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Why Stay At Hotel Pravo
Across the Huangpu River from the mega towers of Pudong, Shanghai Hotel Pravo offers a haven of whispered wellbeing in the up-and-coming North Bund district.
Art buffs will find plenty to ogle at the 86-room Hotel Pravo, where a dream team of designers and architects helped to create the Shanghai hotspot. Architect Tong Yi Qing embellished the hotel's 15-story Art Deco exterior with an eye-catching gilded sunburst motif. In the lobby, the serene vibe comes courtesy of artist Xia Xiao Wan's floor-to-ceiling, floral-inspired installations. The restaurant scene is courtesy of yet another artist, Guo Fang Jiang, whose contemporary landscapes set the scene in the onsite Yu Yuan restaurant, where guests dine on traditional Northern Chinese fare; at Mare, the fresh seafood has a Provençal flair. Corner Superior suites afford picture-perfect views of the Bund, while Deluxe rooms provide an unexpected place to settle in for the night: a soaking tub located in the center of the room.
Savor chef Bao Chun Jiang's authentic Shanghai and Taiwanese specialties at Yu Yuan. The standout is a pan-fried codfish with black bean sauce.
"One Button Service" is the hotel's 24/7 butler motto; a staffer will arrange for anything from an in-room massage to a night at the opera.
Arrive at Shanghai Pudong International Airport (SHA) which is approximately 30 mies from the hotel. Anticipate between 40 and 60 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.299 Wusong Lu, Shanghai, Hongkou District, China
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Outdoor Pool
- 24-hour Butler Service
- Fitness Center
- Business Center
- Flat-screen TVs
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Bar + Lounge
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Why We Love Shanghai
Welcome to a city in flux: Despite the continued vertical expansion, in Shanghai, a deep reverence for history remains. See it first-hand as locals practice tai chi in the shade of towering skyscrapers, or in the 1920's Art Deco buildings that now house cutting-edge restaurants and haute-couture shops along wide, French-inspired boulevards.
23 Yuanlin Rd., Suzhou.
Admission from $5 per person.
Outdoor Excursion: Explore the Huangpu River on an hour-long boat tour that takes you within sight of the Yangpu Bridge, one of the world's longest. Lengthier excursions include a three-hour trip to the point where the river meets the East China Sea.
Shanghai Huangpu River Cruise Company.
Trip for two from $32.
Where to Eat: M on the Bund overlooks the city's architecturally rich historic section and serves global cuisine made with locally sourced ingredients. On the menu: suckling pig and bisteeya, a Moroccan-style pigeon pie.
20 Guangdong Rd.
Dinner for two $65.
Where to Drink: In Shanghai, tea is more than just a beverage—it's a way of life. In the middle of a koi-filled lake near Yuyuan Garden, Huxinting is one of the city's most beloved teahouses, sourcing leaves from dozens of China's tea-growing regions. On Monday afternoons, string and woodwind musicians play traditional Chinese music as you sip.
257 Yuyuan Rd.
Drinks for two $20.
Why Go Now
June 11 - 15, 2012
The 18th Shanghai TV Festival
The Shanghai TV Festival, which began in 1986, is one of a handful of festivals in the world combining awards, program market and forums into one platform.
June 16-24, 2012
The 15th Shanghai International Film Festival
Every June, the Shanghai International Film Festival is a must-see event and has established its reputation for its influence to present a multicultural film fair.
September 30 - October 6, 2012
13th Shanghai International Music Fireworks Festival
Shanghai Century Park.