What does booking a Shanghai hotel offer me as a business traveller?

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As the largest city in China and with the world’s busiest port, Shanghai is a natural meeting point for international business. The Pudong and Huangpu districts are among the city’s important commercial hubs. The French Concession area also caters to the upmarket business interests of Shanghai. Finance, energy, and real estate are among the city’s major industries, alongside its enormous export business. Booking a hotel in Shanghai puts you right at the heart of this buzzing economic powerhouse.

What characterises this great city?

Old Shanghai, set on the banks of the Huangpu River, was once the core of the city’s banking and export establishments. Today, business is conducted in a number of districts nestled among ultra-modern towers. This ‘Pearl of the Orient’ is easily China’s busiest destination for business travellers. Being designated as the nation’s first free trade zone has added to the already numerous global business activities conducted in Shanghai. On their downtime, travellers can enjoy viewing the city by boat tour, or visiting the beautiful Jinshan City Beach. Shopping options are also excellent, with the French Concession described as the ‘Paris of the East’. The large, luxurious malls here offer a wide selection of electronics and designer clothing, and art dealerships also dominate.

Where is business conducted near my hotel in Shanghai?

Huangpu is the traditional core of the city and houses many of its important administrative and cultural buildings. In Pudong, the Shanghai Stock Exchange and Lujiazui Finance and Trade Zone are among the major financial institutions. This is also a great spot for museums and shopping. Shanghai hosts many important trade shows, including International CES Asia, the East China Import & Export Commodity Fair, and Expo Build China.

What else can I enjoy on my downtime while staying in a hotel in Shanghai?

Often dubbed the ‘Sleepless City’, Shanghai caters to its busy professional crowd, with a an impressive variety of unique entertainment offerings. In Pudong, you'll find Cloud 9, a luxurious hotel bar with panoramic views of the city from the 87th floor. Jean Georges and Meilongzhen are highly regarded dining establishments, offering business dinners in grand settings. Cultural activities include visiting one of the many tea houses or Donglin Temple, where you can see the world’s tallest indoor statue. Enjoy your business trip in an hotel in Shanghai!