St. Regis Hotels & Resorts has announced the highly-anticipated opening of The St. Regis Shanghai Jingan, marking the renowned luxury brand’s ninth hotel in the Greater China region.
Owned by B.M. Holding, the hotel offers a timeless blend of innovation and tradition, including the signature St. Regis Butler Service, unique culinary venues, and elegant design.
“China has seen an incredible increase in tourism, particularly among luxury travelers, and we are excited to meet this demand by bringing the St. Regis brand to Shanghai,” says Stephen Ho, Chief Executive Officer, Greater China, Marriott International.
“The hotel’s elegant interiors create an oasis of calm by combining traditional English and Chinese palatial styles with elements of Chinese art and culture, such as calligraphy and handcrafted gold foil paintings”
“The opening of The St. Regis Shanghai Jingan also represents a broader commitment from Marriott International to bring the outstanding service and refined accommodations these luxury travelers are seeking to areas throughout the Greater China region.”
The hotel’s elegant interiors create an oasis of calm by combining traditional English and Chinese palatial styles with elements of Chinese art and culture, such as calligraphy and handcrafted gold foil paintings.
For added visual interest, five glass sculptures by world renowned glass sculptor Dale Chihuly will be featured in the hotel’s public space.
The St. Regis Shanghai Jingan’s 436 exquisitely styled guest rooms, including 66 suites, and 55 residences boast sweeping city views, allowing guests to experience Shanghai’s energy from the comfort of their own space.
The three-bedroom, three-story Presidential Suite spans 650 square meters and is located on the top of the building, featuring a glass ceiling, vast living room, outdoor terraces with panoramic skyline views, full kitchen, dining room, and lounge area.
Through six distinct restaurants and bars, The St. Regis Shanghai Jingan offers guests a unique combination of signature St. Regis offerings and local flavors. Set in a modern Japanese stone garden, Seki-tei features a live cooking teppanyaki station; while St. Regis master chefs at Bespoke will curate seasonal chef’s tasting menus and also offer customized menus according to guests’ personal tastes and preferences.
Guests can also indulge in refined Cantonese cuisine at specialty Chinese restaurant Yan Ting or stop by Social to enjoy brunch, an extensive buffet, and live cooking stations. The Drawing Room features the signature St. Regis afternoon tea every day, and The St. Regis Bar, which in addition to fine wines, rare spirits, champagnes, and handcrafted cocktails, will offer the renowned St. Regis Bloody Mary
Guests can escape from the city rush by relaxing at the St. Regis brand’s signature Iridium Spa, which features a range of specialty massages and treatments, or take advantage of the indoor swimming pool and 24-hour fitness centre.