The Puli – An oasis within the metropolis.
Standing at an impressive 26-storey height in the heart of China’s busiest metropolis, The Puli Hotel manages to whisk you away from the chaos of downtown Shanghai into a subdued sanctuary of sophistication. With a view of the Jing’An Park and the stunning Shanghai skyline, the Puli stands tall as the city’s first luxury urban resort, with its metal-fret wall grills and shiny black lobby floors creating a modern-Forbidden City impression.
The tranquil setting of the Anantara spa, the slick fusion cuisine at the Jing’An restaurant and the elegant Long Bar, will leave you wrapped in luxury and submersed in style. Matching the hotel’s top-notch facilities is the handcrafted hospitality which will leave you contented in the very heart of one of China’s biggest cities.
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The Puli Hotel and Spa Information
- Location & Getting There
Standing at an impressive 26-storey height in the heart of China’s busiest metropolis, The Puli Hotel is a 45-minute drive from the Shanghai Pudong Airport.
The hotel comprises 193 rooms and 36 suites, each containing every modern amenity to maintain the standard of luxury and comfort. Deluxe Rooms, Grand Rooms and Grand Studios have a sliding ceiling-to-floor silk partition screen between the bedroom and bathroom to create a more private setting; Junior Suites offers a separate lounge for absolute privacy and relaxation; Deluxe Suites boast stunning views of JingAn Park from the spacious lounge area and long daybed sofa; Grand Suites are split into a master bedroom and sitting/entertainment area; the JingAn Suite features two master bedrooms, a separate living room and a large dining table, with access to The Club benefits such as 24-hour butler service and complimentary cocktails.
- Fitness centre
- Indoor spa & sauna
- Indoor infinity pool
- Dining: 1 restaurant, 1 lounge, 1 bar
Plenty of local attractions lie in the area, such as JingAn Temple, Xin Tian Di, Tian Zi Fang, Shanghai Grand Theatre, the Maglev High-speed train, Dongtai Road Antique Market, Duolun Cultural Street and Jinmao Tower. Shanghai is also known as a shopping paradise and is studded with restaurants, including age-old eateries, along with several must-see sightseeing attractions like the ancient town of Kunshan city, Grand View Garden and West Lake.
Children are welcome but there are no specific facilities available.