European luxury in the heart of Shanghai
Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai welcomes sophisticated travellers looking for a five-star experience
Situated in the heart of Shanghai’s financial district Lujiazui, the Grand Kempinski Hotel Shanghai offers a premium base for discerning business travellers.
Clues to the level of luxury can be found everywhere: take the entry-level rooms, for example, start at a minimum of 43 sqm, which is more than most competitors. What’s more, over half of the hotel’s 686 guest rooms and suites boast stunning views of the iconic Bund, while the others look out over the city’s glittering skyline.
And of course, all rooms boast elegant interiors with modern facilities to ensure guests have a restful stay with access to everything they need.
Business travellers in particular will also enjoy access to the largest executive lounge in Shanghai, with a a full buffet breakfast and 270-degree views over Lujiazui and the Bund.
Guests will find a range of well-appointed facilities to cater to any meetings or events they need to organise, all handily located on the same floor making it convenient to coordinate larger events and breakout sessions. The new Huangpu Ballroom is perfect for big gatherings, and is lauded for its stunning Bund view.
For less formal affairs, the newly renovated lobby lounge has proven a big hit as a casual meeting spot, particularly during the serving of our delicious afternoon tea.
More substantial meals can be found in our fleet of finedining restaurant outlets, which are ready to satisfy guests from all corners of the globe. The exquisite Spanish restaurant Albero is a rare find in Shanghai, offering up Mediterranean creations in a stylish setting. At the Italian restaurant Acqua guests can enjoy authentic dishes in an open kitchen format. International cuisine from around the world can be enjoyed at all-day-dining outlet Elements, complete with a gorgeous al fresco dining area. But perhaps the most popular of all is Suntime Century, the fine-dining Cantonese restaurant, with a public dining area as well as 10 private dining rooms for VIP entertainment.
After a long day of hard work, guests are welcome to unwind with a cocktail on the top floor and enjoy the live band. The Red Passion bar offers an unparalleled 270-degree view over the glittering skyscrapers, the Bund and the Huangpu River, leaving guests in no doubt as to why Shanghai is known as the “Magic City”.
Other leisure pursuits include an indoor swimming pool with large floor-to-ceiling windows that allow sunlight to come streaming in while giving swimmers a stunning vista to enjoy. Likewise in the fitness centre, guests will be able to work up a sweat while enjoying views of the Oriental Pearl Tower. More intense relaxation and rejuvenation can be found in the luxury spa, with a complete menu of specialised treatments.