Kempinski Opens New Shanghai Hotel

German hotel chain Kempinski has opened its newest property in China, an all-suite property in the heart of Shanghai’s Jing’an District. Designed by world-renowned Hirsch Bedner and Associates, The One Executive Suites attains a unique avant-garde style with a mix of contemporary, traditional Chinese and European art deco elements that pay tribute to the storied history of the city.


Ranging between 62 and 600 square meters, the hotel’s 244 suites and private residences are amongst the largest in Shanghai. A choice of 1-, 2- or 3-bedroom accommodations are available and lavishly furnished with top-quality bedding, marble bathrooms with deep-soaking tubs and separate rainforest showers, while fully-equipped kitchenettes offer convenience. A state-of-the-art LCD television, iPod docking station, high-speed internet access and voicemail telephone provide entertainment and connectivity to guests on the road.


The One Executive Suites’ 3 distinct restaurants present an array of flavours and tastes befitting of its international stature. The lobby’s Lind Bakery showcases Kempinski’s German heritage with its delicious and nutritious breads, pastries and cakes, while local Huaiyang cuisine can be had at the Suyang Club. For Japanese fine dining, guests can head to the elegant Hashiya where fresh sashimi and expertly prepared sushi await the most discerning of palates.


Guests in search of recreation and wellness will find the Tera Wellness Club equipped with modern exercise machines, an indoor swimming pool, spa and health club. A variety of instructor-guided courses, including yoga and tai chi, are available to guests, while the staff will be able to arrange a round of golf at the golf club nearby.


Headquartered in Geneva and Munich, Kempinski today operates an international portfolio of over 62 hotels and resorts around the world. Traditionally European focused, the 115-year old company is recently looking east towards Asia, with a current presence in 15 Chinese cities, 7 Indian destinations, as well as the capitals of Indonesia, Mongolia and Thailand.


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