|Description||Location. The Eton Hotel is located in the Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone in the Pudong district of Shanghai, China. The Jinmao Building rises two kilometers from the hotel. |
Hotel Features. This hotel offers seven dining and bar options that include the lobby level Super Bowl. This chic eatery prepares a variety of Asian and Western dishes, whereas the Eaton Café features an exhibition style kitchen where chefs create Chinese, Asian and international dishes. Jala offers the unexpected by preparing authentic Japanese and South American fare. E Bar features a cigar room, and serves vintage rum, vodkas and cocktails. Yu Ting highlights Cantonese flavors, and specializes in seafood and regional delicacies. The Eaton Hotel houses seven function room styles that accommodate up to 500 guests. The hotel offers a business center, and wireless Internet access is available for a fee. The Eton Fitness Centre & Spa contains a fully equipped gymnasium with a steam room, a spa tub and relaxation areas. An indoor pool and a landscaped garden provide recreation and relaxation. Spa services focus on wellness and include aromatherapy plus a global menu of massage and beauty treatments. Additional property amenities include laundry facilities, a game arcade and 24 hour concierge assistance.
Guestrooms. This 40 story property offers 462 guestrooms with city or Huangpu river views. Rooms feature separate sitting areas, while simple décor reflects brown and white color schemes. Room amenities include high speed Internet access for a fee, and cable television. Additional room amenities include minibars, refrigerators, coffeemakers and complimentary bottled water. Bathrooms contain separate bathtubs and showers, bathrobes, slippers, telephones, televisions and scales. Executive Room guests receive personal check in services, use of the Executive Lounge, complimentary high speed Internet access, breakfast and cocktails.
Expert Tip. The Eton Hotel is constructed with atrium levels between every other floor that serve as additional buffers for privacy.