The Xintiandi area retains its antique walls, tiles and façade of the traditional Shikumen houses of old Shanghai, while the interiors showcase the most prestigious modern brands, fashion boutiques, restaurants and bars, a landmark destination that holds together the historical and cultural identities of the city. The hotel is a short walk to the Metro, with lines that will take you through the vibrant metropolis that is Shanghai. A few minutes walk from the hotel, is the prestigious Huai Hai Road, one of Shanghai’s premier shopping areas. Within the hotel, there is plenty to do with the hotel boasting some of the finest eateries and bars in the city.
For spa lovers, the Optime Spa spreads over 2,200 square metres with the fitness studio fully equipped with the latest Technogym equipment, a 15 metre indoor swimming pool and a private studio. The spa consists of ten luxurious, ensuite rooms for reflexology, beauty and spa treatments. The hair salon will open soon.
Located on the B1 and B2 levels of Andaz Shanghai, the Optime Spa spreads over 2200 square metres and is dedicated to all aspects of health and wellbeing.
Optime Spa at Andaz Shanghai offers a fully equipped fitness centre and private studio with the latest TechnoGym equipment.
World Architecture at the Bund
The Bund is a symbol of Shanghai that houses dozens of historical buildings, lining the Huangpu River, that once housed numerous banks and trading houses.
Huangpu River Cruise
The Huangpu River is the mother river that symbolizes Shanghai and presents visitors with the cream of the city’s scenic sights on its banks.
A famous classical garden in South China, it was once named as the “top beauty in southeast China”.