Hyatt Hotels has opened Hyatt Regency Shanghai Jiading hotel in Shanghai’s Jiading District to cater to travellers and local guests.
This is the first Hyatt-branded hotel in northwestern part of Shanghai.
Designed by architect Tadao Ando, Hyatt Regency Shanghai Jiading lies within Jiading’s Central Business District. It is located next to Shanghai Poly Grand Theater, Yuanxiang Lake and Jiading Library.
This location offers access to the F1 Shanghai International Circuit, Anting International Automobile City and Jiading Industry Zone.
Visitors to the hotel can also explore 800 years of local culture at nearby Nanxiang Old Town and Anting Old Street.
The National Exhibition and Convention Center, Hongqiao International Airport and Hongqiao Railway Station are located a short distance away.
Hyatt global operations president for Greater China Stephen Ho said: “We sincerely appreciate the trust and support from our owner, Shanghai Poly Mao Jia Real Estate Development, and are excited to be expanding our brand footprint in northwest Shanghai.
“We look forward to welcoming our local and international guests to Hyatt Regency Shanghai Jiading, created by the world-renowned architect Tadao Ando, and interior designer Super Potato. Here, guests will see international design complement the local Jiading experience.”
The hotel offers 304 contemporary guestrooms from floors 27 to 40. The guestrooms include 23 suites, four executive suites, and a presidential suite.
Each room is claimed to offer lake or city views and free Wi-Fi, a 55” multi-channel LED TV, and bluetooth sound system.
Hyatt Regency Shanghai Jiading provides four dining and lounging spaces with interiors designed by Japanese interior design firm, Super Potato.
Xiang Yue Chinese restaurant is on the 43rd floor, while the Lounge is on the 42nd floor.
The hotel offers 37,673ft2 of multi-functional meeting and event spaces. Its Regency Ballroom has 11,840ft2 of space with 22ft high ceiling.