4.5 URBN Hotel Shanghai

URBN Boutique Hotel, Shanghai


“This 26-room boutique hotel in downtown Jing’an District was once a post office and now claims to be China’s first carbon neutral hotel. The renovation, which was completed using 100 percent locally-sourced and recycled materials, has won numerous awards for its sustainability and design.”

$ 152 $ 152 $ 152 $ 152
4.5 Park Hyatt Shanghai

Park Hyatt Hotel, Shanghai


“The Park Hyatt provides the best angle to view Shanghai: from the top. Occupying the upper part of the 492-meter Shanghai World Financial Center, all 174 rooms enjoy stunning vistas overlooking Lujiazui high-rises, the Huangpu River or the Puxi downtown area.”

$ 240 $ 240 $ 240 $ 240
4.5 Waldorf Astoria Shanghai

Waldorf Astoria on the Bund, Shanghai


“The Waldorf Astoria occupies one of Shanghai’s oldest buildings: the restored 101-year-old former Shanghai Club. With giant chandeliers, neo-classical ceiling carvings and original marble floor tiles, the interior feels more like a royal palace than a hotel.”

$ 254 $ 254 $ 254 $ 254
4.4 W Hotel Bund Shanghai

W Hotel The Bund, Shanghai

New York Times

“The W Shanghai has a plum location just north of the Bund, providing stunning views of the Pudong skyline from the outdoor pool deck. A comical touch in the 374 rooms: pillows in the shape of soup dumplings and oversized chopsticks.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Shanghai, China.

$ 285 $ 285 $ 285 $ 285
4.5 Capella Shanghai

Capella Jian Ye Li, Shanghai

New York Times

“The long-awaited Capella Shanghai, the Singapore-based luxury chain’s first China property, opened in September in a restored Shanghai shikumen lane complex originally built for French traders in the 1930s. The property features 55 villas set in three-story traditional houses with private courtyards and rooftop balconies.”

Shortlisted in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Shanghai, China.

$ 550 $ 550 $ 550 $ 550
4.0 Pentahotel Shanghai

Pentahotel, Shanghai


“All 250 rooms at Pentahotel are fitted out in a minimalistic style with views over downtown residential buildings. The hotel is near three metro lines.”

$ 54 $ 54 $ 54 $ 54
4.2 Hotel Equatorial Shanghai

Hotel Equatorial, Shanghai


“One of the first hotels in Shanghai built to receive international travelers after the Chinese economy opened up to world trade, the 520-room, four-star lodging is in the thick of things.”

$ 79 $ 79 $ 79 $ 79