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What We Love

  • Traditional Chinese medicine treatments (along with massages and pedicures) at Qin the Spa
  • Attentive service — especially when it comes to families
  • Long indoor pool (and nearby whirlpool) on the fourth floor
  • Panoramic views of the city from higher floors

What To Know

  • An extra charge applies for yoga and tai chi classes in the fitness center
  • The 25th floor is for couples only
  • Great sunset views during cocktails in the executive club — but there's a membership fee to belong

Amenities

  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Overview

Bustling Shanghai sleep with four restaurants, an indoor pool and splurge-worthy spa

The Lowdown

A sleek highrise in the center of the city, this 422-room property offers a sample of the best of Shanghai — excellent dim sum and Cantonese fare at Si Ji Xuan, teriyaki featuring local ingredients at Shintaro, a front-row seat to the action on Weihai Road from Café Studio, and reflexology, acupuncture and holistic treatments at the I Ching-themed spa. Upstairs rooms rise above the Shanghai bustle with deep soak marble tubs, iHome docking stations, flatscreens and DVD players. When you’re ready to venture away from the gourmet restaurants and posh gym, the multilingual concierge can arrange tours of the historic old city.

In the Area

Within walking distance of the People’s Square, the Shanghai Museum, and the Shanghai Grand Theatre, the Four Seasons could not be more centrally located right in the city’s cultural hub, the Puxi district. When you’re done strolling and sightseeing, it’s a 15-minute walk to fabulous shopping on Nanjing Road (high end boutiques are on Nanjing West Road, with bookstores lining the pedestrian section of the street) and Huai Hua Road. Early risers should head to Jing An Park to watch locals practicing tai chi. Afterwards, cross the street to visit Jing An Temple, which has been a peaceful respite in this chaotic city for almost 800 years.

How to Get There

Four Seasons Hotel Shanghai
500 Weihai Road
Shanghai, 200041 China

Reviews

Sets the standard for luxury hotels
Shen_Jackson

Not much to complain about at this hotel. Great location, opposite an upscale mall and very close to 3 subway lines. The rooms and services are so good that I'd stay here even if the location wasn't convenient. Breakfast here stands out, it's great so make sure that it's included in your rate. If you stay here over a weekend you might get a clear day and the views of the tall Pudong buildings are great.

Perfect location for family travel
Footprints178056

The location is perfect. It’s in the center of downtown but a quiet neighborhood. Easy access to metro. The nearby mega Starbuck store and fancy mall are a bonus. The service at Four Seasons is always reliable and attention to details. Very good for family with kids.

Nice stay in Shanghai
CLAV70

Nice hotel in a central position with good choice of restaurants inside. Rooms are clean and good equipped. Good breakfast with big choice of different foods. Complete Spa and fitness area with swimming pool. I recommend this hotel completely.