The opening of JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Shanghai Pudong today, marks the first JW Marriott Marquis hotel in China. The 515-room luxury property debuts in Shanghai’s most dynamic commercial neighborhood.
The highly anticipated JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Shanghai Pudong is centrally located and allows for convenient access to the city’s main business centers and visitor attractions; including the Shanghai World Expo Exhibition and Convention Center, the Mercedes-Benz Cultural Arena and Shanghai Oriental Sports Center. Shanghai Disney Resort, Shanghai Hongqiao International Airport, and Shanghai Pudong International Airport are also within easy reach.
Designed by acclaimed architect Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP (SOM), the distinctive 39-story hotel complements the existing surroundings with its contemporary design and embraces the vitality of the Huangpu River. Water elements unify the exterior and interior of the building, bringing a fresh new energy to the district of Pudong. Sustainable exterior glass panels unanimously slant 12-17 degrees to provide guests a broader view of the city’s landscape. A heated indoor infinity pool offers a space to unwind and relax and features luxury amenities, from state-of-the-art Dyson hairdryers in changing rooms to floor-to-ceiling windows on the pool deck offering magnificent views of the Huangpu River. An on-site Spa showcases indulgent treatments that revitalize the body and enrich the mind and spirit.
The property’s 515 guestrooms are elegantly styled with sophisticated design elements, including modern meets classic, sumptuous cream and crisp white colors, as well as accent colors on marble, fabric, wood and glass throughout to recreate the comforts found at home. Each room is equipped with the latest amenities that cater to the needs of both business and leisure travelers, with luxury features including Simmons mattresses, 55-inch Samsung flat screen TVs, surround sound systems and Nespresso coffee machines.
JW Marriott Marquis Hotel Shanghai Pudong serves up a world-class and diverse dining experience. The Merchant Kitchen is a casual, interactive all-day eatery with a number of distinctive zones each with its own personality. Flint, the hotel’s stylishly upscale grill and bar, showcases industrial-chic decor reinterpreting the style of mid-19th century New York. The menu features premium steaks and lobsters, with an extensive selection of wines and signature cocktails. Le Manoir Ling combines French and Cantonese influences into a comprehensive fusion menu, accented by Shanghai’s unique Hai Pai culture. A three-story restaurant mansion splits up into The Hall, The Parlor and a stunning rooftop garden, including an interactive open-kitchen. The newly launched JW Garden, a nod to JW Marriott’s passion for nourishing mind, body and spirit, introduces an interactive dining experience in which the culinary team and guests will be able to source fresh ingredients straight from the source. The renowned Executive Lounge provides guests yet another space to unwind and serves up fresh juices for breakfast, as well as signature cocktails in the evenings.
Twelve multi-functional rooms and banquet venues offer 34,445 sq. ft. of meeting space. The Junior Marquis and Grand Marquis Ballrooms provide space for 600 and 800 guests respectively and can be divided into individual customizable spaces with separate entrances to suit a variety of events. Two meeting rooms are separated by a live culinary theater with bespoke glass walls adjustable from opaque to transparent on demand, making live cooking shows or cooking classes a unique selling point.