Fairmont Peace Hotel
The Fairmont Peace Hotel has a long history in Shanghai, built by Sir Victor Sassoon in the late 1920s, and known as the Cathay Hotel before changing to the Peace Hotel after the Communist takeover of 1949, it was renovated and reopened by the Fairmont group in 2010. With a landmark location on the Bund, the 270 rooms and suites mix colonial grandeur and art-deco style. The hotel also has a selection of 6 restaurants and lounges, including the famous Jazz Bar, and a ninth floor terrace boasting panoramic views of the Huangpu River.
- Style: Luxury
- Location: Shanghai
- No. of Rooms: 270
- Key Features: Restaurant, Bar, Swimming Pool, Fitness Centre, Spa, Wifi
A luxurious hotel with spectacular views of the Bund.