At a glance
Experience the exciting culture of Shanghai's city life while staying in peaceful luxury in a resort located on the picturesque Huangpu River. Offering visitors tranquility in the vibrant city's centre, Banyan Tree Shanghai on the Bund boasts stunning views of the famous Lujiazui and plenty of stylish accommodation.
Situated in the heart of Shanghai's Hong Kou District, the resort is located near Shanghai's major transportation hubs, giving visitors the freedom to easily explore the city.
Couples on a romantic getaway will love
Enjoy a rose petal-filled bath with your loved one as you soak up the iconic views of Shanghai's skyline.
There is a wide variety of rooms for couples to choose from.
The Riverside Retreat King Rooms offer uninterrupted city views complete with luxurious interiors, a jumbo bathtub and plush king-size bed.
The Bund Retreat Rooms feature a designated work and study area, glamorous decor and, of course, a deep soaking tub where you can enjoy panoramic views of Lujiazui.
For an extra sense of luxury, the Oasis with Romantic Pool rooms are a must-see. With their own private dipping pool and incredible views, the rooms are both luxurious and comfortable.
There are also a number of Grand Suites that offer picture-perfect views, deep soaking tubs and modern interiors.
Best room for two for a romantic escape
For couples wanting the ultimate in luxury and romance, look no further than the Panorama Oasis with Romantic Pool room. A dipping pool overlooks a wall of glass, inviting you to float and enjoy views of the city and its Huangpu River. Located on the 8th to 12th floors, the 66 square metre rooms are luxuriously decorated with warm timber and bronze tones and feature plush, glamorous furnishings.
Dining & leisure
Whether you're looking for fine dining or a classy afternoon tea, Banyan Tree Shanghai on the Bund has you covered.
Offering an aromatic seasonal afternoon tea, the Bunyan Lounge invites you to indulge a little.
For an unforgettable fine dining experience, book a table at Ming Yuan and Tai Hei. The restaurant serves up delicious Cantonese meals and innovative specialties. Sample from their delectable dim sum brunch selection in one of their six private rooms or the semi-open dining room. Or if you have a sushi craving, Tai Hei, located within Ming Yuan's walls, serves fresh Japanese cuisine.
What would a resort stay be without the traditional breakfast buffet? Oceans puts on an enticing spread of local specialities and grills. Their set lunch menu selections are hard to say no to and with their gastronomic delights in the evenings it is the perfect place to enjoy a seafood platter with your loved one.
If you're looking to take some photos of Shanghai's city views and enjoy a cocktail or two, TOPS is the place to be. The rooftop terrace offers views of the Bund and Huangpu River that are second to none and with their range of cocktails and tapas you are welcome to party the night away all to the sound of their in-house DJ.
Spa & wellbeing
The Shanghai On the Bund Spa is the pinnacle of luxury and peace with its customised therapies menu, boasting over 73 traditional Chinese herbs and natural ingredients. In 2013, the spa won three prestigious awards including the AsiaSpa Awards Urban Spa of the Year, Timeout Shanghai Spa Awards for Best Spa in Shanghai and That's Shanghai - 2013 Best of Shanghai – 2013 Best of Shanghai Awards for Best Hotel Spa.
19 Gong Ping Road, Hong Kou District Shanghai 200082, People's Republic of China
Contact No.: +86 21 25091188