Pudong Expo Qiantan Area, where hotel is located, is a brand new urban community that blends modern-day social and commercial functions. As the first luxury hotel in Qiantan, we are committed to creating holistic experiences and reinvigorating stays for business and leisure travellers alike.
Shanghai Disney Resort
As the first Disney theme park in mainland China, Shanghai, Disney Resort is the largest Sino-foreign co-operation project in the modern services industry. This new Shanghai landmark skilfully infuses Chinese appeal into the well-loved Disney style.
Lujiazui (Around 10km from the hotel)
Lujiazui is located on the banks of the Huangpu River in Pudong New Area of Shanghai, facing the Bund across the river. It is one of the influential financial centers in China. Lujiazui is a collection of many national tourist attractions, such as the Oriental Pearl TV Tower, Shanghai Tower, Shanghai World Financial Center, Shanghai Jinmao Tower and other scenic spots. It has become a must-visit place for many tourists. The Shanghai Ocean Aquarium also offers more options for quality family time.
Shanghai Songcheng (Around 4km from the hotel)
Opened in April 2021 at the Expo Site on the banks of the Huangpu River, Shanghai Songcheng is a new performance park with unmatched river views and in close proximity to the Expo Park. With over 20 theatres and performance venues, it boasts endless beautiful scenes along its 3-kilometre touring route. It also offers many outdoor interactive performances, transforming into an open art district and an integrated platform for performances and exhibitions.
China Art Museum (China Pavilion) (Around 4km from the hotel)
Repurposed from the China Pavilion of the 2010 Shanghai Expo, China Art Museum opened its doors on 1 October 2012 and covers an area of 166,800 square metres, offering nearly 70,000 square metres of exhibition space across 35 halls. The main building is located at 205 Shangnan Road, Pudong New District, which conveniently adjoins metro lines 7 and 8. China Art Museum is a contemporary art museum that caters to both public welfare and academic needs by collecting, preserving, studying, and exhibiting artworks, as well as hosting educational and cultural exchange events.
Sanlin Pond Ancient Street (Around 4km from the hotel)
Sanlin Pond Ancient Street, or simply Sanlin Ancient Street, is located in Sanlin Town in Pudong. Also referred to as Junxi, it is developed into three villages (groves). Today, Sanlin Ancient Street is still made up of east, middle, and west villages. You will discover fascinating scenes at every step as you traverse this interesting, 500-metre-long street. It is also the closest ancient town to downtown Shanghai and can be easily reached by bus or metro.
Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Cultural Center (Around 4km from the hotel)
Shanghai Mercedes-Benz Cultural Center was formerly known as the Expo Performing Arts Centre. During the 2010 World Expo, it hosted thousands of performances by artists from around the world. Since the Expo, it has continued to be a hub for world-class performances and recreational events in Shanghai.
West Bund Art Hub (Around 5km from the hotel)
Located on the riverside of Xuhui Riverside Avenue, West Bund Art Hub is an emerging landmark for art in Shanghai. Although it is less than 10 years old, it has gathered a portfolio of well-known brands in the field of arts and culture, including Shanghai Dream Centre, Long Museum, Yuz Museum, Shanghai Centre of Photography Art and ShanghART Gallery.
Sanlin Riverside (Around 4.5km from the hotel)
Opportunities for outdoor sports and recreation abound in the many parks along the river at Qiantan, including Youcheng Park, Riverside Leisure Park, and Qiantan Sports Park. Qiantan’s back garden, Sanlin Valley, which is currently under construction, will join these parks together to form an extensive green link along Sanlin Riverside, creating a natural oxygen bar in the heart of the Qiantan.
Yu Garden (Around 8km from the hotel)
Housed within its 20,000 sqm, Yu Garden holds spectacular attraction. These includes pavilions, rockeries, cloisters, halls and the largest rockery in the southern region of the Yangtze River.
At more than 400 years old, Yu Garden is a truly majestic site of nature that should be part of any visit to Shanghai.
Next to Yu Garden is one of Shanghai’s unique bazaars, where visitors can enjoy local delicacies while shopping for souvenirs. Nearby is Yuyuan Old Street, known as the centre of trade in pre-modern China, as well as the ancient Cheng Huang Temple.
Taikoo Li Qiantan (Around 0.5km from the hotel)
Situated in the New Bund International Business District, the 120,000-square-metre Taikoo Li Qiantan neighbours Shangri-La Qiantan, Shanghai. With its crisscrossing lanes, central park and buildings divided into north and south zones, Taikoo Li features over 200 retail outlets for high-end shopping, dining and drinking, recreation and culture and art experiences, along with experiential spaces focusing on wellness.
More to experience
Shanghai has something for everyone who craves retail therapy. From elegant boutique shops to major shopping malls, from quaint streetside stalls to emporiums that bring together international brands, enjoy a truly rewarding experience when you visit this mecca for shopping.
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