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A SOPHISTICATED DOWNTOWN SHANGHAI HOTEL THAT OFFERS LUXURY AND CULTURE AT EVERY TURN
The Portman Ritz-Carlton, Shanghai is a luxury hotel in the upscale Nanjing Road shopping, dining and entertainment complex. Interlacing local cultural touches with a contemporary design, this award-winning property offers spacious accommodations in the heart of the downtown city center, along with unparalleled service, elegant event space and a thoughtful collection of luxury amenities, including:
- 593 well-appointed guest rooms and suites
- Acclaimed restaurants and lounges, serving international cuisine and signature libations
- An exclusive fitness center featuring personal training, swimming pool and squash court
- Convenient access to world-class shopping, cultural attractions and entertainment
- Complimentary wired and wireless internet in guest rooms
- Complimentary wireless internet in restaurants, health club, spa, swimming pool, and banquet rooms
Please select one of the links below to learn more about our spectacular array of amenities and services.
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