Louvre Hotels Group and its shareholder Jin Jiang International vigorously pursue their development in Asia. After the opening of its flagship Golden Tulip Shanghai Rainbow, the brand Golden Tulip reveals its new hotel, ideally situated in the famous Bund’s district. Based in the heart of Shanghai, the Golden Tulip Bund New Asia hotel proudly wears the brand’s new positioning «PLAYTIME. ANYTIME». It will be operated under jin Jiang Louvre Asia Management contract.
Built in 1934, it was one of the largest hotel in the «Far East» and has been a landmark of downtown Shanghai for the past 80 years. The Hotel was the first European style skyscraper built in Shanghai that was developed and managed by a Chinese corporation.
This 9-story heritage architecture features 266 trendy rooms which offer a lot of services and new connected functionalities to meet everyone’s needs.
Upon entering the hotel, clients will instantly catch the attention of the brand marker – the yellow tandem and premium signature service “Body Care Bar” that brings playful experience at check-in to guests who can select a free set of preferred fragrance of SPA amenities.
Not far, the restaurant TASTES also suggests sumptuous buffet breakfast, a-la-carte lunch and dinner for the discerning traveler. The hotel also has a co-working lounge area, a 300-sqm banquet hall for corporate meetings or events, which can be divided into three and a 15-people boardroom. The hotel is a place not just for sleeping but for living.
The hotel’s mission is to re-invent the stay of its customers by offering a unique and fun experience in an idyllic setting, meeting the new expectations of a clientele ever more demanding and willing to travel unseen.
Its location is ideal for both business and leisure travelers, making it easily accessible to various convention centers, sightseeing spots and two airports either by metro or car. It is a short distance to the breathtaking views of the bund, museums, theatres and shopping centers.
This prestigious hotel which was once famous for its Cantonese breakfast is still renowned today for its famous Xin Ya buns on offer every day and a must visit for every tourist traveling to Shanghai.