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Alongside working artists’ studios, Shanghai’s new Swatch Art Peace Hotel brilliantly fuses culture, retail and hospitality.
The Swatch Art Peace Hotel is under the protection of the Law of Cultural Heritage Preservation of People's Republic of China
The Swatch Art Peace Hotel is located at the crossroads of Nanjing East Road the iconic "Bund" in Shanghai.
Shook! Shanghai presents an innovative gourmet concept, offering a spectacular array of Asia and modern western cuisines.
Peace Suite, 180sqm / 1937sqf, Super King bed, Bund and Pudong view
Happiness Suite, 250sqm / 2691sqf, Kind bed, Bund and Pudong view
Prosperity Suite, 235sqm / 2529sqf, Super King bed, Private Balcony
Good Fortune Suite, 86sqm / 926sqf, King bed
Cheerful, Wondrous or Joyful Room, 40sqm / 430sqf, King bed
23 East Nanjing Road (Bund 19), Shanghai 200002, P.R. China
40km/24.85mi from Shanghai Pudong Int'l (PVG) and 13km/8mi from Shanghai Hongqiao Int'l (SHA)
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A South Bund luxury venue with a decidedly gothic feel, Haven hosts private events with the emphasis on fine dining, as well as corporate get-togethers and other parties. (86-21) 333-0202; www.havenshanghai.com.
Visit the “old” Jesse, the no-frills but fabulous cornerstone restaurant of Shanghainese cooking that has since spawned “new” Jesse restaurants all over town. The original is still the best. (86-21) 6282-9260; www.xinjishi.com.
Helmed by chef Paul Pairet, Mr. & Mrs. Bund is a late-night spot whose chef playfully encourages guests to play with modern French classics, matching basic cuts and ingredients with different sauces and sides. (86-21) 6323-9898; www.mmbund.com.
In the 1930s, Nanjing, Shanghai’s main shopping street, was famously deemed one of the world’s seven great roads. It had been in disrepair but now is rapidly revitalizing.
An internationally-renowned label known for its distinctive bright colors, Shanghai Tang set out to rejuvenate Chinese fashion of the 1920s and ’30s with cuts inspired by Han traditions. (86-21) 6384-1601; www.shanghaitang.comwww.shanghaitang.com.
The soaring observation deck on the 100th floor provides a spectacular view of downtown Shanghai and the Huangpu River. There’s a 94th-floor observatory for exhibitions and events. (86-21) 6877-7878; www.swfc-observatory.com.
This TV tower at the tip of Lujiazui in Pudong, opposite the Bund, is a distinctive landmark that was built in the 1990s. In 2007, it hosted the Chinese Live Earth concert. (86-21) 5879-1888; www.opg.cn.
Established in 1577, Yu Garden is a maze of classical Ming and Qing dynasty pavilions and rock gardens, surrounded by a lively bazaar. (+86-21) 6326-0830; www.yuyuantm.com.cn.
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