Area Attractions

The Xintiandi area retains its antique walls, tiles and façade of the traditional Shikumen houses of old Shanghai, while the interiors showcase the most prestigious modern brands, fashion boutiques, restaurants and bars, a landmark destination that holds together the historical and cultural identities of the city. The hotel is a short walk to the Metro, with lines that will take you through the vibrant metropolis that is Shanghai. The prestigious Huai Hai Road, one of Shanghai’s premier shopping areas, is only steps away. 

Andaz Xintiandi, Shanghai

88 Songshan Road
Shanghai, China, 200021



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World Architecture at the Bund

3.5 km
The Bund is a symbol of Shanghai. Lining the Huangpu River, it once housed numerous banks and trading houses—a total of 52 buildings of various architectural styles such as Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque, Neo-Classical, Beaux-Arts and Art Deco—from the United Kingdom, France, the United States, Italy, and Russia. The buildings are harmonious in colour and style and when night falls are glistening and dazzling to the eye.

Huangpu River Cruise

13 km
The river cruise is an important traditional tourist item in Shanghai. The Huangpu River is the mother river that represents Shanghai and presents visitors with the cream of the city’s scenic sights on its banks. Starting from the Bund, the boat takes you upstream to the Nanpu bridge and all the way to Wusong Mouth, where the river meets the Yangtzi and then turns back.

Yuyuan Garden

3.1 km
A famous classical garden in South China, it was once named as the “top beauty in southeast China”. First built during the Ming Dynasty, 400 years ago, by a Sichuan minister of finance named Pan Yunduan, it has been several times renovated by the government since the Liberation and is now one of the key relic sites in the country under state protection.

People's Square

1.7 KM
People's Square is a large public square just off of Nanjing Road in the Huangpu District of Shanghai. It is the site of Shanghai's municipal government building, and is used as the standard reference point for measurement of distance in the Shanghai municipality. Prior to 1949, People's Square was a part of the horseracing course of Shanghai. After gambling and horseracing were banned, a part of the race course became the People's Square. In the 1990s, major changes were made to the square. The Shanghai Municipal Government was moved from the former HSBC Building. More recent additions include the Shanghai Grand Theatre and the Shanghai Urban Planning Exhibition Hall.


Din Tai Fung

280 M
Originally founded in Taiwan in 1958, Din Tai Fung has soon become the synonym of Xiao Long Bao. Now opening in Australia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, and the United States, the restaurant continues to serve the most authentic Shanghai delicacies.