Wanda Reign on the Bund
What We Love
- A seven-star, Art Deco-inspired hotel on Shanghai's gorgeous BundThe exquisite detailing that of the Art-Deco-inspired hotel
- Sipping cocktails on the open-air terrace of the rooftop restaurant MARC and admiring the sparkling skyline
- Taking in the elaborate decor and amenities provided in each room
What To Know
- All rooms are Art Deco-inspired, and some look out on the Bund, Huangpu River and Pudong skyline
- The Yu Garden and City God Temple are within easy walking distance
- Free WiFi and private parking are available
An exercise in luxurious opulence, Wanda Reign on The Bund impresses with its jaw-dropping display of glamour and glitz. Designed by Foster + Partners and Heatherwick Studio, two prominent, award-winning British architecture firms, the building’s gleaming exterior hints at the grandeur awaiting guests inside. Jade inlaid floors and immense columns greet guests in the lobby while high-backed chairs offer respite from the city outside. It is no different throughout the rest of the space, classic Art-Deco elements are scattered all around – chesterfield sofas in rich colours make up the seating options for the restaurants, sparkling chandeliers dangle precariously overhead, and thick brocade curtains are pushed open to offer a view of the glorious Shanghai skyline. Though remarkably obnoxious, the furnishings have a modern styling that render them unique and eye-catching, rather than painful to the eyes. It is quite an experience to simply explore the space.
Newly opened in 2016, the hotel joins other iconic luxury properties on Shanghai’s Bund, the buzzing city’s luxury waterfront area. Here you’ll find plenty of fashionable locals enjoying the river view, shopping and dining at world-class establishments and outstanding buildings that make up the city’s skyline. Take your time to explore the area because there is much to see and do.
But it is more than its location, outstanding decor, refined restaurants and plush furnishings that give Wanda Reign on The Bund its right to label itself a seven-star hotel. It is, more importantly, the exceptional service that has the wealthy of Shanghai flocking to this one-of-a-kind hotel.
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Three weeks ago we had the pleasure of staying at the Wanda Reign. It was wonderful. The hotel is beautiful in every way, and in every detail. Plus, the staff is outstanding. Its position on the Bund brings into view the sweep of the beautiful old 19th century buildings. Spectacular day and night. Shanghai can be a tough nut to crack so the help we got from staff -from the manager on down- and the respite the hotel provided after long days in the city were such a benefit. I highly recommend it!!!
The Wanda Reign is a beautiful and very well located hotel at Shanghai's Bund. The rooms are more than comfortable, very well equipped and quiet even on the Bund's side with its amazing view. Wanda Reign's staff is exceptionally friendly and helpful. I enjoyed the three days and nights at Wanda Reign on the Bund very much and will certainly come back.
Every time, I will choose to stay at Wanda Reign on the Bund. The services are top and the people are friendly. They are providing home-feeling servies and take care of people's need.
The location on the Bund is great and it is fantastic view if you have a room with river view.
The Wanda a hotel on The bund in Shanghai is just amazing. People they work there like Mr Ping and Mint all the time helping customers. The service in the hotel is fantastic, the rooms very comftables and big sapce.The buffet at the Restaurant on the first floor super and on the top floor the bar is beautiful with such amazing view to the Bund and the Hangpu River. We recieved this week a delegation of the Parliamnet from Chile and all the members they were very well impressed.
The rooms are some of the nicest I have stayed in anywhere in the world, very well appointed and comfortable. The staff was exceptionally helpful when needed, especially Summer at the front desk. I would stay here again next time we visit Shanghai.