- The hotel is spread across the 1929 Art Deco former headquarters of the Shanghai Power Company, and a now-adjoining 27-storey tower built in the 1980s, affording unobstructed views.
- The Shanghai EDITION, located at the northeast corner of Nanjing Road East and Henan Road in Puxi, West of Huangpu River and just a 5 minute walk from The Bund, is a unique combination of two separate towers featuring 145 guest rooms.
- The Shanghai EDITION’s 145 rooms invite a new era of laid-back, modern luxury with exceptional details and iconic Shanghai city and Bund views.
- Destined to become a nighttime destination for Shanghai’s elite, Jason Atherton’s HIYA, a Japanese lzakaya-inspired restaurant, is slick, sophisticated, and glamorous.
- The spa reflects a sophisticated approach to beauty, wellness and wellbeing with an inspired blend of luxury and comfort.
EXCLUSIVE LUXE VOYAGER VIP BENEFITS & BEST PRICE
We negotiate rates & benefits for our clients directly with the hotels’ senior management. Our rates match or in many cases are lower than the best online rate for the property. Our clients also enjoy a suite of extra VIP privileges and recognition while staying at a partner hotel.
- Complimentary room upgrade on arrival.
- Daily complimentary buffet breakfast for two.
- Up to $100 dining or spa credit per stay, and or in-house dining / spa discounts.
- Welcome amenities (wine/chocolates/fruit) and card from the GM.
- Complimentary private airport transfers.
- Complimentary roll-away bed if required.
- Early check-in and late check-out.
- Complimentary Wi-Fi.
- Enhanced recognition through VIP status at all touch points in the guest experience.
A complete or partial suite of VIP benefits will be offered, subject to the property T&C, including availability, category of room & length of stay.
Oriental Pearl TV Tower is a landmark in Shanghai, built in 1994, rose to 468 meters, is the country’s first aaaaa-level scenic spots, the tower has a space capsule, revolving restaurant, Shanghai city History of the development of the exhibition hall and other facilities, 1995 was included in one of Shanghai’s top ten new landscapes, A cluster of modern architecture and classical architecture gazing at Lujiazui crosses the Huangpu River.
Shanghai Nature Museum is a comprehensive museum which includes paleontology, botany, zoology, anthropology, geology, astronomy and many other natural sciences. has 10 of permanent exhibition area and a pro Exhibition hall, 4D Cinema, exploration center and other ancillary functional areas. The main task is to carry out scientific research and social education on the basis of collecting natural specimens and book materials.
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Yuyuan Garden is the largest and best known of the five historic gardens of Shanghai. The private garden was built between 1559 and 1587. The owner, Pan Yunduan, planned it as a retreat for his father, a former cabinet minister. Covering some four hectares of land at that time, it was rated one of the best gardens south of the Yangtze River.
As a museum of ancient Chinese art, Shanghai Museum possesses a collection of 120,000 precious works of art. Its rich and high-quality collection of ancient Chinese bronze, ceramics, painting and calligraphy is specially celebrated in the world.
Shanghai Grand Theatre is a landmark building in Shanghai, which makes the people’s square a veritable political and cultural center in Shanghai. The Grand Theatre successfully staged opera, musicals, ballet, symphony, chamber music, drama, drama and other large-scale performances and comprehensive arts party. Is increasingly becoming Shanghai’s important Cultural exchange window and the bridge of artistic communication.
The Shanghai EDITION, located at the northeast corner of Nanjing Road East and Henan Road in Puxi, West of Huangpu River and just a 5 minute walk from The Bund, is a unique combination of two separate towers featuring 145 guest rooms. The hotel’s design includes 10 levels of public space including 5 meeting studios and 2 forums, totaling to over 265 square meters. Food and beverage outlets include a signature Japanese restaurant on the 27th floor, a Cantonese dining venue featuring 5 private dining rooms, an all-day dining venue, 3 lounge bars, an indoor nightlife venue and 2 rooftop bars.
The Shanghai EDITION’s 145 rooms invite a new era of laid-back, modern luxury with exceptional details and iconic Shanghai city and Bund views. Rooms feature the conveniences for both travelers and revelers alike and views of the historical Bund area of Shanghai Puxi, against the backdrop of Pudong’s modern skyscrapers. Suites feature an open plan living and dining area, light-filled bedrooms, walk-in-wardrobes, and large angled windows, which are signature to the postmodern tower.
For all the social buzz of the public spaces, the rooms are decidedly low-key, with comfort a priority. Moody black-and-white photography from Chinese movies and a faux-fur throw jazz up the otherwise simple palette of light oak and white marble. Automatic curtains reveal high-rise city views (book a Bund-facing room if you can). Custom-scented Le Labo bath products, robes that feel like a warm hug, and Anichini bed linens ramp up the luxury factor.
Premium City View
388 sqft/36 sqm – 441 sqft/41 sqm.
