History unfolds in Tianyi Pavilion. You find the oldest library in Ningbo, one of China’s oldest cities. Within the richly-wrought building beside Moon Lake, thousands of books and memoirs collectively weave a vivid tapestry of China’s intriguing story. You soak it all in.
Glittering night-time view of the hotel
Earlier that day, you entered Ningbo from the Hangzhou Bay Bridge, one of the longest transoceanic bridges in the world. But after further sightseeing, it’s time to call it a day. Comfort and indulgence is not far away. It’s waiting at Shangri-La Hotel, Ningbo – your home during your stay in this enthralling city.
The “calm waves” that gave this city its name are recreated in the hotel’s wavy façade. This architectural feature makes it easy to recognize the iconic building from anywhere. You’ll always find your way back here with no trouble – just like coming home.
Back in your room, you enjoy a commanding view of where the rivers converge. It reminds you that Ningbo sprung from the confluence of three rivers to become a major sea port.
Dusk falls. In the changing light, the Old Bund – the oldest in the country – subtly transforms from a daytime shopping hive into a nocturnal party haunt. Waves of foreign influences that have swept over this city for hundreds of years are visible in the Dutch- and English-style buildings,and thecobblestoned streets.
A stroll will be enchanting in the moonlight. For now, you’re just looking forward to dining at the hotel.
Shall it be Ningbonese cuisine at Shang Palace, Western food at Lobster Bar and Grill, or international fare at Yi Café’s open concept kitchen? The choices heighten your anticipation.
You will decide later. You know you can count on the hotel staff to offer some great advice. That is not just reassuring, it is the alluring promise of Shangri-La Hotel, Ningbo.