Like the city it calls home, Longemont Shanghai is an ultra-modern destination, offering luxury, comfort, and sanctuary from the buzz of Shanghai below. Whether you are treating yourself to a foot massage, admiring the impressive view of the skyline from an indoor rooftop sun lounger, or savoring the delightful tastes of Italy in one of China’s busiest cities, this five-star hotel delivers it all in elegant surroundings and with distinguished grace.
- Floor-to-ceiling windows in the 510 guestrooms and suites offer stunning city views
- Swim lap after lap in the extra-long, indoor heated pool, surrounded by glass walls and ceilings
- An impressive 32,000 sq ft event space including two ballrooms, offers flexible solutions
- Workout at the fitness center with treadmills, stair climbers, and wave machines
- Pamper yourself with a reflexology session in the plush Touch Spa
Whether you are looking to host an intimate meeting or organize a large event, Longemont Shanghai will work with you to create a unique solution. The boardroom is perfect if you’re presenting to groups smaller than 20, while the beautifully decorated Jade Ballroom can easily entertain as many as a 1,000 people.
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Each of the 510 guestrooms and suites at Longemont Shanghai are located above the 26th floor, offering stunning views of the city — and made all the more majestic with floor-to-ceiling windows. Rainfall showers, ergonomic office chairs, and a pillow menu are a few of the highlights you can expect, whether you’re staying in a deluxe or premier guestroom, or in one of the suites. Upgrade to grand suite, and enjoy 1,636 sq ft of space, an expansive lounge area, and access to an outdoor patio.
The service at the hotel is indicative of a five-star hotel — thorough, courteous, and efficient. The front desk is open 24-hours a day, and a concierge service can be requested. If you are in town for business and want to captivate clients and colleagues, make use of Longemont Shanghai’s high-tech meeting and event spaces, which feature state-of-the-art sound systems, a technical support team, and the option of catering services. The Dragon Ballroom, which can host up to 800 guests, comes with crystal chandeliers.
Start your day with a generous international breakfast buffet, then choose from upscale Italian, Cantonese, or Japanese cuisine for dinner. For afternoon tea or a nightcap, head to the cozy lobby. The adjoining deli has light snacks and drinks, ideal if you’re looking to pick up something to-go.
O2on2 – This relaxed restaurant serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner buffets, as well as à la carte options. Don’t miss the extravagant spread for Sunday brunch, which includes a seafood bar, pasta station, and meat carvery, as well as a delectable selection of desserts.
Amici – Enjoy traditional Italian cuisine at this contemporary restaurant, accompanied by carefully chosen wines from the hotel’s cellar.
Royal China – Bring business colleagues or traveling companions to this sophisticated restaurant for authentic Cantonese fare.
Tenya Japanese – This restaurant is well-known for serving gourmet Japanese dishes, with an emphasis on sushi and seafood.
Lobby Lounge – Floor-to-ceiling windows look out onto picturesque greenery at this elegant lounge. It’s a relaxing spot to enjoy coffee and high tea during the day, and cocktails and live music at night.
Tongs Deli – Adjacent to the Lobby Lounge, Tongs Deli serves a selection of pastries and sandwiches, as well as coffee and freshly-squeezed fruit juices. A box of handmade chocolates makes the perfect gift to take home to loved ones.
Enjoy a swim in the 30-meter long pool — with skylights set in its roof, the area is flooded with sunlight during the day. Check out the spacious fitness area that includes a rejuvenating sauna and steam room. Head to the calming Touch Spa — with 13,000 sq ft of space, take your pick from a range of treatments and experiences. The dedicated foot massage lounge is one of the highlights.
One of Shanghai’s most famous tourist destinations is the Bund, and it’s only a 15-minute drive from the hotel. Stroll down this grand waterfront promenade and take in colonial-era buildings or explore the area from a different perspective with a cruise along the Huangpu River. Next, head to the city’s futuristic business district, Pudong, home to the world’s second-tallest building, the Shanghai Tower. For a complete change of pace, visit the Old Town for Yu Yuan Gardens, a classical Chinese garden created in the 16th century with picturesque pavilions, fish ponds, and rock gardens.
The hotel is based in Changning, a residential and commercial district on the west side of Shanghai that is popular with expats. Some of Shanghai’s key attractions, such as New Hongqiao Central Park and Shanghai Zoo, are less than a half-an-hour drive away. Cloud Nine mega-mall is also nearby.
Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport is 8 mi / 13 km away.
Pudong International Airport is 31 mi / 50 km.
Jiangsu Metro (Lines 2 and 11) is a short walk from the hotel.