Lounge bar meant to emulate a gentleman's club, with two lounge areas, a 9-seater bar as well as a screening room and a KTV room. Read more
A patchwork of brick and lawn terraces of differing heights, the Shanghai EDITION's roof garden mixes Chinese regional greenery with tropical horticulture. Features an open-air theater, a games area for lawn bowls and croquet, daybed seating, and, naturally, a bar... Read more
Run by Ritz-Carlton (owned by Marriott International), this hipper, more contemporary take on boutique hotels is a combination of two existing tower blocks containing 145 guest rooms. The hotel’s design incorporates 10 levels of public space, including 5 meeting... Read more
Shanghai EDITION's seasonal rooftop bar, enclosed by wooden trellis and climbing ivy, with an open-air lounge area and a big old view of Pudong. Read more
Conceived in the Studio 54 tradition (think dramatic lighting and wacky interior), Electric Circus is the Shanghai EDITION's arena for big-name DJs and performers. Read more
Shanghai EDITION's spa, it's got 6 treatment rooms and suites and a full bar. Read more
The final piece in the three-piece restaurant puzzle at Shanghai EDITION, Jason Atherton's brain child HIYA might look a bit Japanese but it's more like "inspired by" Japanese izakayas. "Inspired" because, despite having a very Japanese kitchen (headed up by... Read more
A happening pocket-sized lounge bar serving happening peoples’ punch, Shanghai's Punch Room, like its cousins in London and Barcelona, is characterized by exclusivity, insisting on reservations -- a necessity considering how small the space is. Moving in and around... Read more
Shanghai Tavern is the second coming of Berner’s Tavern in London, where Michelin-starred Chef Jason Atherton serves elevated British comfort food. The Shanghai version is good food in a posh setting, with pretty-as-sin cakes to be enjoyed at high tea. Drawing on... Read more
Canton Disco is the Shanghai EDITION's cantonese joint, with a twist. It's from the people behind Ho Lee Fook down in Hong Kong, an irreverent Cantonese joint, with traditional Canto dishes like roast meats and live seafood, set in what is basically a club. The... Read more
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