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The Peninsula Shanghai

Opened on the historic riverfront Bund in 2009, The Peninsula Shanghai is The Hongkong and Shanghai Hotels flagship hotel in the Mainland China and the only new building on the historic bund in the past 70 years. The hotel features 235 rooms and suites, five restaurants and bars, a Spa, an indoor swimming pool and fitness centre, as well as a Peninsula Arcade showcasing over 25 high end brands.

The only luxury hotel in Shanghai with a customised car fleet, The Peninsula Shanghai owns four bespoke Extended Wheelbase Rolls-Royce Phantoms, six BMW Peninsula Editions, two MINI Cooper S Clubman, and a magnificent and immaculately restored 1934 Rolls-Royce Phantom II, all finished in signature Peninsula Green. Airport greeting service at the aerobridge can be provided upon request.

Having received accolades from an array of international bodies and publications, The Peninsula Shanghai is just honored with named the Best Hotel in Shanghai 2017 by Travel + Leisure. With stunning facilities, world-class services and two Michelin star-rated restaurants, The Peninsula Shanghai also blends effortlessly the exquisite retro-style interior with contemporary comforts.


Bulgari Hotel Shanghai

The Bulgari Hotel in Shanghai presides in the uppermost 8 floors of a 40-story building located in the extraordinary riverside complex of the historic Jing’an district. The hotel will juxtapose ancient and modern architectural themes in a fascinating reflection of the prestigious Suhe Creek surroundings, called 'Gold Strand of Shanghai', home to a flourishing art scene.

The Bulgari Hotel Shanghai, with its 82 rooms and suites - including one extraordinary Bulgari suite of 400 sq m, offers some of the largest hotel rooms in Shanghai. Featuring some of the most extensive facilities in the city, the hotel will also include a 2’000 sq m BVLGARI SPA and fitness centre, and state-of-the-art meeting facilities. As well, the rooftop Italian restaurant and bar is destined to become one of the most fashionable venues in Shanghai.

Adjoining the hotel tower is the historic Shanghai Chamber of Commerce, originally built in 1916, now completely restored to evoke memories of its glorious past. At the centrepiece of this magnificent heritage building is a 480 sq m BVLGARI Ballroom with triple-height ceilings and a sophisticated Chinese fine-dining restaurant.


Mandarin Oriental Pudong

Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai is a five-star luxury hotel spectacularly located on the banks of the Huangpu River. In the heart of Pudong’s central financial district, it offers the perfect combination of style, comfort and world-class service.

Surrounded by the gleaming skyscrapers of Lujiazui, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai exudes five-star luxury. Discover Shanghai from the comfort of the city's most exciting hotel. Enjoying a fantastic central location, excellent facilities and superb service, Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai offers the ultimate blend of luxury and style.

As sophisticated as they are spacious, its 318 rooms and 44 stunning suites offer a sublime blend of comfort and contemporary design with Sweeping views over the Huangpu River.

Offering a range of holistic wellness experiences and therapies, The Spa at Mandarin Oriental Pudong, Shanghai promises a truly exceptional spa experience. With décor inspired by the idea of change and transformation, the spa features pale oak wood floors, sandy coloured marble and butterfly motifs throughout.


Ritz Carlton Chengdu

Overlooking Tianfu Square, The Ritz-Carlton, Chengdu offers a luxury experience unparalleled among Chengdu hotels. It is the perfect place to experience Chengdu and its surroundings.

As one of the first luxury hotels in the capital of the Sichuan province, The Ritz-Carlton, Chengdu offers guests the perfect place to create lasting memories as they discover all this historic city has to offer. The draw of the Giant Panda sanctuaries is undeniable, but this center of culture and commerce will delight with its traditional tea houses, vibrant markets and exceptional culinary choices, including its own Li Xuan restaurant.

The Ritz-Carlton, Chengdu is unmatched in elegance, offering exceptional service, rooftop dining, a pool that plays underwater music, and innovative green tea spa treatments.


The Temple House

A distinctively different luxury hotel in Chengdu, The Temple House is a beautiful blend of traditional and modern design.

Built more than a hundred years ago during the Qing dynasty, Bitieshi follows the classic layout of a siheyuan or Chinese quadrangle used for a host of residences from modest family homes to imperial palaces. Bitieshi comprises a courtyard surrounded by four buildings, now sensitively restored by artisans. Its traditional brickwork, wood carvings, timber ceilings and floors, step stones, overhanging roofs and flying eaves have been preserved and enhanced.

An enthralling and vibrant hotel in Chengdu, The Temple House celebrates a city with a rich and fabled past and extremely exciting future. From first steps through a historic courtyard building, to the elegant modern design of its hotel rooms and residences centred around gentle hills concealing a subterranean world, The Temple House is an engaging journey.


The Peninsula Beijing

The Peninsula Beijing delivers the most spacious all-suite guest accommodation in the heart of China’s dynamic capital. The restyled hotel combines timeless Chinese artistry and craftsmanship with cutting-edge technology and superlative service to set spectacular new standards in design, luxury and comfort.

Located in the heart of the capital in a premier location for both business and leisure, The Peninsula Beijing offers guests an exceptional experience which embraces 5-star Peninsula service, fine dining, unique cultural programmes and other Peninsula signatures such as the renowned Afternoon tea, luxurious Rolls-Royce transportation and exquisite treatments at the Peninsula Spa.

In a luxurious and central location, The Peninsula Beijing subtly blends Oriental and Western elements, giving guests the best of both worlds as they enjoy dining, spa and shopping experiences throughout their stay. The hotel is conveniently located just minutes away from historical monuments such as Tiananmen Square, The Forbidden City and The National Theatre.


