Hyatt Regency rises in a suburban Shanghai district

Hyatt’s most-recent opening in China is the Hyatt Regency Shanghai Jiading.

Designed by world-renowned architect Tadao Ando, the 304-key hotel sits in Jiading New City, a suburban district of Shanghai.

Guestrooms are located from floors 27 to 40, and include 23 suites, four executive suites, and a presidential suite. Each room offers panoramic lake or city views and comes equipped with free Wi-Fi, a 55-inch multi-channel LED TV, and Bluetooth sound system.

Facilities include a heated indoor pool and 24-hour gym, and four F&B options whose interiors were designed by award-winning Japanese interior design firm, Super Potato. The four options include Xiang Yue Chinese restaurant on the 43rd floor – which also boasts seven VIP private dining rooms; Market Cafe; The Lounge; or the Pastry Shop.

For events and functions, the hotel has around 3,500m2 of flexible space comprising The Regency Ballroom with 6.7m-high ceiling, outdoor terrace, and eight meeting rooms.

The hotel stands adjacent to the Shanghai Poly Grand Theater, Yuanxiang Lake and Jiading Library, and also offers convenient access to the F1 Shanghai International Circuit, Anting International Automobile City and Jiading Industry Zone.

Guests will also be able to explore 800 years of local culture at nearby Nanxiang Old Town and Anting Old Street. Meanwhile, the National Exhibition and Convention Center, Hongqiao International Airport and Hongqiao Railway Station are only a short drive away.

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