|Description||Location. Jin Jiang Hua Ting Hotel & Towers stands in the commercial center of Xu Jia Hui in Shanghai, China. Metro service is located immediately outside the hotel's entrance, and Shanghai Stadium hosts sporting events one half kilometer from the hotel. |
Hotel Features. This sleek high rise property offers dining at the Garden Court, an open concept kitchen that serves à la carte and buffet style breakfasts, lunches and dinners. Guan Yue Tai prepares authentic Cantonese fare while the lobby bar offers a full beverage and afternoon tea menu. The Flaming Shanghainese Restaurant serves Shanghainese seafood dishes, and the Flamingo Japanese Restaurant is known for sushi and sashimi presentations. A business center offers fax and photocopy services, and multi purpose function rooms, including a grand ballroom, accommodate small or large groups. High speed Internet access is available in public areas of the hotel. The front desk is attended 24 hours a day, where reception staff offers currency exchange assistance and arranges dry cleaning services. A complimentary shuttle service operates between the hotel and Shangahi Hongqiao Airport. Recreational amenities include an indoor pool and a fitness room equipped with cardiovascular and weight training machines. The health club offers therapeutic massage treatments and a soothing sauna.
Guestrooms. This 26 floor hotel offers 773 guestrooms that include minibars and coffeemakers. Cable television is included. The hotel provides complimentary weekday newspaper delivery. Private bathrooms feature separate bathtubs and showers, and makeup mirrors. Rooms reflect modern décor with light toned furnishings, carpeted floors and upholstered armchairs. Accommodations afford views of the city of Shanghai.
Expert Tip. Guests needn't sacrifice the fragrant aroma and taste of fresh bakery while traveling. The Super Bowl Deli bakes a variety of breads, cakes and pastries on the hotel's premises. Guests also receive a taste of Chinese culture as a Chinese orchestra performs in the 26th floor restaurant during dim sum service.