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Waldorf Astoria Shanghai On the Bund
Why we like it
- Multi award-winning hotel located at the heart of the iconic Shanghai Bund.
- 260 well-equipped guestrooms and spacious suites displaying lavishly elegant décor are spread across two buildings.
- Highly acclaimed accommodation of choice for the well-heeled global traveller.
- Three diverse restaurants, two relaxing lounges and the chic Long bar serve fine dining, vintage champagne and classic cocktails.
- The Luxury Spa offers unique treatments with an influence of traditional Chinese Medicine using the finest quality products from across the World.
- Close to many cultural attractions; for a taste of local delicacies, the Nanjing Road Pedestrian Street is within walking distance, while the beautiful Yu Garden is just around the corner.
Exclusive to A&K clients
- Every 2 night stay receives 600 CNY food and beverage credit per room
- Every 2 night stay receives 300 CNY spa credit per room
*Terms and conditions apply, speak to a travel consultant for more information
There is honestly no area where we could suggest any improvements as everything was impeccable!
- JR, London
Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the Bund offers a heritage ambiance, faultless service and those essential amenities to make your stay truly memorable and distinct. Accommodation is distributed between two neighbouring towers, with the suites in the Waldorf Astoria Club and the rooms in the Waldorf Astoria Tower. The Waldorf River luxury suites offer stunning vistas out across the Huangpu River while the décor exudes old worldly sophistication. All rooms and suites have an array of amenities, such as light and temperature adjustments, state-of-the-art in room entertainment and plush marble bathrooms. The hotel features a luxury spa and modern fitness centre, including a steam room, sauna, whirl pool and an indoor heated swimming pool. For the Business Traveller, there is an invaluable Business Centre which offers many secretarial services while the Library Lounge is the ideal spot for a casual meeting with work associates. Indulge in contemporary French cuisine with a touch of class at Pelham's Restaurant or savour more traditional flavours at the swanky Wei Jing Ge with an irresistible Dim Sum lunch.
Best time to be there
While there are differences in the climate according to the region in China, it is best to travel in Spring and Autumn when the weather is not too hot nor freezing cold. But we also pay attention to festival periods and special occasions.
Beijing/Shanghai/Hong Kong (British Airways, Cathay Pacific, Virgin)
11 hours 20 minutes non-stop
GMT +7 hours
Visa required for UK passport holders
Yellow Fever certificate if arriving from an endemic area
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