Marriott International opens flagship brand in Shanghai

Marriott International opened the 323-room Shanghai Marriott Hotel Pudong East under a long-term management agreement with Shanghai Hengchang Industry. The Shanghai Marriott Hotel Pudong East is Marriott's 14th hotel in China.

Located in the heart of Pudong, Shanghai Marriott Hotel Pudong East is close to two major industrial parks which are home to the China headquarters of many Fortune 500 companies, and is a five-minute drive from the Shanghai New International Expo Center, a venue of regional and domestic trade shows and exhibitions in eastern China. The hotel offers 18,352 square feet of banquet space, including a 7,050-square-foot) divisible and pillar-free grand ballroom, together with another 10 function rooms which feature natural light.

The Shanghai Marriott Hotel Pudong East offers 323 rooms and suites that feature views of park, lake or canal of the surrounding area.

The hotel has a concierge and “At Your Service” hotline, which provides guests with information and advice for exploring and discovering the city. Guests staying on the Executive Floor enjoy exclusive access to the 21st floor lounge, offering panoramic views from the floor-to-ceiling windows.

Shanghai Marriott Hotel Pudong East has four food and beverage options. Man Ho, the signature Chinese restaurant of Marriott Hotels & Resorts, features Cantonese and Shanghai cuisine. This restaurant offers several private dining rooms ideal for business meetings or intimate celebrations. Casalingo offers authentic Italian dishes, as well as a selection of Italian wine and coffee. Pudong City Bistro offers a variety of international dishes, while The Lounge is an ideal venue for informal business meetings and casual social activities.

The hotel's recreational facilities include a fully-equipped Fitness Center with a 72-foot heated indoor swimming pool. Jacuzzi, Steam and Sauna are available in both male and female lockers with four spa treatment rooms.

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