About The Peninsula Shanghai
With its glamorous art-deco design aesthetic fused with Asian accents, the Peninsula Shanghai is an elegant, stately landmark along central Shanghai’s famed Bund, not far from the city’s financial district. Welcoming guests with the Peninsula brand’s signature service and amenities, the 235-room hotel provides lovely skyline and water views. Elegant dining venues are headlined by Yi Long Court and its Michelin Star chef; visitors can also enjoy afternoon ceremonial tea services in the lobby, overlooking the British Consulate Gardens.
The Peninsula Spa by ESPA, voted the “Best Hotel Spa” in the SpaChina Awards 2011, provides a tranquil space away from city life, with bespoke treatments and a private spa suite for two with changing area, steam shower and dual bath. When not spa-ing, guests can browse the many shops of the Peninsula Arcade, or explore all the vibrant Shanghai has to offer through the hotel’s signature Peninsula Academy curriculum.
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With sweeping Shanghai views, the Peninsula Spa by ESPA features sleek interiors evocative of the city’s colonial period. Ivory marble offsets dark opulent wood, while an Asian Tea Lounge, where guests can consult with a spa therapist or relax on the private terrace, provides a soothing, yet sophisticated allure. Following a service, spa-goers can curl up beside the fireplace and savor signature Naturally Peninsula healthful cuisine in the relaxation lounge.
The 1,250-square-meter spa has seven treatment rooms, along with two private VIP suites, where revitalizing, personalized services that combine the Peninsula’s signature wellness concept with ESPA rituals take place. A range of facials, massages and body treatments include the Bamboo Harmoniser, a service that begins with the revered ceremony tea, an in-depth consult with a spa therapist and a ginger foot buff. A full-body scrub precedes a massage of rolling techniques and long strokes using bamboo.
In addition, men’s and women’s thermal areas come appointed with sauna, steam, ice fountain and experience showers.
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Location & Hours
The Peninsula ShanghaiNo. 32 The Bund, 32 Zhongshan Dong Yi Road
Phone: ((86-21) 2327 2888
- The Shanghai Pudong International Airport and Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport are located within 30 minutes of the Peninsula Shanghai.
- The Peninsula’s fleet of signature Rolls-Royces is available for airport transfers.
- Shanghai has a subtropical, maritime, monsoon climate; July and August are warm, with temperatures reaching 35° C, while the months of June and July experience ample rainfall. Spring and autumn can be quite lovely, with mild temperatures.
Facilities & Amenities
The Peninsula Shanghai offers plenty to keep visitors entertained. Following a workout in the LifeFitness-equipped gym, hotel guests can take a dip in the art deco-style swimming pool or nosh on healthful Naturally Peninsula cuisine poolside on the open-air terrace. There are 25 luxury fashion and jewelry boutiques to browse, and guests are just a quick drive from Nanjing Lu, Shanghai’s shopping district. Business travelers can take advantage of the hotel’s close proximity to the city’s Pudong financial district.
To immerse guests in the region’s cultural resources, the signature Peninsula Academy program is available to educate and entertain visitors on topics ranging from culture, lifestyle and cuisine to the arts and history of Shanghai.
Rooms & Dining
The 235 art deco-designed rooms and suites provide a bit of classic Shanghai splendor, designed in richly vivid color palettes, complemented by river and city views. High-tech appointments include 46-inch plasma TVs, Nespresso coffee machines, iPod docking stations and complimentary WiFi, while marble bathrooms feature walk-in dressing rooms. Guests reserving one of the four premiere suites will enjoy access to an outdoor balcony or wrap-around terrace.
For dining options, Sir Elly’s rooftop restaurant, known for its contemporary European cuisine and sparkling views of the Bund, is available, as is Yi Long Court, which serves Cantonese fare and regional specialties like dim sum under the care of chef Dicky To. Guests can relish in afternoons of traditional tea ceremonies in the lobby, and evenings of nightcaps and dancing at Salon de Ning. Spirits can also be sipped at the compelling Compass Bar in a fanciful maritime-inspired space that includes a scale replica of a historic Huangpu River boat.