Banyan Tree Shanghai On The Bund opens its doors to guests

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Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts

Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts

Following major successes in opening some of the best known urban properties in Bangkok, Macau and Seoul, Banyan Tree Hotels and Resorts have followed it up with their first urban property in mainland China. Shanghai’s ultra modern setting is the location where Banyan Tree Shanghai On The Bund has opened its doors for its patrons. Overlooking the Huangpu River all its 130 rooms has a clear view of the river, a first for any property in Shanghai.

Banyan Tree Shanghai On The Bund is a delight for travelers looking to soak in the urban spectacle that is Shanghai. It features amazing attention to detail, mixed with a standard in hospitality that the group is renowned for, providing comfort and luxury that is unmatched. Also being located only a stone throw distance from the major attractions of the city, shoppers, businessmen and leisure travelers have everything that they need at hand.

Guests staying at the hotel can take advantage of a number of facilities including its award winning spa, a plethora of dining venues and ample space for conducting business meetings. The Banyan Tree Shanghai On The Bund is thus the perfect place for doing business and then unwind at the end of the day.

A fine legacy in hospitality

A fine legacy in hospitality

There are several types of rooms to choose from at the Banyan Tree. The Oasis Room with Romantic Pool is the signature one at the Banyan Tree, having its own dipping pool. If you’re interested in having your very own swimming pool then the Banyan Suite should be your choice. Incidentally a private swimming pool in a resort room is a first among all Shanghai properties.

Each room has large windows that open to a grand view of the Bund thoroughfare and the Huangpu River at a distance. The group is known for its meticulous attention to customer satisfaction. Each room is treated to a new refreshing fragrance every day. Guests can choose between six different types of pillows for the ultimate in comfort. For expediting petty errands such as polishing the shoes or getting the laundry done there is an expediency box provided just for that purpose outside each room.

The Banyan Tree offers its guests a choice of four different venues for dining. The Oceans serve western seafood. The Ming Yuan offers exquisite Cantonese cuisines with a beautiful garden view to enjoy while dining. The Tai Hei is a Japanese Sashimi and Sushi counter that offers guests an authentic taste of Japanese food. If you prefer a more panoramic view while enjoying a cocktail and the breathtaking sunset, then the alfresco roof top bar Stars should be your destination.

Passionate indulgences, courtesy the Banyan Tree

Passionate indulgences, courtesy the Banyan Tree

The Banyan Tree offers a bouquet of rejuvenation packages for its guests. From an award winning spa that occupies three floors of the resort and offers 11 exquisite types of treatments, to a dedicated nail salon, a Banyan Hot Stones treatment and a classic Chinese treatment based on the concept of Yin and Yang; the Banyan wellness treatment centers are a treat in itself for rejuvenation seekers.

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