Hotel Pravo in Shanghai Joins Preferred Boutique

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Wednesday, 25 May 2011

The 86-suite Hotel Pravo in Shanghai, China, has joined Preferred Boutique.

The hotel is located on the fast-growing and historic North Bund, a popular destination for business and leisure travellers alike.

The hotel is the creation of Shanghai's well-known visionary Steven Wang, CEO of the hotel and the Brilliant & Consulting Group. With an Art Deco faade reminiscent of the early 20th century, the interior is a combination of artistic styles with distinctive curvatures and atmospheric lighting. The hotel also showcases two unique installation artworks by Chinese artist Xia Xiaowan Tao Hua Yuan and Gao Shan Liu Shui, both based on Chinese traditional water and mountain paintings.

Starting from a spacious 48 sqm, most suites have a separate partition between the lounge and bedroom. Rooms are equipped with complimentary wireless internet access, one-stop guest service button, and coffee machine.

The hotel offers complimentary local calls, an IT centre with Apple computers for guest use, and a gymnasium.

Four restaurants and bars include Yu Yuan Chinese Restaurant, which offers traditional Northern Chinese cuisines led by Mr. Li Xiaolin, a second-generation inheritor of the culinary traditions of the Chinese Imperial Court.

To celebrate its opening this month, the Hotel Pravo is offering a stay one night, get the second night free promotion. Rates start from CNY 2680 and include a CNY 400 food & beverage credit for every two nights. The opening promotion is valid until 31 August 2011.

"We are delighted to have the prestigious Preferred Boutique brand now in Shanghai, and Hotel Pravo is a great representation of the brand with its intimate scale and attention to personalized service," said Mark Simmons, area managing director, Asia, for Preferred Hotel Group. "The upcoming developments in the North Bund area and its proximity to the Bund itself are great selling points for the hotel."

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