The super-luxurious Park Hyatt Shanghai (Shanghai Baiyue Jiudian) is situated between the 79th and 93rd floors of the Shanghai World Financial Center, one of China's tallest skyscrapers. When it opened in 2008 the Park Hyatt took the crown for highest hotel in the world from its sister hotel next door in the Jin Mao Tower, the Shanghai Grand Hyatt. Guests enjoying the lavish comfort of their rooms can also take in unparalleled bird's eye views only visible from its lofty heights.
High above the streets of Lujiazui, the financial district at the apex of Chinese modernity, the Park Hyatt puts guests within easy reach of top dining, shopping and business addresses, not to mention some of Shanghai's best tourist attractions.
With just 174 rooms and suites on offer, guests experience a true boutique hotel atmosphere while the Hyatt's world-class service team tends to every detail. Luxury is the all-pervasive theme. King suites (130 sq m) come with heated floors, espresso machines and over-sized window-side tubs, but even standard rooms come with floor-to-ceiling windows, flatscreen TVs and wireless Internet access.
Guests at this Shanghai hotel can enjoy incredible culinary experiences on the 91st floor 100 Century Avenue Restaurant, featuring an open kitchen equipped with wood-fired ovens.
For recreation, guests can also enjoy a swim in the indoor pool, get a relaxing massage at the luxury spa or use the fitness facilities.