The Opposite House

The Opposite House is a striking hotel that puts you in the heart of Beijing life. Designed by Japanese architect, Kengo Kuma, the 99-room hotel mixes dramatic contemporary style with Chinese traditional designs and abundant space. An extraordinary mix of old and new, the design and styling of The Opposite House is unlike anything you will have seen. The Opposite House greets you with its striking emerald glass exterior. This colour, chosen by this eminent Japanese architect, conveys serenity and calmness. Its stunning contemporary design is inspired by traditional Chinese wood lattice and reflects the vibrant street life surrounding the hotel.

Situated in the heart of Beijing at Taikoo Li Sanlitun, The Opposite House takes its name from the guesthouse, which sits on the opposite side of a traditional courtyard style home. Its contemporary design conveys serenity and quietude. Breathtaking from the outside and equally stunning within, The Opposite House is a journey of privacy and comfort.

Its four modern, lively restaurants and bars are essential destinations in Taikoo Li Sanlitun Beijing.


Mandarin Oriental Sanya

Combining contemporary design with laid-back beach chic, Mandarin Oriental, Sanya is an idyllic five-star hotel on Hainan Island. With a tropical setting, acclaimed dining and a wonderful spa, it offers five-star luxury infused with effortless style. With its range of spa and leisure facilities, the focus here tends towards the ocean, where guests can also explore the surrounding coral reef from the resort's jetty.

An exclusive five-star retreat on Hainan Island, Mandarin Oriental, Sanya enjoys a balmy year-round climate, stunning facilities and a breathtaking location on a private bay. From every room, suite, pavilion, and villa at Mandarin Oriental, Sanya, you'll be treated to views of the sparkling South China Sea, lush landscaped gardens and a pristine protected coral beach. Each offers the luxurious and spacious interiors, that combine contemporary designer flair with artistic touches inspired by Sanya's ethnic culture, and amenities you could ask for.

All of the restaurants and bars have beautiful Coral Bay and South China Sea views as well as al fresco dining options. The range of restaurants and bars include five-star dining by the beach, elegant Cantonese cuisine, a pool bar and blues bar.



Inspired by the sea, The Sanya EDITION is an exceptional new destination on Hainan Island, just off the coast of Southern China. Water, a source of vitality and serenity, defines the lush 50-acre EDITION property, which features a spectacular private ocean along with two pools.

All of the 500 guestrooms in the horseshoe-shaped hotel have ocean views. In addition, 17 hotel villas are nestled into a terraced hillside with ocean views, private pools, and pavilion spaces.

Throughout the property, specialty restaurants create more intimate gathering places including an exotic, ocean level dining space, a signature restaurant, a gourmet market, an outdoor BBQ restaurant and a sky bar which offer an array of dining and entertaining choices throughout the day.


The Peninsula

Hong Kong

Consistently ranked as one of the top hotels in the world, The Peninsula Hong Kong is proudly voted as the “Best Hotel, Hong Kong” by readers of the influential travel and lifestyle glossy Travel + Leisure for the 2017 “World’s Best Awards”. Created in 1928, and Hong Kong's oldest hotel, the legendary "Grande Dame of the Far East" continues to set hotel standards worldwide, offering a blend of the best Eastern and Western hospitality in an atmosphere of unmatched classical grandeur and timeless elegance. A stay at the hotel allows you to re-live the glamour of travel of a by-gone era and explore the many antiques and historical artifacts on display around the hotel.

The Peninsula Hong Kong boasts 14 bespoke Extended Wheelbase Rolls-Royce Phantoms, setting a record for the largest single order in December 2006, in a partnership that began with The Peninsula Hong Kong’s first order of seven Silver Shadows in 1970.

Feel right at home as soon as you arrive at the majestic Peninsula Hong Kong with a warm greeting from our Peninsula Pages. Checking in is seamless and pleasant, as you take in the spectacular architecture and décor in the hotel’s famous Lobby.


The Landmark

The Landmark

One of the most exclusive luxury hotels in the world, The Landmark Mandarin Oriental is a masterpiece of contemporary design. The Landmark is a chic boutique retreat in the heart of Hong Kong’s business and fashion districts. Famed for its stunning contemporary design, peaceful ambience and impeccable service, they offer guests a highly exclusive experience that exudes style and serenity.

With 96 elegant rooms and 13 spacious suites, excellent dining and a luxurious spa, The Landmark offers a unique five-star experience. With a striking contemporary décor, their rooms and suites are among the largest in Hong Kong.



Colossal and dizzying in its growth and powerful reach, China is developing at an unprecedented rate and, to the benefit of travelers, it is splendidly diverse in its geographic and cultural make-up. High speed rail ties the country together, making it possible to explore key attractions including the impactful sights of Great Wall, The Forbidden City, Terracotta Warriors, and majestic Yangtze River as well as the serene beauty of the Yellow Mountains, the Beijing Opera, and the prosperous Bund and steel-and-glass skyscraper forest of Shanghai. Yet it’s the sheer scale and energy of the country that travelers say leaves the most lasting impression. It is home to one of the world’s oldest cultures, with dozens of official ethnic groups, and traditions vary greatly between provinces, cities, and towns. It is a place that must be seen to begin to be understood.

A helpful note: Hotel rates are highest during the prime weather months of March until May then late September to early November. You also may prefer to schedule your trip to avoid hectic activity and packed tourist attractions during three main Chinese public holidays: Chinese New Year (usually falling in late January or early February), May holiday (the first week of May) and National Day (the first week of October).