Shanghai's Zendai Hotel Yin Joins The Leading Small Hotels of the World

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 2 December 2009

Zendai Hotel Yin, a luxury city retreat set to open in Shanghai in autumn 2010, has joined The Leading Small Hotels of the World, a marketing consortium for luxury hotels and resorts. Zendai Hotel Yin is atop the Himalayas Center which will open in Pudong in time for the Shanghai World Expo.

With 75 rooms, the Zendai is styled as an exclusive urban retreat with contemporary, Chinese-inspired design, a Traditional Chinese Medicine Wellness Center and 24-hour butler service.

Room sizes begin at a generous 60 m2 and guests can enjoy the facilities of a Club Lounge, a Library with meeting rooms and teleconferencing facilities.

Chinese art and culture is central to the design and ambience. Highlights include a Chinese Tea House and a contemporary Chinese restaurant that will serve modern, healthy cuisine created from the freshest, seasonal Chinese ingredients.

Guests will also be able to immerse themselves in a Chinese intellectual retreat, experiencing a range of traditional Chinese arts such as poetry, calligraphy, painting, folk music, tea ceremony and floral arrangement.

Zendai Hotel Yin is incorporated into the same development as Zendai Art Hotel, a luxury business hotel.

Also in the complex is Himalayas Art Museum, DaGuan Theatre with multi-functional auditorium seating 1,650 and shopping mall.

Zendai Hotel Yin is close to the citys main financial district in Pudong, adjacent to the Shanghai New International Expo Centre, and just minutes from the citys high speed Maglev for fast transfers to and from Pudong International Airport (and eventually Hongqiao International Airport).

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