Jing An Shangri-La Hotel, West Shanghai unveiled

Jing An Shangri-La Hotel, West Shanghai, the Shangri-La's newest flagship hotel, has been unveiled. The hotel is the third Shangri-La property in Shanghai, in addition to Pudong Shangri-La located in the city's financial center opposite the Bund, and the Kerry Hotel, Pudong, a luxury lifestyle hotel located near Century Park and the Shanghai New International Expo Centre.

The 508-room luxury Jing An Shangri-La Hotel, West Shanghai is the cornerstone of the new over four-million-square-foot Jing An Kerry Centre. Guestrooms occupy the top 29 floors of the 60-story tower, while the hotel's four bars and restaurants, offices and retail shops are located on the lower levels.

The hotel offers 48,060 square feet of function space in West Shanghai. Jing An Shangri-La’s Event Centre is housed in a five-story podium block with a direct passage to the hotel tower on the third story. Its 18,729-square-foot pillarless Jing An Grand Ballroom is the largest in West Shanghai and boasts a 32-foot-high ceiling. The ballroom is complemented by a roof garden and a 11,183-square-foot pre-function area. In addition, the Event Centre houses a 5,532-square-foot junior ballroom plus six function rooms covering 7,093 square feet of space.

The GM of Jing An Shangri-La, West Shanghai is J. Edward Brea.

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