It is surprising, that being one of the expensive cities in the world, the number of traveler visiting is still rising. The skyscraper, luxurious hotel, most excellent restaurants, modern building are some of the reasons, but the crown in the jewel is its perfect blend of China’s culture. Historical renowned for its playground for rich and famous, not only the places but also residents of Shanghai who scream luxury at pretty much.
Well, if you are planning your vacation in this heavenly city of China, you surely like to have a luxurious night in one of the hotels. Don’t worry, the services in Shanghai are top-notch, and if you have a thick wallet, then here are the ten most expensive hotels in Shanghai.
Situated 1.7 miles from Xintiandi and 1.6 miles from the Shanghai Bund, The Capella Shanghai Hotel is located within the cultural preservation zone of the Xuhui District. Capella Shanghai is the only all-villa urban resort in the city.
The rooms here offer living rooms and rooftop terraces. The 1 to 3 bedroom villas offer free Wi-Fi, minibars, and Bose sound systems. The hotel features a French dining restaurant, a bar, and a high-end bakery where private dining can be arranged. The hotel also includes a gym and a spa. The Capella Shanghai Hotel starts at $ 409.
Sibling hotel to the renowned Bellagio Towers in Las Vegas, the Bellagio Shanghai Hotel is set on the banks of the Suzhou River next to the Waibaidu Bridge.
The Hotel has 138 rooms where 24 of them are suites. The spacious rooms feature private terraces, and suites feature personal butler service. The hotel features a function and meeting space, a pillar-free Grand Ballroom, and a 7-meter high ceiling.
The best features of the hotel are Accommodations, events, and Dining. Other amenities of the hotel include business center services, 24-hour room service, spa, swimming pools, fitness center, and Meetings and Events places. The hotel costs $ 305 per night.
Featuring spectacular views of the Bund, Huangpu River, and Pudong Skyline, the Hotel Wanda Reign on the Bund is located in the heart of Shanghai. The hotel is just 16 km from Shanghai Hongqiao Airport and 6.4 km from Shanghai Railway Station.
Featuring 190 luxurious rooms, which range from 45 to 288 square meters, that all have flat-screen TVs, seating areas, etc. the hotel offers high tech amenities, a diversity of dining options, and crafted hospitality. The per-night cost at this hotel starts at $ 258.
Just a 12-minute walk from Yu Garden, the Hodel Waldorf Astoria Shanghai on the bund is set in 2 stately buildings on the historic Bund waterfront.
Located in the heart of the celebrated Bund, the hotel has rooms that feature city or river views, marble bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, and minibars. The suites have living rooms and dining rooms.
The hotel features three restaurants in which 1 of them serves Western cuisine. The hotel has a spa, a bar, two lounges as well as a gym and an indoor pool. The per-night cost at this hotel starts at $ 199.
W shanghai – The bund is located 200 m from International Cruise Terminal Subway Station. The 42-floor hotel is set amid the stunning panoramic views of Huangpu River and the up and coming to North Bund at Puxi.
The hotel rooms and suites feature signature beds and high tech facilities. The private bathroom attached in the room provides a hairdryer, slippers, and free toiletries.
The hotel includes a spa center, fitness center, 12 function rooms, and Great room. The hotel features three dynamic bars and different restaurants. The hotel cost starts at $ 259 per night.
Being a flagship of Seclusion Group’s boutique hotel chain, located in the Xuhui District, The Seclusive Life Aristo Mansion hotel is a classical Spanish three-story garden house.
The hotel consists of fifteen individual rooms and suites. The amenities of the hotel include pool, high-speed internet, fitness center, beach, restaurant, bar, lounge, etc. The hotel cost per night starts from $ 210.
Source: The Luxevoyager
Located 5 km from the 16th century Yu Garden and just a 2-minute walk from a subway station, the Ritz-Carlton Hotel Shanghai is a 10-minute walk from the Shanghai World Financial Center.
The rooms here have marble bathrooms with designer toiletries, free Wi-Fi, and floor to ceiling windows with city views. The suites even have river views and living rooms.
The hotel features an Italian restaurant, a rooftop bar, and a jazz lounge, a fitness center, an indoor pool, and a spa. The hotel cost per night starts from $ 232.
Whether you’re a tourist or a traveling on business purpose, the St. Regis Shanghai Jingan is one of the best choices for stay when you are in Shanghai. Located 4 km from both People’s Square and the Shanghai Museum, the hotel has rooms that have city views.
All the rooms and suites feature fireplace, as well as minibars and safes. The hotel has butler service. Featuring four restaurants, a bar, and a tea room, the hotel has other amenities that include a gym, an indoor pool, and a spa. The hotel cost per night starts from $ 213.
Shanghai’s Legendary landmark situated in the heart of the Bund, the Fairmont Peace Hotel Shanghai, is just 7 minutes walk from Nanjing East Road metro station.
Dating from 1929, the hotel lies near the Huangpu River. The hotel has rooms and suites that feature iPod docks and minibars; whirlpool tubs as well as separate living and dining rooms. They also have river views.
The hotel features two dining restaurants, a jazz bar, a café, an indoor pool, a luxury spa, and a gym. The hotel cost per night starts from $ 220.
The hotel IFC residence is less than ten minutes' walk from Shanghai Ocean Aquarium and the Shanghai Tower. Located in a sleek building in the Pudong district, the IFC Residence Hotel has rooms that feature terraces and river views, a kitchen, an iPod dock, and ironing facilities.
The hotel has an indoor pool, a fitness room, a sauna, a rooftop terrace, a garden, a business center, and a children’s playground. The hotel cost per night starts at $ 200.