Grand Bund View
495 sqft/46 sqm.
Grand Bund View Double
334 sqft/31 sqm.
Bund View Suite
947 sqft/88 sqm.
1550 sqft/144 sqm – 1927 sqft/179 sqm.
2928 sqft/272 sqm.
Shanghai boasts the most bars and restaurants of any EDITION hotel globally, a well-considered mix of local collaborations and global inspiration that has already made it a social hotspot. British chef Jason Atherton oversees Shanghai Tavern, a spacious brasserie with a vintage vibe offering dialled-up British fare, like crab toast with brown butter and lemon gel. This is also where breakfast is served – a full English or jianbing (Chinese breakfast crepe) are among the à la carte options, along with a simple buffet selection. HIYA is a modern Japanese izakaya on the 27th floor, and Canton Disco serves up chef Jowett Yu’s (of Hong Kong’s Ho Lee Fook) addictively irreverent take on Cantonese cuisine, to a disco-volume soundtrack.
Michelin-star chef Jason Atherton lends his culinary expertise to Shanghai Tavern. The restaurant offers all-day dining with a menu of seasonal, contemporary European brasserie. The interior references layers of history behind the Shanghai Power Company Building and features a communal space designed with pockets of intimacy.
Canton Disco, by Black Sheep Restaurants, pays homage to the unprecedented mix of glamorous sophistication and primal hedonism of the legendary Hong Kong night club of the same name. The restaurant is a Kowloon nightlife love story showcasing sophisticated Cantonese cuisine, flamboyant disco cocktails, and a riotous soundtrack in an energetic and opulent setting. The menu is designed for sharing and celebrates roasted meats and fresh seafood from the restaurant’s fish tanks that brim with trout, kanpachi, grouper, and lobster. Seating 167 guests in total, the space continues into 5 private dining rooms, which seat from 6 to 12 guests each.
High above the city on the 27th floor, HIYA is a Japanese Izakaya-inspired restaurant helmed by Jason Atherton, the Michelin-starred London-based restaurateur. The menu, designed for sharing, marries Japanese and Western flavours and features sashimi with careful garnishes designed to enhance the flavour of the fish and a grill serving premium Wagyu sirloin and other delicacies.
In the spirit of Studio 54, Electric Circus is a new kind of nightclub and VIP lounge, destined to become an must-visit venue in the Shanghai nightlife scene. With its dramatic lighting, otherworldly interior and signature EDITION cocktail mixology, the club is located on Level 7 and will play host to some of the world’s top DJs and performers.
A modern reincarnation of London’s 19th-century private club, the reservations-only Punch Room entices guests to enjoy an intimate and exclusive space away from the Bund’s crowd. Enclosed by warm, wooden vertical slats, Punch Room offers an intimate and cozy bar lounge atmosphere with close-up views of Pudong’s skyscrapers and EDITION’s renowned sophisticated cocktails.
Designed in the style of an early 20th century private social club, Club Room offers a sense of warmth and exclusivity, discretion and indulgence. Located on the 5th floor, it features two lounge areas, a 9-seat bar, a gallery seating area, a screening room and a karaoke room.
Located on the 29th floor and surrounded by a stunning ivy-covered trellis, ROOF is an open-air lounge area offering guests a comfortable, intimate setting for casual drinks. Featuring one of the most spectacular panoramic views of Pudong from the Bund, the bar serves a range of classic and innovative libations prepared by EDITION’s expert mixologist.
On the magnificent roof sits a fully landscaped, sculptural English garden—a perfect oasis and one of few urban green spaces in heart of the city. Mixing Chinese greenery with traditional English horticulture, Roof Garden also features an under-the-stars movie theatre, a games area for lawn bowling and croquet, daybed seating, and a full bar serving food and snacks.
Enjoy signature cocktails from around the property including several Lobby Bar exclusives. The Bar pays homage to increasingly rare, traditional Shanghai urban design with bespoke plaster relief artwork inspired by carvings, typically observed on Shikumen (stone-gated) housing.
There’s a swimming pool, 24-hour gym and yoga terrace, and a breezy spa swathed in white linen offering beauty treatments in six private rooms overlooking the heritage rooftops.
The Private pool area, overlooking Nanjing Road, is enclosed in a conservatory designed to bathe the area in natural light. The elegant space offers a main pool as well as a thermally engineered hot tub.
Located on the 6th floor of the Heritage building, The SPA reflects a sophisticated approach to beauty, wellness and wellbeing with an inspired blend of luxury and comfort. The Spa features a total of 6 treatment rooms and suites, offering a variety of well-chosen services. Additionally, the SPA provides designated changing rooms with sauna and an expansive relaxation area with a full bar and a retail boutique.
With state-of-the-art equipment, the Gym on level 7 combines wellness and holistic design. The 24-hour facility features a large outdoor terrace where guest can relax, practice tai chi, yoga, or cardio against a stunning urban backdrop.