St Regis comes to Shanghai

sleep May 24, 2017 15:04

By The Nation

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A newcomer to downtown Shanghai, the recently opened, five-star St Regis Shanghai Jingan hotel provides travellers convenient access to explore Shanghai’s history and modern city life. Located on West Beijing Road, it’s a five-minute walk to the Shanghai Natural History Museum and a short drive to such cultural landmarks as the famous Jingan Temple, 400-year-old Yu Garden and the Exquisite Jade Ro

 “Shanghai’s cosmopolitan spirit is perfectly matched by The St Regis Shanghai Jingan, which through unrivalled service and personalised experiences will bring to life the modern glamour that defines this city,” said Lisa Holladay, global brand leader, St Regis Hotels & Resorts.

 “With its own rich history and distinctive legacy, the Pearl of the Orient is an ideal place to expand the St Regis brand and this debut represents an important milestone in our overall global growth.”

Owned by BM Holding, the hotel’s elegant interiors create an oasis of calm by combining traditional English and Chinese palatial styles with elements of Chinese art and culture through a collection of calligraphy and handcrafted gold-foil paintings. The public space is adorned with five glass sculptures by renowned artist Dale Chihuly.

The hotel accommodates 491 exquisitely styled guestrooms in categories of suites and residences boasting sweeping city views and extra comfort. The three-bedroom, three-storey Presidential Suite spans 650 square metres on the top of the property, featuring a glass ceiling, vast living room, outdoor terraces with panoramic skyline views, full kitchen, dining room, and lounge area.

“The St. Regis Shanghai Jingan will redefine the local luxury hospitality landscape by blending the rituals and traditions of St Regis, such as its legendary butler service, with a design and culinary experience that highlights the history and culture of Shanghai,” said the hotel’s general manger, Chris Tsoi,

We look forward to welcoming both international and domestic guests and providing them with a true one-of-a-kind way to experience the best of this extraordinary city.”

The new hotel offers guests a unique combination of signature St Regis offerings and local flavours. Set in a modern Japanese stone garden, Seki-tei features a live cooking teppanyaki station, Chinese restaurant Yan Ting serves refined Cantonese cuisine and the Drawing Room serves the signature St Regis afternoon tea.

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