Jay Godfrey helps renovate URBN Shanghai

Cachet Hotel Group (CHG) announced the completion of renovations to Shanghai's eco-boutique hotel, URBN Hotel.

Under the creative direction of CHG's celebrity fashion designer, Jay Godfrey, the new interiors provide a modernist Zen experience for hotel guests. A neutral color palette was adopted throughout the hotel, which also highlights the natural beauty of the recycled and reclaimed wood materials. All the guestrooms were upgraded with new Mayair Technology air purification systems.

Re-designed guestrooms have URBN's signature Renewal Bed, made from 100 percent natural materials, including cactus fiber, seaweed and coconut fiber. The Renewal Bed has a four-layer bed system and 600-thread count Egyptian cotton sheet. Light fixtures with eco-friendly origins were adopted to provide sleek lines. Silks and velvets were also used in the hotel's draperies and upholstery.

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The property now also has a new fitness center called URBN fit.

The renovated URBN Shanghai similarly now has a Jay Godfrey designer suite. This 431-square-foot suite has black lacquer finishes throughout, modern artwork, Tom Dixon pendant lights, and a 280-square-foot terrace that overlooks the hotel's courtyard.

Other in-room amenities include: a customizable pre-programmed lighting installation, Nespresso coffee machines, smart phone docking stations, and new wall mounted 46-inch Samsung HD TV Performance Line televisions.

URBN also partnered with Art+ to display its selection of works throughout the hotel and penthouses.

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