The Peninsula: Shanghai, China

The Peninsula: Shanghai, China

Peninsula Shanghai

The Peninsula Shanghai. It officially welcomed its first guests back on October 19, and yet it’s already like a landmark on Shanghai’s Bund—the street of shops, other high-class hotels, and historical buildings right at the bend of the Huangpu River.

The main thing to know about this Peninsula is its relatively low starting room rate: $295. With it, if you can score the deal (and we recommend searching for dates far into the future), you’ll be sitting pretty in a room with the feeling of a suite, as each room is divided into living spaces and even features adressing room in lieu of an itty-bitty closet. More on that dressing room, after the jump.

Peninsula Shanghai ClosetBest. Hotel Closet. Ever.

The hotel might not have the tourist-attracing grand atrium of the Grand Hyatt Jinmao or the novelty of sleeping in one of the world’s tallest buildings, like with Park Hyatt Shanghai, but the Peninsula is on the other side of the river from them in Puxi, and it does boast some of the largest hotel rooms in the city and seriously, a dressing room has to count for something.

Art Deco with a Residential Feel

Peninsula room ShanghaiThere are 235 gloriously comfortable Peninsula Shanghai guestrooms and suites that represent the return of classic luxury to shanghai.  The city’s most spacious, they have it all from Art Deco e;egamce tp breathtaking Hangpu River and skyline views, plus the newest Peninsula room technology.  Every room features a 46-inch plasma TV.  Nespresso coffee machine, iPod docking station, free local and interantional calls and Wifi access.  Four themed suites-the Astor, Majestic, Palace and Peninsula-set new standards of luxury living.

 

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