Internationally renowned interior architecture and design firm, Wilson Associates, is pleased to announce the official unveiling of the Hyatt Regency Shanghai Jiading. Crowning the 196-meter landmark tower designed by Japanese architect, Tadao Ando, the iconic new destination sits at the heart of Jiading’s developing central business district. Drawing inspiration from the energy of the locale, the luxury hotel offers guests a hidden respite in the clouds-featuring 304 well-appointed guests rooms, sky-high dining experiences and 3.500 square-metres of elegant public spaces.
The Hyatt Regency Shanghai Jidaing welcomes travelers near and far, offering a luxurious yet attainable hospitality experience. The team carried the traditional cultural theme through the hotel’s design scheme, layering both details and texture to approach the rich heritage of Shanghai through a modern lens.
The arrivals lobby on the first floor is anchored by a stunning three-dimensional projection of a well-known Confucian temple. The installation features images of the temple layered onto glass. Visitors ascend upwards to the 38th floor sky lobby, art reminiscent of the sparks of a fireworks display hangs from the ceiling, bringing joy and fulfillment to locals and guests alike. The sky lobby is designed to provide a space for the celebration of life and culture.
Visitors also can enjoy such as, fully outfitted 24-hour fitness centre- complete with an expansive indoor swimming pool, whirlpool, steam room, and sauna. Each room in this hotel features 360-degree views of the breathtaking town below and the scenery nearby gardens. Next, visitors can enjoy, relax and recharge in a soft and shooting space under a neutral color palette of maple and walnut timber, and another five-star destination can provide.
The hotel gives visitors curated food and beverage complete balance of old and new. Either its international dishes or local cuisine. Guests are invited to taste the freshwater fish and noodle bowl from Xiang Yue Chinese Restaurant’s live cooking station. While drinks can be enjoyed at the sky-high lounge, and you can find dessert at the Patisserie on the first floor. Don’t forget about the ritual morning tea culture of old Shanghai in the Patisserie.