Nineteen-room boutique hotel on the South Bund, designed by Neri & Hu, once home to Table No. 1 but now housing Oxalis instead. Read more
Andaz Shanghai is the first Andaz property in Asia Pacific and the sixth hotel to open under the new Andaz brand operated by Hyatt Hotels & Resorts. Located in Xintiandi, the hotel features 307 spacious guest rooms and suite. Read more
The URBN hotel brings its appeal through being environmentally friendly whilst maintaining modern architecture and design. With only 26 rooms this hotel is one of the smallest in town and yet is indisputably unique with its reused wood and bamboo infrastructure. It's... Read more
Sun Island Resorts is a spa and retreat type of deal with golf facilities, restaurants and conference stuff for business types. It shares an island with a 1200-year-old pagoda, the Mao pagoda, and might be a nice place for a rejuvenating break from the smog of... Read more
The five-star Meliá Shanghai Hongqiao is one of the flagship properties of the Spanish Meliá Hotels & Resorts brand in Mainland China. It's about 5km from the Hongqiao Railway Station and Hongqiao Airport, about 5 minutes drive to the National Exhibition and... Read more
Les Suites Orient Bund Shanghai Hotel is a Luxury City Center retreat. It fuses Art Deco design with traditional Oriental Style. It is located in the center of Shanghai, along the cityâ€™s prestigious Bund area, offering fascinating views over the Huangpu River and... Read more
This property is an all-suite hotel and residence, Designed by interior design firm HBA, THE ONE exudes, traditional Chinese and European Art Deco design elements. With 244 spacious guest suites and private residences, offering a choice of studio, one-, two- or... Read more
This hotel is exquisitely designed to give a 1920's feel, and is prices as the most expensive in the city. If you can get around the rather flashy furniture, the lobby is quite lovely with loads of period antiques and old photos on the walls. If nothing else, head up... Read more
Jia Shanghai offers luxurious accommodations within minutes of many of the main sights in Shanghai: Nanjing road; People's Square; the Shanghai Museum; and the Bund. All 55 rooms are equipped with kitchenettes, and if you don't feel like cooking yourself they also... Read more
Three-storey bed & breakfast guesthouse located in Xuhui. Stay at one of five rooms designed in individual styles evoking old-timey Shanghai. Read more
The name Pudi is a clever play on words: Chinese for boutique but the Chinese characters mean "rough jade"/"diamond in the rough". Behind the hard-to-find doors, you'll discover a dark, private place to escape the cacophony of street-side Shanghai. Focusing on... Read more
Hotel Massenet is a recent redevelopment of a collection of 1920's colonial mansions into a staggeringly luxurious hotel. Each of the 14 villas -- some with gardens, some with more suites, all with private garages and butlers -- rent as a single unit, for somewhere... Read more
Chai Living is a boutique residence or Service apartment for short and long term stay in a 1932 Art Deco Building. Read more about Chai Living on SmartShanghai's sister site CreativeHunt.com
The Yangtze Boutique Hotel is a gorgeous heritage building turned into a boutique hotel, up to its neck in a heavy Art Deco theme. It's home to three restaurants, most notably the Cantonese restaurant Tang Restaurant, CIAO Dinging Room, and a serious cocktail bar,... Read more
Sometimes described as Shanghai's most 'charming hotel', Lapis Casa is a real addition to the city's hotel scene. This boutique hotel has a very traditional feel to it with a lot of the decor inspired by the decadent days of Shanghai in the early 20th century, and... Read more
Built in 1934, the building was designed for the family of the famous architect I.M. Pei. The Pei Mansion offers 25 guestrooms which combine heritage charm, contemporary Chinese design, luxury amenities and furnishing. Read more
Boutique hotel with a rooftop terrace and 165 guest rooms. Read more
Gallery Suites is, despite the boring name, not a corporate high-rise hotel. In fact, it's much the opposite: a 39-suite boutique hotel in a 1933 heritage building, with fully refurbished rooms and a mix of Art Deco and chinoiserie decor. Location -- Hengshan Lu --... Read more
The H in The H Hotel stands for "happy" - and as such, the hotel has been decorated throughout in a vibrant mishmash of colour to make you wonder if you've wandered into a mental asylum. It's hip and young, and certainly unique. We recommend you go here for a drink... Read more
Once regarded as one of the best designed hotels in Shanghai, a lot of effort has gone into the B'LaVii house to give you that 'traditional Chinese' feel. Read more
The rooms are pretty basic for the price you pay, however the Ke Tangjian is in a nice location for lots of decent restaurants and bars. Read more
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