Jin Jiang Hotel

The Jin Jiang Hotel Shanghai is one of the most prestigious hotels in the city. Since its inauguration in 1951, the hotel received more than 500 heads of state, leaders and dignitaries from over 100 countries, and witnessed many great events in modern Chinese history.A quiet oasis in the busy French Concession area, the hotel's beautiful grounds cover more than three hectares, featuring more than 16,500 square meters of beautiful landscaping. The compound comprises five structures, the historic Cathay Building, Grosvenor House, East and West wings of the Cathay Garden, Jun Ling Building and the Jin Jiang Grand Hall. Together, the hotel offers 442 beautifully appointed guest rooms, 192 offices and a number of apartments.The Shanghai Communiqué between United States of America and the People's Republic of China was signed in 1972 at the Jin Jiang Grand Hall by President Richard Nixon. Today, you can use the historic venue for conferences, banquets and other functions.


Park Hotel

Located in the heart of the city, Park Hotel is one of the China Time-honored brand hotels, which come under Jin Jiang International Holdings Co., Ltd. The hotel was built in the 1930s and invested in by our own Chinese capital. It was designed by L.E. Hudec, who was a famous Hungarian architect. The hotel was the tallest building of the Far East for three decades and remained the tallest in Shanghai for half a century. With a grand opening on Dec. 1, 1934, Park Hotel marked the new beginning of Chinese modern hospitality. It offers high-quality service and is also famous for its Beijing cuisine and popular pastries. Widely acclaimed by celebrities from both home and abroad, it is very popular for it presents distinctive characteristics of a classic restaurant.

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Pacific Hotel

Shanghai Pacific Hotel, built in the 1920s,is a popular establishment in the bustling metropolis, whose guests include streams of A-list celebrities.This magnificent building is a testimony to the economic development of Shanghai. It is located along the Nanjing Road Pedestrian Shopping Mall – known far and wide as the 'First Street of China' – and just across the road from the city's green People's Square.