Airy 38th floor lobby with 360-degree views of the city and afternoon tea
Prime Puxi location is walking distance to prime shopping and sightseeing
Twice-nightly free shuttle service to Xintiandi and the Bund (Fridays and Saturdays)
“Secret” balcony off the 60th-floor Executive Library (Guinness-certified in 2005 as the World’s Highest Library)
What To Know
A daily breakfast buffet is available for a fee
Spa packages are available Mandara Spa for massage and treatment services included in-rate
WiFi is available for a fee
Parking on site
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Sixty-floor building next to People’s Square mixing business and pleasure with a spa, indoor-outdoor pools and five restaurants
On the top 24 floors of Tomorrow Square, a futuristic glass-and-steel tower that could double as a supervillian’s lair, the JW Marriott occupies prime Shanghai real estate. Each of the 342 Art Deco-inspired, masculine rooms in rosewood and hunter green offer sweeping city views, especially from the floor-to-ceiling windows in the deluxe corner units. Rounding out the business-leisure offerings: indoor and outdoor pools, a 24-hour fitness center, the exotic Mandara Spa and five eateries/lounges, including the grand Wan Hao Chinese Restaurant.
In the Area
People’s Square, an old racecourse reclaimed as a vast green park, is the cultural heart of downtown Puxi — and by extension, Shanghai. Catch a symphony or ballet at the swooping Grand Theatre, explore traditional Chinese craftmanship at the Shanghai Museum, or go modern at the Museum of Contemporary Art. China’s most famous shopping street, Nanjing Road, connects the park with the The Bund to the east and the Shanghai Exhibition Center to the west, and the Urban Planning Exhibition Centre ties it all together. Bling-hounds shouldn’t miss nearby Xintiandi, a high-class, car-free dining/shopping/entertainment district with many original Shikumen-style stone buildings.