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A contemporary and boutique style city hotel, ideal for those looking for both comfort and modern design
Located in Xintiandi, an area full of upscale restaurants, bars and museums in downtown Shanghai
Spacious and very comfortable rooms, some with great views over the city
The Andaz boasts lots of highly regarded restaurants and bars
There's a wonderful indoor pool and spa, ideal after being out in the city all day
Shanghai and eastern China’s subtropical climate brings with it four distinct seasons. The weather is generally mild and temperate, with a great deal of rainfall even in the drier months of the year. The frequent monsoon showers and scorching temperatures of June, July and August can make it uncomfortably humid, with the mercury regularly rising over 35°C. Winter is overcast and chilly, although snow seldom falls in this eastern region of China. Spring (March to May) and autumn (September to November) are the best times to visit Shanghai and eastern China, with pleasant temperatures and fewer tourists.
The Andaz Xintiandi is a soaring 28-story hotel that differs from the other city style properties in Shanghai; it's chic and design led and has more of a boutique feel. It's also brilliantly located in Xintiandi, an area full of upscale restaurants.
Located in downtown Shanghai, in Xintiandi, the Andaz is a sharp and sophisticated boutique style city hotel that's brimming with contemporary style. Think curved wooden hallways, floor to ceiling glass and commissioned modern Chinese art. The gleaming hotel soars up 28 stories, is home to 307 spacious rooms, several restaurants and bars.
Its location in the Xintiandi area, on the edge of the French concession, means the hotel is within an easy walk from many of Shanghai's museums, antique markets, luxury shops and restaurants.
Dining here is a real treat; Hai Pai serves modern Chinese cuisine, Eclair offers all-day cakes and snacks and 88 Sushi serves fresh sushi in contemporary surroundings. There's also a spa, fitness centre and indoor pool.
The Andaz is perfectly suited to those who like the comforts of an international city hotel but are also looking for some contemporary style.
There are 307 rooms in total, spread across many of the 28 floors. These are divided between Standard, Deluxe, Suite and View rooms. The Standard rooms are spacious, incredibly modern with underfloor heating in the bathroom and a glowing bathtub. The Deluxe rooms are a little larger and have views over the city; these can be seen through the almost floor to ceiling windows.
Children are very welcome at The Andaz but there are no specific facilities for them.
Spend an evening exploring the flavours of Shanghai in a visit to a private home, small, family-run restaurants and local shops. Wander the streets on foot, meet the local people and taste some traditional dishes to get under the skin of the city.
Walking the streets of the old city, you’ll discover a culinary hotspot as a wealth of morning delicacies are crafted in front of you, from dumplings to noodles, potstickers to pancakes. Taste ten local dishes as you get a flavour for the neighbourhood.
Step into Shanghai’s rich cultural and religious melting pot as you explore its Buddhist, Christian, Jewish and Taoist sites and uncover a diverse myriad of religions practised in this cultural crossroad.
Leave behind the towering skyscrapers of Shanghai as you cycle through its ancient lanes to discover daily life and local culture in tucked away neighbourhoods. Dive into a bustling market, sample the local street food and dine at a Buddhist canteen.
Head to Shanghai's old town, an architectural treasure tucked away from the high rises and bright lights that Shanghai is so famous for. This visit will take you to the traditional part of the city, and to its lilongs, steeped in history.
Take a stroll along The Bund on the Huangpu River. Once Shanghai's financial centre, it boasts impressive colonial architecture, so strikingly different in comparison to Shanghai's towering skyscrapers behind. After, head west to the popular Nanjing Road.
Spend time exploring Shanghai's bright lights along Nanjing Road, Shanghai's most famous shopping street. After a short stroll, you will head to the Huangpu District and visit People's Square, one of the most important landmarks within this vibrant city.
The Andaz, Shanghai, is located in Xintiandi, an area full of upscale restaurants, bars and museums.
An 11-hour international flight from London. Andaz Shanghai can arrange transfers from Shanghai's Pudong International Airport, about 45 minutes by car.
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