Area Attractions

Park Hyatt Shanghai is located in the heart of Lujiazui financial district, the business centre of Shanghai, even China. This bustling city of Shanghai offers arrays of activities as well as hotel facilities for our guests to explore and experience, from the cultural museums to the dynamic nightlife, from the nostalgic to the futuristic Pudong.

But when guests ready to get away from all the activities and excitement, return to the lavish amenities of the exquisite hotel for some well-deserved relaxation - Indulge in a calming Shanghai spa treatment at Water’s Edge, try out the state-of-the-art equipment at the complimentary Health Club, exercise with the master at the Tai Chi courtyard, or simply enjoy some quiet time in your own room.

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Park Hyatt Shanghai

100 Century Avenue, Pudong
Shanghai, China, 200120

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Local Culture


Destinations in Nature

The Bund

The Bund features Western architecture; it is the former home of French and international settlements.

Suzhou Creek

Surrounding Suzhou Creek, you'll find modern and classic Chinese art galleries set in warehouses.

Huangpu River Cruise

Huangpu is the city’s shipping artery and its wharves are the most fascinating in China. Guests can experience a one-hour cruise if they don’t have time for a full cruise to the mouth of the Yangtze River.

Sports and Entertainment

Taikang Road

Originally designated an “art street,” Taikang Road has turned into a quaint little strip with some unique boutiques, interesting shops, outdoor bars, and cafés.

Tomson Shanghai Pudong Golf Club

The golf club covers 1.4 million square meters of land, including 7,200 yards of fairways. It held the BMW Asian Open in 2004.

Day Trips

Suzhou

Suzhou, located west of Shanghai, is an ancient city with 2,500 years of history. It has beautiful natural scenery, with Taihu Lake and gardens. The city is also known as “the Oriental Venice.” It is one hour away from Shanghai by car.