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Why Stay At Mansion Hotel
A taste of Old Shanghai: 30 antiques-filled guestrooms in a handsome, 1930s-era boutique hotel in the French Concession.
Hidden among the skyscrapers of Shanghai, you'll find the Mansion Hotel, a handsome low-lying building in the city's tony French Concession, near chic cafés and boutiques. Interiors harken back to the 1930s, when French architect Lafayette designed the Art Deco landmark for a notorious mob boss. Remington typewriters, antique telephones, and a 1910 Columbia gramophone pepper the lobby. Upstairs, however, the hotel's 30 rooms have modern amenities—marble bathrooms; whirlpool tubs; plush, king-sized beds—that were added during a 2007 top-to-bottom renovation.
An Italian restaurant on the hotel's fifth floor rooftop is a local favorite, thanks to expansive views of the French Concession.
For a quick ride to the bustling area around the Bund, grab a taxi in front of the hotel. The fare should cost around $3.
Arrive at Shanghai Pudong International Airport (PVG), which is approximately 28 miles from the hotel. Anticipate between 45 and 60 minutes of travel time depending on traffic.No. 82 Xinle Road, Shanghai, Xuhui District, China
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Concierge Desk
- Massage Service
- Daily Newspaper
- Translation Services
- Business Services
- Armchairs + Ottomans
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- 42" HD Flat-screen TVs
- Business Desks
- MFD Printers
- Jacuzzi Baths
- Full-body Showers
- Bathrobes + Slippers
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Mini Bars
- Tea+Coffee Kettles
- Complimentary Champagne upon Check-in
- Rooftop Restaurant + Bar
- Rooftop Patio
- Chinese Restaurant
- Private Dining
- In-room Dining
- Afternoon Hors D'oeuvres + Cocktails
- 2 person max occupancy
- Welcome Drink
Why We Love Shanghai
Surprises await at every turn in Shanghai, thanks to a singular mix of high-rise hotels, sleepy French Concession lanes, and chaotic night markets.
18 The Bund.
Dinner for two $117.
Where to Shop: Huaihai Lu is a nearly four-mile road that dates back to 1901. Today, it is home to more than 400 international boutiques.
Where to Drink: Owned by the restaurateurs behind Shanghai's popular Citizen Café, Sichuan is an expat stomping ground where the signature cocktail is the Basil Drop, with basil, citrus, and vodka.
30 Donghu Lu.
Drinks for two $16.
Best Day Trip: Visit the ancient city of Suzhou, about an hour drive northwest of Shanghai, to explore the Grand Canal, which connects Northern China and the Yangtze River Delta.
Why Go Now
May 16-19, 2014
Shanghai International Tea Culture Festival
Tea-themed activities with more than 1500 booths and tastings.
88 Lou Shanguan Road (77 Xingyi Road), Changning District, Shanghai.
September 8, 2014
A family-focused harvest celebration, with mooncake treats and dragon dancing. Various locations.
October 25, 2014 - March 2, 2014
An art exhibition hosting a panel of artists, writers, journalists and curators open to the public.
Shanghai Contemporary Art Museum.