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"Tranquility in the Heart of Business Area"
This place is situated in the heart of Financial Area, however if you would like to explore the West of Shanghai which has more tourist spots, you may have to go through tunnels which may be high in traffic during working hours.
"Best hotel in Shanghai"
This was our second stay at the Park Hyatt in Shanghai and it gets better every time. The staff go out of their way to do anything they can for you. The location is fantastic as you are close to shopping, metro stations and getting anywhere from there is quite easy. The concierge was fantastic at booking our Disney tickets and train tickets to Xi'an for our departure. As a globalist Hyatt member we were given a lovely upgrade and it really enhanced our time there. I can't say enough about how great this hotel is. I would not consider any other hotel in Shanghai next time we are there.
"Great place to stay in Shanghai"
My second time in Shanghai staying at the Park Hyatt, and this time I also spent the last few days at a 5-star hotel on the Bund at the end of the trip where a conference took place. The Park Hyatt was a much better hotel - much better guest service, particularly in the restaurants, room was larger and the shower is the best I have experienced anywhere. Being in Pudong is not as convenient for many tourist purposes but it is closer to the mag-lev train station to/from Pudong airport and the extra cab fare to Puxi is worth it.
"Castle in the sky."
We stayed for the Harvest Festival week long holiday week in October. We were incredibly fortunate to be upgraded to the Diplomat Suite based on our hotel membership status. The Dip Suite is located on the 98th floor. The suite is essentially a posh apartment with a dining room, living room with coffee station kitchen, a library and a very large bedroom adjoining the largest bathroom suite/ walk in wardrobe area I have ever seen. The ceiling was about 5 meters tall. Large dramatic diagonal structural braces from the tower's super structure dramatically lined the exterior wall. Every morning, waking up on the 98th floor with the city of Shanghai in front of you was unbelievable. We were so surprised to see the top of the Jin Mao tower poke through the clouds in front of us like some gothic gargoyle in the sky. From an amenities point of view, the daily breafkfast buffet was fantastic. An array of western food and chinese dim sum awaited us each morning on the 99th floor. The swimming pool located below the lobby is appropraitely large with again magnificent views onto the city. Close by, there is a tidy yet efficient fitness center, My only complaint is that the ambient temperature was too high for my taste. Felt like exercising in a sauna. Out the long elevator ride down to the street, the environs around the hotel is a bit vast and mind numbing partly due to the fact that three 100+ story towers are all sited across the street from each other. Nonetheless, it is clean and airy. The IFC Mall is a 5 minute walk wheer you can easily spend time eating and shopping. The subway is adjacent to the mall and so the rest of SHanghai is a train ride away.
"Nice Hotel in Shanghai"
we had a very short stay in Shanghai, 2 nights ; Park Hyatt Shanghai is a cosy hotel with excellent service, food at 100 Century avenue on average only ; breakfast do better then dinner, guest room overall is nice but bathroom seem need to be repair in some area. view are wonderful to facing River and we are enjoy to stay in here.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM