the first non-profit, independently-operated contemporary art institution in Shanghai. Endorsed by the Shanghai Municipal Government and funded by the Samuel Kung Foundation, MOCA Shanghai is devoted to the promotion of Chinese and international contemporary art. The Museum is located in the People’s Park, directly center of the administrative and cultural hub of the city. Surrounding buildings include the Municipal Government Headquarters, the Shanghai Grand Theatre, the Shanghai Art Museum and the Shanghai Museum. Managed by a team of local and international professionals with extensive curatorial and administrative experiences, MOCA Shanghai intends to lead in nurturing the appreciation of Chinese and international contemporary art and design.
The Peninsula Shanghai represents a return to China for the Hong Kong-based five-star hotel chain. Their Hong Kong flagship is one of most legendary hotels in the world, overlooking the harbor. For Shanghai, they have built a colonial-looking building from the ground up in an equally prestigious and historic location, at the top of the Bund, with handsome Art Deco luxury.