of TripAdvisor Travelers recommend this hotel
"Elegant Hotel "
Wow what a grand old hotel located right on the bund,spectacular lobby and the rooms are absolutely fantastic and large the staff really pays attention to detail the rooftop bar has a commanding view of the Yangtze river as it turns a corner in Shanghi, the light show along the river is wonderful
"Favorite hotel in Shanghai"
t is just a walking distance from the hotel to the Bund, really enjoy strolling on the Bund and watching night view of Shanghai . The hotel itself is a famous architecture of Art Deco and I think it is perfect for nostalgia. Elegant environment & Intimate service make Peace Hotel one of the top hotels in Shanghai, I will highly recommend it to all.
"A classic experience with Fairmont Peace"
After many nice experience with this hotel. I have to say, it's more like going home every time we have events there. Business meetings, customer cocktail receptions, formal meals even personal events. it's our first choice always. it's worth to give a try and you won't regret for sure...
"a good experience"
My friend and I had a very good experience during stay in fairmont peace hotel ! good service,nice staffs and very good location,we really enjoy it.it's just the perfect place for people to have a great trip in Shanghai. i love this hotel and will choose it again.Thanks
"Shockingly Poor Attitude Towards Customers!"
I had a lovely afternoon at the Jasmine Lounge for Tea Dance yesterday with my family. We loved the experience that we booked the Jazz Club for the evening, tried booking for dinner at the Chinese restaurant but were told that they were booked up. Thought we would get out to the Bund for a walk before coming back in to the Jazz Club. Approached the concierge to check if we could leave our shopping bags (not luggage) with them, we were told that they can only provide that service to house / room guests. Concierge suggested that we leave our bags with Jasmine Lounge, Jasmine Lounge suggested that we leave our bags by the sofa outside the Jazz Club (which is totally unthinkable as there is heavy traffic in and out of that public area). I approach the Front Desk and ask to speak to the Duty Manager, the nice young receptionist rang and spoke with the Duty Manager Alan in Chinese (not knowing that I actually understood Chinese), the poor girl hang up the phone and tried to explain to me that they can't help me, I asked to speak with Alan the duty manager directly, the receptionist then said 'sorry' he does not want to speak with you!' I then spoke in Chinese and said that I understood Chinese, May I speak with the Duty Manager directly, the receptionist then rang Alan again and this time, the message was ever so clear - she hang up the phone, embarrassed, not sure how to deliver the message but she did anyway in Chinese -- Our Duty Manager does not want to speak with you, if you continue to ask for him, we will call for the Security to see you out! I was shocked! As a fellow hotelier, I am appalled by the arrogance and unprofessional approach Alan the Duty Manager has chosen to deliver that message through the receptionist. I supposed the Duty Manager was anticipating that I would raise my request again for the property to store my shopping bag, he could have given me an excuse that he was busy, or send someone else to 'assist' me / reject the requests and set better examples to the young receptionists on how to converse with guests, or handle 'difficult' requests, etc, etc. Since when F&B guests are not guests' I was basically threatened to leave the hotel when I only asked to speak with the Duty Manager, I didn't even have a chance to raise my request!!'' Never would I have expected to be ashamed of my fellow hoteliers in Shanghai, at the Fairmont! At the Peace Hotel!! TL Sweeting
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 11:30 AM
According to the latest related regulations of Shanghai Government, please be advised that all smoking-room type will no longer exist from 1 March 2017.