|Description||Location. Originally constructed by a British merchant in 1934, the Broadway Mansions Hotel (Bund) stands is located just one block from The Bund and two blocks from the shops and restaurants that line Nanjing Road. This venerable property is located in the center of Shanghai, China's historic district. |
Hotel Features. The 19th Floor Restaurant serves classic Huaiyang dishes and boasts views of The Bund and Suzhou Creek. UBC Coffee, located in the marble clad lobby, serves Western and Asian cuisine 24 hours a day, while Sight view Hall prepares western buffet breakfasts and Huaiyang cuisine. Practical hotel amenities include a business center, computers with high speed Internet access, postal/parcel services and flexible conference facilities. A VIP room can be reserved for business or celebratory occasions. This hotel offers shuttle service to Pudong International Airport. Recreation options include use of a fitness center that houses a sauna and steam room.
Guestrooms. The 19 story Broadway Mansions Hotel features 260 air conditioned guestrooms and suites, many with Shanghai and river views. Warm color schemes provide the backdrop for sitting areas with upholstered chairs, desks and minibars. High speed Internet access, complimentary bottled water and satellite television are available in all accommodations. Every room also includes marble bathrooms with bathrobes, slippers and makeup mirrors. Select suites provide living and formal dining areas. The Executive Room features high tea, breakfast vouchers, a Chinese gift and welcome fruit bowl.
Expert Tip. This hotel has hosted political dignitaries from around the world, and was a favorite lodging of the first Premier of the People's Republic of China, Mr. Zhou en lai.
Complimentary Beverages Offer:
Book a room for travel through February 29, 2008 and receive complimentary executive lounge access for "Happy Hour" from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. daily and complimentary two sodas from the British Bar daily.
Effective June 11, 2007, the hotel is undergoing renovations. There is no estimated date of completion available.